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Professor of the 21st Century Framework

Readers are likely familiar with the term "life-long learner," but what about the people teaching those learners? Educators are life-long learners, too, and perfecting teaching skills is an equally endless process. Algonquin College's Professor of the 21st Century hub serves as a resource to educators, providing tools to expand seven key competency areas. These competency areas engulf topics such...

https://www.algonquincollege.com/profres/
InterEngineering

InterEngineering aims to increase inclusivity in the STEM field for members of the LGBT+ community and collaborates with many organizations to achieve this goal. The group's work takes many forms, and readers can learn more about past and future events they have organized under the Blog and Events tabs. On the Publications and Resources page, readers will find valuable reports including "Powering...

https://interengineeringlgbt.com
It Was Said Podcast

Speeches can motivate, mourn, and mobilize; after all, "words move humankind for good and for ill." It Was Said, a podcast produced by C13Originals and HISTORY, spotlights famous American speeches that "have been both mirrors and makers of the nation's manners and morals at key moments in our common life." The show is described as a "documentary podcast," as it provides context for "crucial...

https://www.history.com/it-was-said-podcast
Maori Music with James Holt: Part Tahi

The History of Aotearoa New Zealand Podcast shares stories of the islands, with a focus on "pre-European Tangata Whenua, the people of the land, also known as Maori." Episodes cover a range of topics, from horticulture to linguistics, and at the link above readers will find an episode on Maori music. This installment is part one of two with guest James Holt, a Maori music expert who wrote his...

https://historyaotearoa.com/2020/07/25/43-maori-music-with-j...
RECLAIMED

Bringing listeners a "one hour soundtrack to the Indigenous Next Wave: a new generation of Indigenous artists reclaiming their culture through music and song," RECLAIMED is well worth the listen. The weekly program is available on CBC Music, and Canandian readers can tune in live via CBC On Demand. Readers outside of Canada should click the "Listen online" link for a select collection of episodes...

https://www.cbc.ca/mediacentre/program/reclaimed