The EBP Practice Team currently consists of three core members who collaborate with a wealth of contributors in order to best serve the Quebec Anglophone education community.
Geneviève Légaré has a doctorate in Educational Technology and is the initiator and project leader of the Evidence-Based Practice Project. Having worked in industry, and both the public and private sectors of education, teaching in adult education and at universities, she has gained considerable experience in strategic planning and organizational learning, instructional design, formative evaluation, and the use of technology to support learning. Geneviève’s goal for the EBP Project is to offer professional development that engages people, individuals or teams, in reflective practice through accompaniment and coaching, problem- and experiential-based approaches as they move through the change process.
Roseann joined the Evidence-Based practice project as a consultant in 2017. She has spent the past 14 years working in Scotland as an educational and a research psychologist.
Her previous roles have given her a sound knowledge in theories of learning and behaviour to be able to support schools, families and other professionals to help children thrive academically, socially and emotionally. Her research experience includes supporting in collaborative teams to evidence the effectiveness of the practices in order to improve outcomes for students.
Roseann is involved in the creation of content for the EBP Project's website, organising the team seminars, and assisting the Lead Data team design their action research projects through the development of templates to support the implementation of real world practical research.