- Career and Technology Studies
- Collaborative Partnerships
- Curriculum Redesign
- Differentiated Instruction
- Early Learning
- Energy and Sustainability
- English Language Learners
- First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI)
- Inclusive Education
- Instructional Practices
- International Languages & Culture
- Leadership / Instructional Leadership
- Literacy / English Language Arts
- Numeracy / Mathematics
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Literacy / English Language Arts
This website will provide opportunities to expand your understanding of literacy and numeracy practices from First Nations, Métis and Inuit perspectives and gain tools and strategies to support First Nations, Métis and Inuit and all students' success in your community.
This video features First Nations, Métis and Inuit artists, educators and scholars sharing their perspectives of how the tradition of storytelling permeates their cultures and world views.
Learn how storytelling, a traditional way of sharing the culture and values of a community, remains a valuable teaching tool for today.
This video explores the the central role that stories hold in First Nations, Métis and Inuit world views, and how stories reflect our universal experience.
This short video begins the journey as we explore the role of literacy and numeracy in developing self-knowledge and personal success for First Nations, Métis and Inuit students.
This webinar will explore strategies that are research-proven for increasing reading and writing achievement.
The information on this site is for teachers, learning coaches, and others who want to know more about how educational and assistive technologies (learning technologies) can support students in their classrooms.
This website provides information and resources for grade 1 - 6 teachers in Alberta who want to learn more about literacy instruction for students with significant disabilities and modesl what an online community of practice for teachers could look like.
This webinar explores research-based strategies for increasing reading and writing achievement.
This session is focused on how the differentiation strategies used to address the diverse learning needs within your classroom can be applied to create engaging, interactive lessons and activities with Notebook software to develop literacy and deepen language arts learning.