Laurie Faith

Laurie Faith

PhD student in ADHD/Literacy

Laurie Faith is a PhD student in the ADHD/Literacy at the University of Toronto. She has 17 years of teaching experience in both special education and regular classrooms. In schools, Laurie has led initiatives in design thinking, reading remediation, film-making, problem solving, resilience, and special education. She continues to work in classrooms every day in her capacity as a mentor to preservice teachers, as a researcher, and as an in-service trainer.

Presently, Laurie’s energy is focused on building, testing, and sharing EF-based teaching, assessment, and feedback strategies. She is a regular presenter, workshop facilitator, and trainer for public and private schools and other educational organizations.

Executive skills based feedback and assessment

Skills 4

This workshop aims to equip educators with an entirely new “way of being” with students that has no cost, no special materials, and can be adapted to any learning task. It aims to intensify immediate in-situ gains to classroom climate, teacher-student rapport, student self-efficacy, and academic success. Participants will leave this presentation transformed – fully […]