InnovatED seeks to further the conversation around the future of education and works to reimage education to better prepare students for a rapidly changing world.
Launched by vice principal duo Carli Parsons and Sandy Millar InnovatED provides podcasts, consulting & more to support innovative learning. Discover more high-impact education strategies at their website .
Learn more about the InnovatED Co-Founders:
Carli Parsons @MsCarliParsons
Carli Parsons is a Vice Principal with the Waterloo Region District School board and has dedicated her career to motivating those around her to invest in the achievement and well-being of all students. Carli began her career teaching English and History and is a trained International Baccalaureate teacher. She has worked as a Student Success Teacher, Blended Learning Consultant and an E-Learning Teacher over her 14 years in education.
Working collaboratively with all stakeholders and leading from the middle to support a shared pedagogical vision is of the utmost importance to Carli. She understands that helping educators build their capacity to achieve their vision is the way to create and sustain a thriving school community.
Sandy Millar @Millar_Sandy
Sandy Millar is a Vice Principal with the Waterloo Region District School Board who is passionate about re-imagining and redesigning classrooms and schools to best prepare students for a rapidly changing world.
Sandy looks to foster innovation in education with the use of technology, community partnerships, and developing global competencies in staff and students. He is the creator and director of the Highlander Innovation Lab, a new and innovative start-up incubator program designed specifically for high school students .
Sandy is focused on creating high impact learning organizations that encourage educators to experiment and grow their practice. He has led full staff design thinking challenges and developed comprehensive school wide professional development strategies that encourage teachers to be the co-designers and aligns with your school improvement plans.