Start your 2016-2017 school year on the right track!

Join us for our September professional learning sessions that highlight innovation, focus on student-centred teaching, embed technology as an educational tool, strengthen promising practices, and build leadership capacity. We are committed to the highest quality, current-research based teaching and learning practices in support of student learning.

We wish you all a successful year of learning and working together in fulfilling our mission "Partners in Adult Learning for Students’ Sake".



How Can Project Based Learning Support the Designing of Career and Technology Foundations Challenges or Tasks? 2 days




Grades K-6 District Literacy Coaches Collaboration Day


Developing and Supporting a Strategic Reader: Strategies for Educational Assistants, Grades 1-6


Project Based Learning (PBL) Two Day Workshop, Grades 1-12 2 days

Using TouchChat on Communication Devices





KAIROS Blanket Exercise Facilitator Training

Career and Technology Foundations (CTF) - Are You Ready to Teach a CTF Challenge or Task?



Enseigner et évaluer la créativite & L'innovation



Learning with Technology: Achieving the Vision of Student-Centred Learning

PEERS Follow Up and Creating a Community of Practice


Learning Commons: Create, Transform and Nurture the Possibilities


Teaching and Learning in a Competency-Based Classroom within Alberta's Programs of Study – it's easier than you think!



Transforming Inclusive Education and Changing the Paradigm in Education

The Power of Formative Assessment in the Mathematics Classroom


Career and Technology Foundations (CTF): What are the Elements of Your School CTF Implementation Plan and Its Fidelity for All Students


Learner-centered Education Needs a Learning Commons

Supporting Implementation of Benchmark Assessment (First and Second Edition), Grades K-8


Making Math Contextual, Visual and Concrete with GAFE in Grades 7-12 Classrooms

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These 11 video clips and related learning guides provide an opportunity to enhance and support teacher practice in the area of literacy for students with significant disabilities.


This three-part webinar series provides extended learning for group members who have participated in previous Leading Groups sessions with Laura Lipton and includes the following topics: Seven Qualities of High Performing Groups,...


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...


The intent of this project is to build strong relationships and improved leadership skills among school leaders as well as to provide a clear focus on improving student learning by improving teacher practice and parental...


This series of three webinars provides a guided tour through the multimedia Walking Together resource hosted on Learn Alberta while exploring some of the related concepts including FNMI worldview, indigenous pedagogy and the fact...


The Social Studies curriculum offers rich opportunities for the use of music that can help bring the communities and cultures students are studying to life. Curricular links to Social Studies and music and project ideas are...

This PD resource is intended to assist school leaders with awareness and understanding of the mathematics program of studies with the purpose to support implementation and student learning.


Dans un environnement en ligne où le déplacement n'est plus nécessaire, vous pourrez, du confort de votre maison, participer à une activité de perfectionnement professionnel qui ne demande pas...


For any great vision to be successful you need a visionary leader. In this webinar, Julie Evans  focuses on the traits of a visionary administrator and how to support their efforts.

External Resource

This will take you to the Learn Alberta math gizmo page which houses over 280 math gizmos. Please note that to access this gizmo you must be signed in. For more information about using Learn Alberta see...

Social Studies Newsletters for Parents are intended to be shared in school newsletters and assist with awareness and understanding of the new social studies program.

External Resource

Presenters at the First Google™ Apps for Education: Alberta Summit held February 25 and 26, 2013 have shared resources from their sessions.

Engaging All Learners

Engaging All Learners

Educators need new ways of thinking about how to engage and better meet the learning needs of all students. This collection of professional learning resources can be used to build educator capacity through self-study, in-school professional learning communities, and district-wide learning opportunities.

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Literacy for All

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.

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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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