Sharing Stories that Inspire

An introduction to Heartspeak

Mission

Heartspeak’s mission is to share real-life stories as a vehicle to mobilize the goals of Achieving Excellence: well-being, equity, student achievement and public confidence.

Heartspeak Workshops, Screenings, Discussion

Heartspeak offers professional learning sessions for all staff (academic and business) by sharing real-life stories on issues through documentaries and video production.

These presentations also include facilitated whole and small-group discussions/reflection and next steps.

Heartspeak deals with stories that reflect the intersectionality of the range of social identities which include, for example: ability, race, culture (includes First Nation, Métis and Inuit), gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status.

What topics do the stories cover?

Heartspeak shares real-life stories on current issues such as

Indigenous/Aboriginal Issues/Reconciliation

  1. Ability/Disability

  2. Bullying/Abuse/Violence

  3. Gender and Sexual Identify (LGBTQ)

  4. Mental Health

  5. Poverty/Homelessness

  6. Racism/Privilege

Lessons from the Heart: What I’ve learned along the way is part of a series of multimedia resources from Heartspeak

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Mission

Heartspeak provides a vehicle to mobilize the goals of achieving excellence for Ontario education which include leadership for all, professionalism, well-being, equity, student achievement, and public confidence. This is accomplished by sharing stories (resources include videos/documentaries and workshops) that inspire educators and staff to co-create caring and safe school communities.

Seminars/Workshops

Heartspeak provides professional learning, training and resources for educators and business staff to support student achievement and well-being.

Presentations incorporate Heartspeak stories/documentaries, small-group discussion/reflection.

Learning Outcomes

  1. increased professional capital of educators and staff

  2. enhanced growth mindset to support student achievement and well-being

  3. strengthened leadership for learning to support student achievement and well-being

Heartspeak deals with stories that reflect the intersectionality of the range of social identities which include, for example: ability, race, culture (includes First Nation, Métis and Inuit), gender identity/gender expression, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status.

Lessons from the Heart: What I’ve learned along the way is part of a series of multimedia resources, dealing with current issues such as
  1. Ability/Disability

  2. Aboriginal Issues/Reconciliation

  3. Bullying/Abuse/Violence

  4. Gender and Sexual Identify

  5. Mental Health

  6. Poverty/Homelessness

  7. Racism/Privilege

Share your story. Learn more.
Receive free access to the latest Heartspeak developments by subscribing to our newsletter.

Contact info@heartspeak.ca
for workshops and video resources.