David Tranter, Lori Carson & Tom Boland
The Third Path: A Relationship-Based Approach to Student Well-Being and Achievement
A new path to successfully bridge the gap between student achievement and well-being! The Third Path was developed in response to issues being faced by today's Canadian educators related to addressing mental and emotional health, cultural and gender identity, racism and violence prevention, as well as other areas of diversity, equity and well-being. The Third Path proposes a new way for teachers to approach their relationships with students that doesn't assume they are trained social workers, that doesn't require all fellow educators to support the same approach, and provides them with practical strategies to actively change their practice.