A thinker, do-er and passionate educator, Sue’s classroom practice reflects a new priority for education: teaching students how to happily and effectively apply themselves in ALL learning contexts. Sue Bannister holds an MA in Elementary Language Arts and Student Assessment. She is increasingly in demand for her presentations on: Successful Learner Traits-Competencies in the Classroom; A New Priority for Education: and Rethinking Reporting/Communicating Student Learning. By using Adaptive Schools strategies, Sue inspires participants to re-visualize and prioritize their practice to align with competency based education in ways that are dynamic and practical.
Sue has taught Internationally and seven different jurisdictions within British Columbia as well being seconded to the British Columbia Ministry of Education working in Assessment and Curriculum Branch.
When she is not teaching or presenting, she is usually out connecting with nature either in the mountains or on her sailboat.