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  • Part 2 of a two-part feature on voice now available in Teacher magazine

    Wade's second article, "Maintain your voice", now available in the Teacher magazine's March 2019 issue, builds on those ideas by introducing a number of different ways teachers can protect their voice.
  • The Well Teacher featured in Lynn Valley Life

    A health-focused Lynn Valley couple has written the book on keeping teachers healthy. With more than 20 years practicing occupational therapy focusing on the education sector Wade Repta put much of his expertise down on paper in The Well Teacher with the help of his wife Andrée.
  • Wade Repta pens a two-part feature on voice for Teacher magazine

    The first or a two-part feature on voice and teaching, written by The Well Teacher author Wade Repta, can now be found in the Jan/Feb 2019 issue of the BCTF's Teacher magazine.
  • The Well Teacher featured on CBC's Radio West with Sarah Penton

    On January 15, 2019, author Wade Repta spoke with Sarah Penton from CBC's Radio West about The Well Teacher; exploring topics such as how teaching has changed in the past 20 years and what are some of the most common wellness challenges teachers experience today.
  • The Well Teacher featured on CBC's On the Coast with Gloria Macarenko

    On January 15, 2019, author Wade Repta was interviewed about The Well Teacher by CBC's Gloria Macarenko during her show, On the Coast. Together, they explored a number of the book's topics, including the stressors of teaching, teacher resilience, and a few of the ways to enhance teacher wellness.
  • Press Release: The Well Teacher Book Launch

    Between 4 p.m and 8 p.m, on Tuesday, January 15, 2019, humanworks press invites members of the education community and media to join us at our office to celebrate the launch of The Well Teacher, a new resource that was created specifically to respond to the unique set of wellness challenges teachers experience in the profession. Refreshments and light snacks will be served throughout the evening. At 6 p.m., author, Wade Repta, BHSc., OT, will deliver a brief introduction to the book as well as a hold a short Q&A session, where he looks forward to engaging in dialogue on topics ranging from how teachers can enhance their own individual wellness to the idea that well teachers = well classrooms.