Leyton Schnellert is a community-based researcher who leads collaborative inquiry teams throughout British Columbia and the Northwest Territories. Dr Schnellert’sscholarship attends to how teachers and teaching and learners and learning can embrace student diversity, multiple literacies and pedagogical practices that draw from students’ funds of knowledge to build participatory, collaborative, and culturally responsive learning communities. Leyton has presented and published his research in local, provincial, national and international forums and co-authored 6 books for educators including Developing Self-Regulating Learners, Student Diversity, It’s All About Thinking and Pulling Together.
I am always excited to come to this conference with my colleagues and learn a few new things about professional learning. This is also a place to meet enthusiastic educators who are dedicated to elevating their profession and work hard every day to improve lives of their students.— Alica Unruh
Presenters are familiar with adult learning strategies. Attendees are passionate educators who want to improve education for all. Great opportunities to interact with educators from all over the country.
— 2018 Attendee