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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What happens when a school gives students cameras and an invitation to tell stories of the places they feel safe at school? Join Jennelle Kresak in this appreciative inquiry into the relationship between students and the stories of place.
In this multimedia narrative about the impacts of bringing staff and students to a community breakfast, Naryn Searcy provokes reflection into the tension between rigidity and relationship.
Principal David Coats positions himself as a learner as he shares small changes his school is making to centre Indigenous knowledge systems. This piece will cause you to wonder what small steps you might take on this important journey.
In a unique approach to inquiry, Kerri Steel offers a way of thinking about the work of transforming schools from places of learning to learning environments where students and families thrive.
In this poetic and candid exploration of Truth and Reconciliation, Lori Burger offers a model for truth and reconciliation that invites both an inward and an outward journey.