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Nadine Bartlett


Associate Professor


Dr. Nadine Bartlett is as assistant professor with 22 years of experience in the public school system as a classroom teacher, resource teacher and student-services administrator. Her career as an educator has included teaching in urban, rural and northern Indigenous communities. Her research focuses on inclusive, person-centered and strength-based models of support for marginalized children, youth and families.


Bartlett, Nadine Alice, and Taylor Floyd Ellis. 2021. “Physical Restraint, Seclusion, and Time-Out Rooms in Canadian Schools: Analysis of a Policy Patchwork.” Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, no. 195: 31–48.,

Bartlett, Nadine Alice, and Trevi B. Freeze. 2021. “Canadian Wraparound: Measuring Implementation Fidelity for Youth in Care.” Intersectionalities: A Global Journal of Social Work Analysis, Research, Polity, and Practice 8 (1): 44–68.,

Lutfiyya, Zana Marie, and Nadine Bartlett. 2020. “Inclusive Societies.” In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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