Open Space Technology in the Adult Ed Classroom

For the past five weeks, I've been teaching Anti-Discriminatory Education to a group of 31 teacher candidates at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. The class is fast-paced, meeting twelve times, and twice a week, and for these candidates falls in the middle of their two-year program. 

One of my intentions with this course, was to place responsibility and power over their own learning and education journey into the hands of the candidates, partially to model what this could look like in their own teaching, but in an effort to keep each of them as engaged as possible.

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