This session will examine how you can support your child’s learning and development without turning your dining room into a classroom.
What matters most when it comes to learning
Capitalizing on curiosity
Dealing with opposition
Dr. David Tranter
Professor, Faculty of Social Work – Lakehead University
Dr. David Tranter has been teaching and working in mental health, well-being, and education for over 30 years. As a researcher, professor and the Scientific Director for the Centre for Relationship-Based Education, Dr. Tranter works widely with parents, mental health professionals, and educators across Canada and beyond to support students at all grade levels to reach their highest potential. He is a dynamic, thought-provoking, and entertaining speaker, who has challenged educators across the country to think differently about their role, and to understand the needs of students on a deeper level. He is the co-creator of The Third Path: a relationship-based pedagogical framework that promotes both student well-being and academic achievement. His book, “The Third Path”, published by Nelson is now available. More information about his work can be found at thirdpath.ca and relationshipbasedschools.com.