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It’s a Wrap! Celebration Show!

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What’s FUN?!

On Monday May 30th , Lunchable Learning hosts Leva Lee and Helena Prins will continue celebrating teaching and learning in our B.C. post-secondary sector. This will be our last show of the season and a special 60-minute program is in place to help celebrate!

The spotlight interviews will be on one final student and learning leader on what they experienced and learned during the pandemic and their hopes for the future of teaching and learning.  There will also be another special segment featuring the one and only Tracy Roberts, BCcampus on “What’s FUN?!”

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Music

Permission to Dance – BTS

Shooting Stars – Bag Raiders

You Shook Me All Night Long – Judith Hill

Impossible is Possible – Black Violin

 

BCcampus Resources

The Gift We Give One Another: A Collection of Anti-Racism and Anti-Hate Resources

May is Teaching and Learning month! Learning through a pandemic: students and leaders reflect

For the month of May,  Lunchable Learning hosts Leva Lee and Helena Prins will continue to celebrate teaching and learning in our B.C. post-secondary sector. On May9th, 16th, and 30th, they will spotlight students and learning leaders on what they experienced and learned during the pandemic and hear some of their hopes for the future of teaching and learning.  As well, the show will include tools and tips for listeners and will be launching a special segment featuring the one and only Tracy Roberts, BCcampus on “What’s FUN?!”

  #LunchableLearning #ds106radio

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Music

Break My Stride – Matthew Wilder

Lady (You bring me up) – The Commodores

May is Teaching and Learning month! Learning through a pandemic: students and leaders reflect

For the month of May,  Lunchable Learning hosts Leva Lee and Helena Prins will continue to celebrate teaching and learning in our B.C. post-secondary sector. On May 9th, 16th, and 30th, they will spotlight students and learning leaders on what they experienced and learned during the pandemic and hear some of their hopes for the future of teaching and learning.  As well, the show will include tools and tips for listeners and will be launching a special segment featuring the one and only Tracy Roberts, BCcampus on “What’s FUN?!”#LunchableLearning #ds106radio

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Music

Man’s World – MARINA

Can’t Hurry Love – The Supremes

Guests: Steven Bishop and Shannon Cox

Monday May 2nd Lunchable Learning hosts Leva Lee and Helena Prins are back together for a special extended 60 minute program!  Tune-in at noon as they welcome guests Steven Bishop and Shannon Cox from Douglas College to kick-off the conference “Better Together: Partners in Learning”.  

“Better Together” is a college-wide themed week of learning, collaborating, and sharing. It’s a first for Douglas College and expresses the desire to rekindle a sense of community and common mission after two years of physical distance and isolation. 

Programming includes keynote speakers, interactive workshops, panel sessions, radio shows and more. While the conference is an offering  for Douglas College faculty, staff and administrators, the themes discussed will certainly be of  interest to everyone in the post-secondary sector and a few select sessions are open for those who wished to register, based on availability.   See the conference program here: https://facilitatingfacultyonline.opened.ca/2022/03/25/better-together-partners-in-learning/

Learn how the “Better Together” conference came to be, how it is a result of  a huge collaborative effort between many groups and what organizers’ hopes and highlights will be for the week. Tune-in  as we celebrate with song the affirmation that we are all indeed “Better Together”.   #LunchableLearning #ds106radio  Continue reading

Guest: Rajiv Jhangiani

April 25th is Micro-credential Monday on #LunchableLearning with Helena Prins and Ross McKerlich. Tune in at noon as they discuss Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s policy on micro-credentials, a first of its kind in BC, with special guest, Dr. Rajiv Jhangiani.

 

Rajiv Jhangiani

Dr. Rajiv Jhangiani is the Associate Vice President, Teaching and Learning at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. The architect of Canada’s first zero textbook cost degree programs, Rajiv’s scholarship focuses on open educational practices, student-centered pedagogies, and ethical approaches to educational technology. A recipient of the Award for Excellence in Open Education from BCcampus and the Emerging Leader Award from Open Education Global, Rajiv has served as an Ambassador for the Global Advocacy of Open Educational Resources with the International Council for Open and Distance Education and in 2018 was invited to speak at the United Nations about how open education supports the sustainable development goals.  Continue reading

Guest: Kim Baird

Join us on Monday April 11th at noon with Helena Prins and guest co-host  Valerie Cross, BCampus Collaborative Projects and Indigenous Engagement, as they welcome Kim Baird to Lunchable Learning.  They will discuss Kim Baird’s journey in post-secondary education, her role as Chancellor of KPU, and reconciliation in academia.

