Educators collaborating in action, May 2015

A Community of Practice for Principals

The Edmonton Regional Learning Consortium (ERLC) is hosting a one-year Community of Practice for principals of K - 12 schools  from October 2015 to April 2016.  Principals will meet monthly to engage in personal professional learning that includes school visits to view exemplary leadership in action, professional dialogue, networking, and reflection.

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Video

View these five videos to see how teachers across the province are using the 4-Blocks of Literacy to create accessible learning experiences for Grade 1 to 6 students with significant disabilities.

Webinar

This archive webinar introduced teachers to a variety of instructional tools and strategies to scaffold ESL students for success.

Video

Garfield Gini-Newman provides concrete examples of inviting critical thinking across Alberta programs of study.

Webinar

This archived webinar will assist you in understanding some basic language acquisition theory so you can better select appropriate materials, resources, strategies and supports for the ELL student.

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.

Video

This is the first of a series of provincial high school mathematics institutes hosted by ARPDC from 2010 to 2012. This first institute featured Dr. Peter Liljedahl and was shared with sites across the province via videoconference.

First Steps™ in Literacy materials are practical, accessible, classroom-tested teaching procedures and activities.

The Collaborative Practices Knowledge Mobilization Plan (CPKMP) emphasizes the dissemination and utilization of information using the Collaborative Conversations Facilitator’s Guide and 11 Wrap Around Principles videos...

Webinar

This webinar highlights the essenntial links among curriculum, instruction, and assessment that are essential if we are to support students in their learning.

Video

This two minute video tutorial shows how to customize the look and feel of ACTIV Inspire.

Webinar

This session is focused on how the differentiation strategies used to address the diverse learning needs within your classroom can be applied to create engaging, interactive lessons and activities with Notebook software to...

Webinar

The French as a second language nine-year program of study prescribes what students are expected to know and be able to do at each grade level of language programming in Alberta schools. It is the primary reference for teachers...

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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Literacy for All

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.

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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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