Deborah Wellman: Instructor

Deborah Wellman, graduated from the Faculty of Education at the University of Manitoba with 3 university degrees (B.Ed, Educational Psychology, Educational Administration). She has qualifications as a special education resource teacher, administrator and WEVAS trainer.

Deborah is an educator with over 30 years experience serving students and adult learning in numerous communities and educational situations. She currently works as a Resource Special Education Teacher and is an instructor at the University of Winnipeg (PACE). In her role as resource teacher, she is responsible for facilitating and coordinating student specific plans, collaborating and planning for numerous educational assistants, and managing special projects. She has designed and implemented numerous courses and workshops for PACE for over 25 years. Deborah has been a guest speaker at SAGE and at conferences throughout North America. Her published work, interest and areas of expertise include topics no leadership through literacy, and learning and transforming school culture. She has a comprehensive understanding of educational leadership as it relates to the role of Educational Assistants, in curriculum and community. Deborah is passionate about supporting the learning of students of all ages and walks of life.

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