• NadineBartlettEdited
  • Assistant Professor

    Educational Administration, Foundations & Psychology (EAF&P)

    (204) 474-9446
    260 Education Building


2016 – PhD, University of Manitoba
2005 – MEd, University of Manitoba
1999 – PBDE, University of Manitoba
1996 – BA, University of Manitoba
1994 – BEd, University of Manitoba


Nadine Bartlett B.A., B.Ed., P.B.D.E., M.Ed., Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Administration, Foundations and Psychology in the area of Inclusive Education at the University of Manitoba. Nadine has 22 years of experience in the public school system as a classroom teacher, resource teacher, and student services administrator for a school district. Her career as an educator has included teaching in urban, rural, and Northern Indigenous communities in Canada. 
Nadine’s research focuses on structural equity, inclusive education, special education, and the social construction of disAbility. This includes exploring how children and youth with complex social-emotional and behavioural needs and their caregivers experience everyday life, and the social policies and practices that promote and hinder integrated, multidisciplinary care. 

Areas of Specialization

  • Emotional and behavioural needs of children and youth
  • Person-centered and strength-based planning
  • Inclusive Education

Research Interests

  • The Wraparound Approach
  • Community Schools
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration