Provincial Curriculum Development Engagement Session - An Opportunity for Collaborative Conversations

Alberta Education is conducting an analysis of strength and gaps within current curriculum in order to help inform the development of future curriculum in the following subjects:

  • Arts Education;      
  • Language Arts (English, Français, French Language Arts);
  • Mathematics;
  • Science;
  • Social Studies; and
  • Wellness Education (Career and Life Management, Health and Life Skills, Physical Education).

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Video

This resource provides an explanation of FASD, its impact on the brain as well as explores behavioural patterns in students with FASD.

Social Studies Newsletters were developed to support adult learning about specific focus areas of the new program of studies and begin with a guiding question.

Webinar

This webinar provides a broad understanding of the CTS program and specific recommendations to implementing the Health, Recreation and Human Services cluster; information on the administrator's guide that was developed to support...

External Resource

This collection of resources and activities celebrating the history and culture of FNMI people includes alignment to curricular outcomes, class activities, interactive tools, links to online resources and annotated copyright...

Webinar

This webinar explores what differentiated instruction can look like in social studies classrooms and how to implement strategies that differentiate learning and meet diverse student needs.

External Resource

These are the reflections of a mathematics teacher who is part of the ERLC Math Regional Team as she implements the new mathematics curriculum.

External Resource

This site is to be a repository of engaging activities linked to the WNCP High School Math Curriculum, which suggests that teachers should “orchestrate the experiences” from which students extract meaning.

External Resource

This website will include updated information about CTS PD.

Video

This string of problems, based on the work of Cathy Fosnot and Trevor Calkins Power of Ten visual model, are designed to help students develop a strategy for the “Near Double” facts and develop flexible, meaningful...

External Resource

The LTPF Toolkit contains twenty distinct components flexibly designed to enable implementers to strategically select and apply particular elements to suit local implementation needs.

Webinar

This three session webinar series guides you through a thoughtful exploration of how the power of social media networks apply to education including: learn how distributed teacher networks are transforming practice in many...

Essential Conditions

Essential Conditions

A Guide to Support Implementation: Essential Conditions was developed by a provincial working group of education partners committed to realizing positive change in Alberta’s schools and classrooms.

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Numeracy For All

Numeracy for All

The purpose of this web site is to provide information and strategies for teachers in Alberta who want to learn more about mathematics instruction and numeracy development for students with significant disabilities.

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Learning For All

Learning for All

This website resource offers information, strategies and references for school leaders and teachers working with students with significant disabilities. The information presented is a result of the learning which emerged from the work of the community of practice with inclusive education leaders across the province.

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