Vince Gowmon - Training for a New World

The world is moving faster than ever.

We are moving into a time of great uncertainty and change, where old paradigms and means of operating are not necessarily working as well as they used to. 

For organizations to thrive in the emerging New World, they will need to adapt to the changing times and examine how they operate. 

Join us as we welcome Vince Gowmon in helping us transform our culture and systems towards greater positivity and productivity. These workshops are rich with learning, practical applications, fun, interactive and will leave you inspired with tools for your work and life.

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A series of instructional and collaborative professional learning experiences will be offered to teachers of Elementary Mathematics through-out the 2015-16 school year.

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.

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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.

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A string of problems, based on the work of Cathy Fosnot, designed to help students develop a strategy for the 7x facts based on what they know about the 5x facts. This would also be good for teachers to share with...

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...

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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...

The Student Learning Assessments (SLAs) are pilot provincial assessment tools to identify student strengths and areas of growth at the start of the school year. The resources are meant to support implementation for 2015-2016.

Webinar

The CEFR is of particular interest to course designers, textbook writers, testers, teachers and teacher trainers - in fact to all who are directly involved in language teaching and testing. It facilitates a clear definition of...

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Presenters at the First Google™ Apps for Education: Alberta Summit held February 25 and 26, 2013 have shared resources from their sessions.

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

Webinar

This archived webinar provides a definition of assessment for learning and addresses the following questions: What does it look like? Why is it important? And How can it be used to improve student learning?

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AAC is a recognized education partner in the province of Alberta - an independent voice, providing informed responses to assessment topics that impact student learning.

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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