TEL Journal

Twice a year the Transformative Educational Leadership (TEL) Journal publishes articles by TELP graduates that share stories of transformative educational practices, positively influence discourse among practitioners and scholars, and support educational transformation in the service of every student in BC and the Yukon.

Fall 2023 Issue

Read here the latest articles written by our TELP graduates.


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How might district-level departments organize themselves to work together in order to better serve schools as they strive towards equity? Brooke Moore’s organizational improvement plan explores how relational coordination can offer an anti-colonial and collaborative model forward.
In her organizational improvement plan, Lynne shows how meso-level leaders committed to establishing equity and inclusion in the K-12 school system can create systemic change.
With her thinking and her heart rooted in social justice and the recognition of the responsibility placed on educators from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Birgitte Biorn maps a route towards transformative shifts in teaching practice to place Indigenous perspectives and pedagogy at the forefront.
With her eye and heart toward equity for all students, Terry Taylor uses her organizational improvement plan to address the need to transform the educational system with decolonizing leadership and praxes.
Nicole Davey shows how Indigenous ways of knowing and being create and amplify powerful leadership models to enable deep and meaningful change in education. This plan is meant to guide transformative change in the K–12 education system, and, fittingly, it begins with the critical examination of self.