August 2016: Learn strategies to transform your classroom in the new year!

Transform your classroom effectively for the next year!

Thank you for participating in an ERLC learning opportunity this year! In preparation for next school year 2016-2017, a variety of learning opportunities in different focus areas are being offered for August 2016.

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.

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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...

This PD resource is intended to assist school leaders with awareness and understanding of the mathematics program of studies with the purpose to support implementation and student learning.

Webinar

This is a three-part webinar series in which Joellen Killion explores the topics of Partnership Agreements - Coaches and Colleagues, Roles of Coaches in Supporting Teachers, and Strategies for Engaging Teachers - Coaches' Roles.

Webinar

What are the big ideas you should bring to students’ attention when teaching Math in Division 2? How do they link to curriculum? How do teachers ask those critical questions that help students see those ideas? This...

These materials will be supportive in building your understanding, knowledge and skills to "infuse" First Nations, Métis and Inuit culture into instructional programming. Watch for upcoming webinars to support...

This workbook, based on A Guide to Support Implementation: Essential Conditions is intended for district leadership teams to explore strategies to support implementation of...

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

External Resource

The aim of this series of instructional and collaborative professional learning experiences is to provide opportunities, ideas, and a venue for teachers to work collaboratively to enhance and further develop their knowledge...

External Resource

This series of three related websites was developed  collaboratively by Mount Royal University and their education partners for use by families, aides and school staff supporting children with  disabilities....

Video

This video shows how to save all your favourite resources into a My Content folder so they are available whenever you want to create/adapt a project.

Webinar

The intent of this project is to build strong relationships and improved leadership skills among school leaders as well as to provide a clear focus on improving student learning by improving teacher practice and parental...

External Resource

The LTPF Toolkit contains twenty distinct components flexibly designed to enable implementers to strategically select and apply particular elements to suit local implementation needs.

Essential Conditions

Essential Conditions

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.

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Differentiated Instruction

Differentiated Instruction

Differentiated instruction creates learning environments that maximize opportunities and potential for the success of ALL students, regardless of background, skills, interests and abilities.

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Creating Communities of Practice

Creating Communities of Practice

This website resource offers a collection of information, strategies and examples to support school and district leaders, professional development providers, and educational consultants who want to create and support effective communities of practices for K-12 educators. The goal of this website resource is to support the development, implementation and evaluation of current and future communities of practice.

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