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Back To Schedule
Thursday, February 24 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
Data Driven Wellness: Examining Teacher Practice and Student Wellbeing

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This session examines the impact of teacher's role on student wellbeing within the classroom. The identified roles that most significantly impact student wellbeing include fostering relationships, academic mentorship and creating positive learning environments. However, student voice is essential in identifying the positive or negative impact the implementation of these roles have on student wellbeing.  We will examine the impact student voice has on these identified roles utilizing a data-driven approach and will share tools and strategies that educators can access to positively impact student well-being in their classroom every day.

Speakers
avatar for Megan McElhinney

Megan McElhinney

Having A Positive Impact: Examining Teacher Roles in Student Well Being
Megan McElhinney is currently an elementary teacher and Learning Leader with the Calgary Board of Education. With a background in general elementary, with a specific focus on literacy and Indigenous Education, Megan recently completed her Master's of Education examining student wellbeing... Read More →
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Bryan Allen

Data driven literacy instruction
Bryan Allen is currently a Learning Leader and instructional coach in Calgary, Alberta. During his 12 years as an educator, he has developed a diverse skillset thanks to teaching in a variety of educational settings. Bryan’s portfolio includes teaching and leading in a science-based... Read More →

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Thursday February 24, 2022 2:15pm - 3:15pm MST
Zoom Recording