Learning Room
NRLC Learning Room
The NRLC Learning Room is a digital storehouse of materials and resources specifically related to professional learning opportunities provided by the NRLC. In this “one stop shop” for locally and provincially developed resources, teachers, administrators, district leaders and support personnel will find key resources to support professional learning based on Alberta Education funded priorities as well as locally identified needs.
Alberta Regional Professional Development Consortia (ARPDC)
Collectively, the professional learning consortia across the province work together to provide quality learning resources for professionals to start or continue their learning conversations. This searchable selection of websites, videos, learning guides, webinars, presentations and more allow professionals to initiate professional learning in a given priority area, or to delve deeper and continue their learning with professionally produced resources.
First Nations, Metis, and Inuit Resources and Profesional Learning
Across the province, many key groups and organizations are working to provide high quality professional learning and First Nation, Métis and Inuit resources for educators. The First Nation, Métis and Inuit website provides educators with supports and tools to design and facilitate professional learning. It includes resources ranging from those related to the Call to Action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission; to the ATA Walking Together initiative; or from the implementation of Kairos Blanket Exercise to the implementation of the new TQS Standards.
On the First Nation, Métis and Inuit website, find annotated lists of and links to quality learning resources related to moving forward successfully with First Nation, Métis and Inuit initiatives. Scroll down to find the photo tile gallery on this webpage and select the filter “Grades 1-12 Curricular Resources’ to access these lists and links.
Elementary Math Professional Learning (EMPL)
The Elementary Mathematics Professional Learning Moodle is designed to ensure K-6 education stakeholders have a shared understanding of the expectations of the mathematics program of studies. The focus of EMPL is on the following: building teacher understanding of mathematical content and conceptual relationships; connecting formative and summative assessment practices; and, developing pedagogical fluency related to student learning.
ARPDC Youtube Channel
View our channel for several teacher resource videos created through the First Nations, Metis, and Inuit Provincial Professional Learning Project; as well as other ARPDC videos.