Learning Through Competencies
Competencies are combinations of knowledge, skills and attitudes that students develop and apply for successful learning, living and working. They emphasize aspects of learning that apply within and across all subject areas. Alberta’s Kindergarten to Grade 12 curriculum promotes development of the following competencies, which are streamlined expressions of the competencies in the Ministerial Order on Student Learning (#001/2013):
Students are the artists, scientists, thinkers, innovators and leaders of the future. They will be tasked with solving the problems of today, while imagining and creating a new tomorrow. Competencies are critical for equipping students with the knowledge, skills and attitudes that they will need to successfully navigate their personal journeys in learning, living and working.
Students use and develop competencies when they encounter unfamiliar or challenging situations. Competencies help students draw and build upon what they know, how they think and what they can do. In school, students develop and apply competencies through subject-area content and learning experiences.
The following resources are designed to explore practical strategies to support student development of Alberta’s competencies across the curriculum and in every classroom.
|Creativity and Innovation||Download||Download|
|Cultural and Global Citizenship||Download||Download|
|Personal Growth and Well-being||Download||Download|
- Editable Competency Cards
- Student-Friendly Competency Cards
- Competency Cards - single
- Competency Cards
|La créativité et l'innovation||Télécharger||Télécharger|
|La pensée critique||Télécharger||Télécharger|
|La citoyenneté culturelle et mondiale||Télécharger||Télécharger|
|La gestion de l'information||Télécharger||Télécharger|
|Le développement et le bien-être personnels||Télécharger||Télécharger|
|La résolution de problèmes||Télécharger||Télécharger|
This resource was developed by ERLC as a result of a grant from Alberta Education to support implementation.
Cette ressource a été élaborée par ERLC grâce à un octroi d’Alberta Education pour appuyer la mise en œuvre. Traduction du CPFPP.