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As part of ASCA services, learning opportunities are provided through webinars. Regularly scheduled and topic relevant to parents and school councils in Alberta, here you can access recorded copies of past webinars, as well as webinar information.
This resource provides an explanation of FASD, its impact on the brain as well as explores behavioural patterns in students with FASD.
A series of guiding documents to implement literacy and numeracy programming aligned to new directions from Alberta Education.
A competency is an interrelated set of attitudes, skills and knowledge that are drawn upon and applied to a particular context for successful learning and living. They are developed by every student, in every grade and across every subject/discipline area.
Learning Guides for each competency have been developed to share several strategies and ideas related to supporting student development. Some of the strategies and ideas shared are ones you may have already used with your students. The shift is to become intentional about highlighting/discussing how these “tried and true” strategies support the development of one or more competencies.
A series of instructional and collaborative professional learning experiences will be offered to teachers of Elementary Mathematics through-out the 2015-16 school year.