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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This video demonstrates how a variety of personal strategies can be used to help support students as they develop flexible, meaningful strategies for division.

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This PD resource contains current research, videos, and promising practices about early child development, optimal learning experiences and play for education professionals and parents.


Learn how storytelling, a traditional way of sharing the culture and values of a community, remains a valuable teaching tool for today.


This informational webinar provides a comprehensive overview of The Critical Thinking Consortium's (TC2) model. An interactive example of a critical thinking challenge is explored to give you a practical application of critical...


In an earlier in person session, Cathy Fosnot used digital video of children at work in grade 3-5 classrooms to examine the development of the big ideas, strategies, and models related to a deep understanding of multiplication...

These resources are based on the outcomes of the French Language Arts Program of Studies and the primary goal is to facilitate the alignment of novel studies with the outcomes of reading, writing, and speaking.


The GreenLearning Canada Foundation provides teachers with free, online education programs about energy and sustainability that empower students to create positive change for our evolving world. All programs meet provincial core...

The materials at this site are session presentations from the provincial learning opportunity focused on development of a collaborative framework intended to support FNMI student success.


This two minute video tutorial shows how to insert sounds into a Flip Chart file in ACTIV Inspire.


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.


In this series of six video podcasts, you will examine specific apps and classroom practices designed to meet the different levels of Bloom's Taxonomy in ways that are consistent with TPACK and UDL principles.

This document has been prepared by the Alberta Regional Professional Development Consortium (ARPDC) in collaboration with Alberta Education through a grant from Alberta Education as a resource to support district and school...

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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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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Numeracy For All

Numeracy for All

The purpose of this web site is to provide information and strategies for teachers in Alberta who want to learn more about mathematics instruction and numeracy development for students with significant disabilities.

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