Dr. Nadine Bartlett


Assistant Professor
Educational Administration, Foundations & Psychology (EAF&P)

(204) 474-9446
260 Education Building


Dr. Nadine Bartlett joined the Department of Educational Administration, Foundations and Psychology in the Faculty of Education as assistant professor in July 2017. She is an alumna of the University of Manitoba 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. Prior to her appointment at the University of Manitoba, Bartlett was the vice-president of the Student Services Administrators Association of Manitoba. Her research focuses on inclusive, person-centered and strength-based models of support for marginalized children, youth and families. During her doctoral program she was the lead author of an interdepartmental government protocol entitled, Wraparound Protocol for Children and Youth with Severe to Profound Emotional and Behavioural Disorders, published by Healthy Child Manitoba. Bartlett’s doctoral research explored the extent to which designated community schools in the Province of Manitoba could support the implementation of the Wraparound Protocol and it was funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada through the Manitoba Research Alliance grant: Partnering for Change – Community-based solutions for Aboriginal and inner-city poverty.

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

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