Ian Landy came highly recommended by our members, and is known for facilitating inclusion using tech as well as his knowledge and experience around mental health. We’re excited to have him, and we hope you will be able to make it to see him speak at Advocacy: Equitable Access to Education, our 4th annual conference held March 29th and 30th at the Civic Hotel in Surrey, BC.

Tickets available here:

Equitable Access to Education Conference

Ian is Principal at Edgehill Elementary in the Powell River school district and has been supported by his wife and three children as he explores education topics around technology, mental wellness and personalized learning. Ian has been fortunate enough to spend time teaching in classrooms from K-12 and has loved his time as a teacher-librarian! Always encouraging the blending of technology and curriculum as a key method of differentiation, Ian has been a strong advocate for project based learning via #geniushour and Self Organized Learning Environments. His school is currently piloting eportfolios to communicate student learning journeys instead of traditional report cards. Ian has also worked with a number of anxious learners (including his son) and encouraging schools that work with those students who struggle with Generalized Anxiety.

Workshop: Mental Wellness In Schools

You will learn:

-scaffolded steps to have students connect with school

-visuals for empathy for how students “feel”

-self regulation strategies for all

An overview of mental wellness in schools “then and now”. Some interactive practices of self regulation ideas and tools that work. Landy’s “rules” for connecting students with schools. An ongoing Q&A style to (hopefully) engage all members of the audience. Some strategies and rules that you may not like or want to hear…

Ian blogs reflections each “day of learning” here:


Ian is on Twitter @technolandy

Read all the details about our conference here:

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