Call For Sharing Circle Presenters

Are you First Nation, Inuit or Metis? Do you have accomplishments to be proud of? Have you overcome obstacles in your life? Would you like to share how you overcame them? Good Learning Anywhere is looking for guest speakers for our monthly Sharing Circles.  Previous guests have included: Artists Elders Educators Writers Dancers Each of us…

December Sharing Circle

Join us Monday December 15th, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. EST to meet and chat with our guest speaker Theresa Ducharme. Theresa Ducharme is the CEO/Founder of Lemon Cree Fitness and Wellness programs. Lemon Cree specializes in a variety of fun group fitness classes using the stability ball, resistance bands and weights. Theresa talks a lot…

October Sharing Circle with Ryan McMahon

Join us Monday October 20th, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. EST to meet and chat with our guest speaker Ryan McMahon. Ryan McMahon is an Anishinaabe/Metis comedian, writer & actor based out of Treaty #1 territory (Winnipeg, MB). Armed with a degree in Theatre & as a graduate of the prestigious Second City Conservatory (Toronto), Ryan’s storytelling…

Sharing Circles – Summer 2013

Please note that there will be no Sharing Circles in July and August.  Sharing Circles will resume in September 2013. At this time, we would like to thank all of our guest speakers who have volunteered their time to meet our learners and offer their support and inspiring stories. We feel fortunate that we can…

Sharing Circle: OALCF Tasks

On Monday October 15th at 10:30 am EST, Good Learning Anywhere (GLA) will be hosting a Sharing Circle with guest speaker: Adrian Nadjiwon.  Learners and practitioners across Ontario will be motivated and inspired by Adrian.  The Sharing Circle is a great opportunity for any adult learner to experience online learning. GLA has developed a list…

Review: September Sharing Circle

Well Monday, September 17th has come and gone!! The start of our Fall Session took off with a BANG with the successful completion of our Good Learning Anywhere SHARING CIRCLE! Our first circle of the fall term began with a retelling of a popular traditional oral story.  The difference this time was the fact that the…