It is an exciting time in our province as Alberta Education begins work toward developing a student-centered provincial curriculum that will enrich students’ lives and prepare them for careers in an ever changing global landscape.
Alberta’s K-12 Provincial Curriculum Development Process includes three key phases: Shaping, Developing and Implementing. As part of the Shaping Phase, Alberta Education is providing opportunities for reflective feedback in Face to Face Collaborative Conversations hosted by Consortium staff and through the active engagement in a Provincial Curriculum survey from all stakeholders, including First Nations, Métis, Inuit and Francophone stakeholders, related to the strengths and areas for improvement in current curriculum.
The ERLC is providing facilitated discussions and collaborative conversations focusing on subject disciplines to enrich the quality of responses to the survey questions.
For more information, go to: Provincial Curriculum Development Stakeholder Engagement
Literacy for All
The purpose of this web site is to provide information and strategies for teachers in Alberta who want to learn more about literacy and communication instruction for students with significant disabilities. Much of this content has been co-developed with participants of the Literacy for All communities of practice.
Differentiated instruction creates learning environments that maximize opportunities and potential for the success of ALL students, regardless of background, skills, interests and abilities.
Creating Communities of Practice
This website resource offers a collection of information, strategies and examples to support school and district leaders, professional development providers, and educational consultants who want to create and support effective communities of practices for K-12 educators. The goal of this website resource is to support the development, implementation and evaluation of current and future communities of practice.