Fostering Intentional Spaces of Belonging in our Schools and Workplaces

Belonging, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI)
Thursday, February 4, 2021
10:30 AM

EDI + Belonging Task Force

Event Overview

"Belonging is a manifestation of deep connection." (Biss, 2019).

What are the barriers in our schools that impact belonging? How do we ensure our school’s culture and climate is one where our students feel a genuine sense of belonging? What are those inclusionary practices that can ensure we create that culture and climate of belonging within our schools?

In this workshop, we will examine these questions and provide additional tools to create a deeper sense of inclusion and belonging in our schools so that our students, staff, and colleagues can truly see themselves reflected in how we offer education and schooling.

More Information

About Dr. Andrew B. Campbell


Dr. Andrew B. Campbell (DR. ABC) is a graduate of the University of Toronto, with a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership, Policy, and Diversity. He is presently a Faculty member in the Master of Teaching (MT) Program at the University of Toronto and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Queens University (online). He is an Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT) and has been an educator for over 25 years in Jamaica, The Bahamas, and Canada. He has authored two books: "Teachable Moments with DR. ABC: A Spoonful for the Journey (2015)" and "The Invisible Student in the Jamaican Classroom (2018)." His research and teaching focus on issues of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Racism/Anti-Black Racism, Educational Leadership, Black LGBTQ+ Issues, and Teacher Performance Evaluation. He has presented at numerous peer-reviewed academic conferences and has delivered many presentations as a motivational speaker, keynote, and workshop facilitator. He loves people, food, fashion, and travelling.

Social Media


LinkedIn: Andrew B. Campbell Ph.D.

Facebook: @TeachableMomentswithDR.ABC

Twitter: @DRABC14

Instagram: @teachablemomentswithdrabc





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