Biography 

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Kim Baird

Kim Baird is an accomplished leader advising Indigenous communities, governments, businesses and other organizations on Indigenous matters. She is the Chancellor for Kwantlen Polytechnic University and is the owner of Kim Baird Strategic Consulting. Her continued goal is to improve the quality of life for Indigenous people through her services in relation to First Nation policy, governance, and economic development; as well as First Nation consultation, communication, and engagement issues. Kim also helps with reconciliation planning for companies and organizations. Kim is recognized for her communication, negotiation, and facilitation skills, and has extensive public speaking experience. She is on several boards including Recipes Unlimited, Canada Infrastructure Bank, Vancouver Board of Trade, and Canada Public Policy Forum. Kim is a member of both the Order of British Columbia and the Order of Canada and holds an Institute of Corporate Director’s designation.

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Guest: Kenthen Thomas

On April 4th at noon, join Helena Prins and guest co-host Gabrielle Lamontagne, BCcampus Indigenous Engagment and special guest, Kenthen Thomas as they explore the power of stories and art in education.

Kenthen Thomas Biography

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Kenthen Thomas

A Roots and Blues Festival veteran, Kenthen Thomas’ past performances have also included stints with Secwepemc Native Theatre, Dreamweaver Theatre (Simon Fraser University), Senclip Native Theatre, Caravan Farm Theatre and Shuswap Theatre. He also appeared in voice on the CBC’s legends series that appeared nationwide in 2006. He now teaches full time with SD 73, as an Aboriginal Resource Teacher.

Kenthen has been involved with the Salmon Arm roots and blues, (2007, 2013, 2014, 1015), doing both storytelling and the Secwepemc Grand Opening for the entire festival. He co-wrote, co-directed and starred in a play for Shuswap Theatre called “Legends” (2012), which had a 22 show run through the summer, and he has been consistently travelling around teaching and telling stories all across BC. He has helped with the Aboriginal celebration and Canada Day festivities in Salmon Arm. Schools in the lower mainland and in the interior.

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Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the B.C. Open Textbook Collection: Researchers and Innovators – the next 10 years

The first week of March is celebrated as Open Education week and this month is also a key milestone for BCcampus in celebrating the 10th anniversary of the B.C. Open Textbook Collection.  

On Monday, March 28 at noon PT join Leva Lee and her guest co-host and colleague Tim Carson on Lunchable Learning. This will be the fourth and concluding episode in the story of the B.C. Open Textbook project. You  can listen to part 1, part 2 and part 3 provided in the show notes of earlier posts. 

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Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the B.C. Open Textbook Collection: Collaborators, Advocates and Activists

The first week of March is celebrated as Open Education week and this month is also a key milestone for BCcampus in celebrating the 10th anniversary of the B.C. Open Textbook Collection.  

On Monday, March 21 at noon PT join Leva Lee and her guest co-host and colleague Clint Lalonde on Lunchable Learning. They will continue the story about the Open Textbook project through conversations with some of the collaborators, advocates and activists of the project and what was becoming an exciting and growing movement in  post-secondary education.  This is part 3 of a 4 part series. Check out part 1 and part 2

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Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the B.C. Open Textbook Collection: Adopters, Builders, and Creators

The first week of March is celebrated as Open Education week and this month is also a key milestone for BCcampus in celebrating the 10th anniversary of the B.C. Open Textbook Collection.  

On Monday, March 14 at noon PT join Leva Lee and her guest co-host and colleague Tim Carson on Lunchable Learning. They will continue the story started in  our March 7th episode with Clint Lalonde which explored the roots of the Open Textbook project and feature conversations with some of the adoptors, builders and creators of the B.C. Open Textbook Collection. This is part 2 of a 4 part series.  

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