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Summer Learning Opportunities, August 2015

Thank you for participating in an ERLC learning opportunity this year! In preparation for next school year 2015-2016, a variety of learning opportunities in different focus areas are being offered for August 2015.

These sessions are planned based on teacher feedback, advice from advisory committee members/district leaders and are geared towards practical ways to transform your classroom more effectively for the next year.

A detailed list of available sessions is available at ERLC Summer Learning Opportunities, August 2015.

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How does a communicative FSL classroom make effective use of a SMART Board? These smart board notebook resources model ways to support learning in the FSL classroom.

This learning guide is intended to facilitate conversation after viewing the video, Presentation by John Hattie: Maximising the Dividend of Professional Learning.

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AAC is a recognized education partner in the province of Alberta - an independent voice, providing informed responses to assessment topics that impact student learning.

Webinar

In order to embrace the philosophy of the revised mathematics program of studies, teachers will need to create opportunities for students to construct their own meaning through problem solving. This webinar presents several...

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CEMC Courseware is an open and online teaching and learning platform. On-screen text with synchronized audio and interactive investigations teach the concepts from Grade 12 Advanced Functions (Pre-Calculus) and Grade 12 Calculus...

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This PD resource examines how technology has transformed the educational landscape and continues to provide new options for differentiated instruction and supporting the participation of all students, including students with...

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This video outlines the resources included in ERLC’s SMART Board Professional Development Resource: Support for Implementation as well as providing practical tips for anyone who is facilitating a SMART Board professional...

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See first-hand how two different teachers engage their students in meaningful numeracy experiences through traditional contexts, including exploring probability through traditional rock hand games and calculating volume by...

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A string of problems, based on the work of Cathy Fosnot, designed to help students develop a strategy for the 7x facts based on what they know about the 5x facts. This would also be good for teachers to share with...

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The University of Lethbridge Faculty of Education sponsored the development of this First Nations Métis, and Inuit (FNMI) Curriculum Collection, a collection of lessons and resources designed to help pre-service and...

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Garfield Gini-Newman provides concrete examples of inviting critical thinking across Alberta programs of study.

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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.

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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Curriculum Redesign

Curriculum Redesign

Looking for resources to enhance your understanding of Curriculum Redesign as envisioned in Inspiring Education? ARPDC has created a collaborative space to share an ongoing collection of resources to support implementation.

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Learning Technologies

Learning Technologies

Learning Technologies is for teachers, learning coaches, and others who want to know more about how educational and assistive technologies can support students in their classrooms.

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