Great Ideas from Canadian Leaders – Innovation
Canada’s public school system needs to produce students who can be innovative, productive, and competitive so Canada can prosper in the global economy.
In this first of a continuing series of conversations between The Learning Partnership’s Past President and CEO Veronica Lacey and Canadian leaders, you’ll hear the perspectives of Professor Roger Martin, Dean, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, Professor Michael Fullan, OISE/University of Toronto, Anne Sado, President, George Brown College, The Honourable Kevin Lynch, Vice Chair, BMO Financial Group and Don Tapscott, President and CEO, The Tapscott Group.
As you view these videos, we invite you to consider the following questions and share your ideas:
- How are we fostering a culture of innovation in teaching and learning?
- What else can we do in our schools and post-secondary institutions to support our students to be innovative?
Professor Michael Fullan
OISE/University of Toronto
The Honourable Kevin Lynch
Vice Chair, BMO Financial Group
Professor Roger L. Martin
Dean, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
President, George Brown College
President and CEO, The Tapscott Group
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