ERLC Comprehensive Literacy
Teachers in Pembina Hills have been working with Karen Loerke from the ERLC examining what a comprehensive approach to literacy looks like.
In this on-going set of professional learning days, mentor teachers work alongside new teachers. As PHRD moves into strategic planning, talks are underway for how to make this model sustainable in years to come. If you are interested in learning more about this model or a comprehensive approach to literacy, contact Karen Loerke at the ERLC (email@example.com) or Mark Thiesen (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more details.
Wouldn’t you like to learn grammar and word choice using people sentences rather than worksheets!
A Guide to Support Implementation: Essential Conditions was developed by a provincial working group of education partners committed to realizing positive change in Alberta’s schools and classrooms.
Literacy for All
The purpose of this web site is to provide information and strategies for teachers in Alberta who want to learn more about literacy and communication instruction for students with significant disabilities. Much of this content has been co-developed with participants of the Literacy for All communities of practice.
Differentiated instruction creates learning environments that maximize opportunities and potential for the success of ALL students, regardless of background, skills, interests and abilities.