How can we assess student progress in a meaningful manner, especially when students are in such different places and have varying needs? This session will help you set well-being and academic goals for the year, create effective strategies, and track student progress.
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 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”, is now available. More information about his work can be found at thirdpath.ca and relationshipbasedschools.com.