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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These six videos provide a snapshot of promising practices in CTS across Alberta. Alberta students, teachers and administrators share their experiences, successes and reflections to stimulate thinking about CTS programming.


This two part webinar series (which followed an in person session) teaches you how to build your own professional learning network and to leverage social media to enhance learning within your learning community, while also...


The conference wiki supports a professional learning opportunity aimed at providing leaders with the knowledge and tools to effectively meet the changing needs of the 21st century learner.

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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...


This video shows how to use layers in Notebook 10 to create interactivity in your lesson.

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.


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...

These materials have the potential to support district/school leaders with the structure and scaffolding necessary to create and implement LITERACY AUDITS that will lead to the development of 3-5 year LITERACY ACTION PLANS.

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The Wellness Resiliency and Partnership (WRap) project is a provincial project supporting Jr/Sr high schools students who are diagnosed with FASD. Success Coaches use a wraparound model to support students to set and achieve...


The Social Studies curriculum offers rich opportunities for the use of music that can help bring the communities and cultures students are studying to life. Curricular links to Social Studies and music and project ideas are...

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.


The Social Studies curriculum offers rich opportunities for the use of music that can help bring the communities and cultures students are studying to life. Curricular links to Social Studies and music and project ideas are...

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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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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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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