Learn Strategies to Transform Your Classroom in Our Summer Learning Series

August 2016


Turning Risk into Resilience for Student Achievement (4-day Workshop)



French Language Summer 3-day Camps



Ecological Literacy: An Experiential Outdoor Workshop


Kagan Cooperative Learning

Assessment for Learning Tech Tools, Grades K-12

Engaging All Learners, Grades 4-12


Becoming Ethical and Engaged Citizens in a Globalized World: A Path Towards Global Citizenship

Digital Citizenship, Grades K-6

Practical Tips and Strategies for Your Literacy Instruction, Grades K-3


Building a Foundation for First Nations, Métis and Inuit Student Success: Practical Applications for Educators

First Steps in Math 3-Day Workshop, Grades K-9

Purposeful PLAY in the Early Years, Grades K-3


Introduction to Google Apps for Education

Makerspace (Learning Commons): Exploring Tools to Inspire Students’ Learning and Creativity


Advanced Google Apps for Education

Are You Ready to Teach a Career and Technology Foundations (CTF) Challenge or Task?


Getting Started with your English Language Learners

Literacy Across the Content Areas, Grades 7 - 12


Supporting Literacy Learning for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities – Writing

Une conversation collaborative, 7e à 9e années


Cross-Curricular Activities for FNMI Infusion in Your French Immersion Classroom 

Music Workshop: Kodaly Inspired Teaching and Practical Ways for Assessment


French Language Summer 2-day Camp - Level 3



Becoming the Math Teacher They Need and Want in Instruction and Assessment, Grades K-6

How Emotions Impact the Brain's Successful Learning & Building Powerful Executive Functions


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. These sessions are planned based on teacher feedback and district leads and are geared towards practical ways to transform your classroom in support of student learning.


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This is an image of the mathematics poster created to share a visual message about the new program. Copies of the full size poster were distributed by the consortium in your area.


This video shows how to link pages within Notebook software on a Mac.


The second of a four-part webinar series. In this session Debbie Mineault combines personal insights and historical references that illustrate the resiliency of FNMI people to the impacts of industrial, mission and residential...


Unit assessment plans in grades 6, 7, 8, and 9 social studies model how to anchor a unit with performance assessment, and then to design instruction and formative assessment backwards from the end goal.

Social Studies Newsletters were developed to support adult learning about specific focus areas of the new program of studies and begin with a guiding question.

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.


This 2 minute video tutorial will guide you through the use of the ACTIV Inspire resource browser, and show you how to add your own resources to the My Resources folder.

These workshop materials are intended for district leaders to lead conversations/workshops about basic principles of classroom assessment and how assessment practices can support building French language proficiency within the...

These materials are designed to train lead teachers and teacher leaders to become French conversation group facilitators. Teachers of French are often isolated in their schools and crave opportunities to speak the language with...

External Resource

These are the reflections of a mathematics teacher who is part of the ERLC Math Regional Team as she implements the new mathematics curriculum.


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...


This learning playlist centers on the theme of Leadership. In addition to providing you access to the complete Facilitators Workshop Guide for FNMI Cultural Awareness for Administrators, it will also help you and your team answer...

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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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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Learning For All

Learning for All

This website resource offers information, strategies and references for school leaders and teachers working with students with significant disabilities. The information presented is a result of the learning which emerged from the work of the community of practice with inclusive education leaders across the province.

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