Dr. Andrew B. Campbell (Dr. ABC) is a graduate of the University of Toronto, with a PhD. in Educational Leadership, Policy, and Diversity. He is presently a Faculty member in the Master of Teaching (MT) Program at the University of Toronto and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Queens University (online). He is an Ontario Certified Teacher (OCT) and has been an educator for over 25 years in Jamaica, The Bahamas and Canada.

 He has authored two books, “Teachable Moments with DR.ABC: A Spoonful for the Journey, in 2015” and “The Invisible Student in the Jamaican Classroom in 2018.His research and scholarship focus on issues of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Cultural Competency, Education Leadership, 2SLGBTQ+ issues, and Teacher Performance Evaluation. Dr. Campbell continues to present at various peer-reviewed academic conferences across North America and the Caribbean.

He is a workshop facilitator, a motivational speaker and has delivered several Keynotes. Dr. Campbell appreciates fashion, enjoys travelling and meeting new people, and equally finds pleasure in bringing his community together to share a good meal.

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Show Highlights

  • Simple spaces of belonging in schools
  • Where the magic happens in teaching and learning
  • Wooden ramps and murals have no place in schools
  • Lesson that create intruders and not students
  • Drop the mic moments aren’t as powerful as this next move 
  • The art of storytelling as a pedagogy
  • Know your power on your journey with including equity, diversity, and inclusion 
  • Your every day, 365 days a year speaker
              Dr. ABC: Creating belonging and championing equity in school

              “Educational leaders have the moral courage to create belonging in our schools and I think that is lacking in a lot of our schools. We don’t have leaders who have the moral courage, because guess what, if you’re going to create something different, create belonging for people who the system is not created for. You’re going to have pushback. A lot of educational leaders need to understand that when they get pushed back you are creating space for people who the institution did not create space for.”

              Dr ABC

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