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School districts are re-conceptualizing teaching and learning to align with the intent of inspiring education and collaborated with ERLC to share their stories in these videos. The intent of the videos is to demonstrate how professional learning design* provided by ERLC has provided support for educator capacity and implementation.
This poster is designed to support awareness and understanding of the Ministerial Order on Student Learning (001/2013) and its impacton education in Alberta.
This learning guide is intended to facilitate conversation after viewing the video, Presentation by John Hattie: Maximising the Dividend of Professional Learning.
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 curriculum for multiple grades and subjects.
Our eLearning programs are developed by experienced teachers of students grade 4 and up. They are complete with online and printable lesson plans, teacher's guides, video tutorials, assessment rubrics, and require no special software to use.