Summer Curriculum Institute 2022: A Gathering of Collaborators to Remix the Conversation About Implementation.

Facilitators: Adelee Penner Nicole Farwell
Date:

This is a multi-day event.

Day 1Jul 11, 2022 (8:00 am to 11:30 am MDT)
Day 2Jul 12, 2022 (8:00 am to 11:30 am MDT)
Day 3Jul 13, 2022 (8:00 am to 11:30 am MDT)
Day 4Jul 14, 2022 (8:00 am to 11:30 am MDT)
Day 5Jul 15, 2022 (8:00 am to 11:30 am MDT)
Cost:
No charge
Location: Virtual
Session Code: 22-NC-215
Focus: Assessment Beginner Teachers Collaborative Partnerships Curriculum Implementation New Curriculum New Learn Alberta

Target Audience

Teachers: K-12, School-based Administrators, Support Staff, Instructional Coaches, Learning Coaches, Inclusive Learning Teacher,s District Leaders/Consultants, Educational/Instructional Assistants, Specialists who work directly with students, Para-educators and teams who serve children and youth

Also Recommended For

Instructional Coaches, Learning Coaches, Inclusive Learning Teachers, District Leaders/Consultants, Educational/Instructional Assistants, Specialists who work directly with students, Para-educators and teams who serve children and youth

About this Learning Opportunity

SCOPE For Participants:

Courses for Implementation: K-3: English Language Arts and Literature (ELAL) & Math, K-6 Physical Education and Wellness (PEW)

Optional Implementation: 4-6 English Language Arts and Literature (ELAL) & Math, Francophone Schools English Language Arts and Literature

Classroom Piloting 2022-23: K-6 Science, French First Language and Literature, French Immersion Language Arts and Literature, Fine Arts


If you believe that collaboration can transform both schools and work…

If you want to build a network with others who are working to implement/pilot the new curriculum ….

If you want to nudge your thinking in new ways by exploring new perspectives…

If you want to actively contribute to a plan for how the curriculum can look in a classroom next year…

Then this is the institute for you!

Rather than a traditional “sit and get” experience, the summer institute is designed as a week-long program to help you map out next year, learn more about how the curriculum has been designed, examine learning outcomes and design assessment to support student learning.  

We will be using the lens of Universal Design for Learning and Understanding by Design to help guide our planning.  We will be looking at ways to embed Indigenous perspectives into our work. 

You can look forward to rolling up your sleeves with your peers to create a plan forward.

This session addresses the LQS competencies

  • #2: Modeling Commitment to Professional Learning
  • #3: Embodying Visionary Leadership
  • #4: Leading a Learning Community

This session addresses the TQS competencies

  • #2: Engaging in Career-Long Learning
  • #3: Demonstrating a Professional Body of Knowledge

This learning opportunity is being subsidized through funding from Alberta Education.

About the Facilitator

Adelee Penner comes to ERLC having most recently served as an Assistant Superintendent of Schools. Adelee started her career in Manitoba and moved to Alberta in 2005. Her career has evolved over the years through working in several school jurisdictions, in both the private and public system, and from working for Alberta Education supporting school systems in Field Services. Adelee is a passionate lifelong learner. Using the provocation from Seth Godin, "When was the last time you did something for the first time?", Adelee works with others to create a culture for learning that is comfortable taking risk, trying new things and considers alternate perspectives.



Nicole is currently the curriculum coordinator for Sturgeon Public School Division. She started her career in Calgary in 2007 where she taught elementary through to high school before moving to the Edmonton region in 2018. As an educator, Nicole sees her time with students as an opportunity to explore perspectives and engage with students in deep critical thinking. A passionate life long learner, she holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Political Science, International Relations, and, most recently, she completed her Masters degree from the University of Calgary, focusing her studies on the role that education plays in Truth and Reconciliation. Her biggest teachers in life have been her two children, and she enjoys spending time with them in nature, learning from the land.