- Career and Technology Studies
- Collaborative Partnerships
- Differentiated Instruction
- Early Learning
- Energy and Sustainability
- English Language Learners
- First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI)
- High School Redesign
- Inclusive Education
- Instructional Leadership
- Instructional Practices
- International Languages & Culture
- Leadership / Instructional Leadership
- Literacy / English Language Arts
- Numeracy / Mathematics
- Social Studies
- Technology Integration
Career and Technology Studies
The LTPF Toolkit contains twenty distinct components flexibly designed to enable implementers to strategically select and apply particular elements to suit local implementation needs.
These six videos provide a snapshot of promising practices in CTS across Alberta. Alberta students, teachers and administrators share their experiences, successes and reflections to stimulate thinking about CTS programming.
This document has been prepared by the Alberta Regional Professional Development Consortium (ARPDC) in collaboration with Alberta Education through a grant from Alberta Education as a resource to support district and school administrators in the implementation of the Health, Recreation, and Human Services (HRH) occupational areas, courses and pathways.
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 programming and delivery; and discusses implementation challenges and opportunities using "A Guide to Support Implementation: Essential Conditions".
Short for web-based seminar, a webinar is a presentation, lecture, workshop or seminar that is transmitted over the web. These are numerous archived webinars focused on supporting cts implementation.
This website will include updated information about CTS PD.