The Calgary Regional Consortium CRC provides quality Professional Learning opportunities to K-12 Educators

Educators will explore and braid together the various strands of Learning to Be, Learning to Know, Learning to Do and Learning to Relate, coming to signficant understandings regarding literacy development and educational programming that includes First Nations, Métis and Inuit perspectives and content.
Participants will have the opportunity to view and analyse multiple examples of completed CTF challenges, share their current CTF work with colleagues, and start planning a new CTF challenge with guidance using the draft Alberta Education CTF Planning Guide.

Barbara Mariconda will be presenting two sessions for CRC in December:

Narrative Writing, Grades 2-7 (Dec 2, 2015)

Expository Writing with Bridge to Opinion Writing, Grades 2-8 (Dec 3, 2015)

In this session, John Spencer will explore what it means to assess both the creative process and creative product without leading to risk aversion in students. K-12 educators are all encouraged to attend!

What's New?

  • Making School Mathematics Make Sense - Free Session Nov 19 Evening

    The College of Alberta School Superintendents and the Alberta Regional Professional Development Consortia invite parents, students, teachers, school & system leaders, and community members  to participate in the first of a series featuring Dr. James Tanton on the timely topic: Making School Mathematics Make Sense.

    This presentation will focus specifically on seeing and understanding a way to make the arithmetic we learned in school come alive with meaning. It is very relevant to the mathematics taught from Grades 4-12.

  • SLAs Resources

    Looking for some resources on the SLAs? Click here to find archived webinars like Teach the Teacher Part One & Two,  Support for "Paper Version" of Grade 3 Pilot SLAs and Grade 3 SLAs Year 2 Pilot Collaborative Assessment Session.