Calendar

December 7, 2010

For a complete listing of events, consult the Conference Calendar or contact Barnett House. Telephone: 780-447-9400 in Edmonton or 1-800-232-7208 from elsewhere in Alberta. This information is also posted on the Alberta Teachers’ Association website (www.teachers.ab.ca). Prior to attending a conference or workshop, please contact the sponsoring organization to confirm dates, locale and contacts.

February 10–11

Central Alberta Teachers’ Convention, Westerner Park, Red Deer, Alberta. Sponsors: Provincial ATA and Central Alberta Teachers’ Convention Association. Website: http://mycatca.com.

February 10–11

North Central Teachers’ Convention, Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta. Theme: “Achieving Change Together.” Sponsors: Provincial ATA and North Central Teachers’ Convention Association. Website: http://nctca.ab.ca.

February 17–18

Calgary City Teachers’ Convention, Convention Centre, Calgary, Alberta. Theme: “Teaching in a World of Change.” Sponsors: Provincial ATA and Calgary City Teachers’ Convention Association. Website: http://cctca.com.

February 17–18

Northeast Teachers’ Convention, Mayfield Inn, Edmonton, Alberta. Theme: “iLearn! iLead! iTeach!” Sponsors: Provincial ATA and Northeast Teachers’ Convention Association. Website: http://netca.teachers.ab.ca.

February 24–25

Palliser District Teachers’ Convention, Telus Convention Centre, Calgary, Alberta. Theme: “Education ... Priceless.” Sponsors: Provincial ATA and Palliser District Teachers’ Convention Association. Website: http://palliserconvention.org.

February 24–25

South Western Alberta Teachers’ Convention, University of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Alberta. Theme: “Our World, Our Classrooms, Our Responsibility.” Sponsors: Provincial ATA and South Western Alberta Teachers’ Convention Association. Website: http://swatca.ca.

February 24–25

Southeastern Alberta Teachers’ Convention, Medicine Hat College, Medicine Hat, Alberta. Theme: “Education for the 21st Century.” Sponsors: Provincial ATA and Southeastern Alberta Teachers’ Convention Association. Website: http://www.seatca.ca.

March 3–4

Greater Edmonton Teachers’ Convention, Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta. Theme: “21st Century Literacies.” Sponsors: Provincial ATA and Greater Edmonton Teachers’ Convention Association. Website: http://getca.com.

March 10–11

Central East Alberta Teachers’ Convention, Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta. Theme: “A Celebration of Educators.” Sponsors: Provincial ATA and Central East Alberta Teachers’ Convention Association. Website: http://ceatca.teachers.ab.ca.

March 10–11

Mighty Peace Teachers’ Convention, Grande Prairie Composite High School, Grande Prairie, Alberta. Theme: “Diversity! The Life of Education.” Sponsors: Provincial ATA and Mighty Peace Teachers’ Convention Association. Website: http://mptca.teachers.ab.ca.

March 17–19

First Nations, Métis and Inuit Education Council Conference, River Cree Resort, Enoch, Alberta. Theme: “Soaring with Knowledge.” Sponsor: Provincial ATA and First Nations, Métis and Inuit Education Council. Website: www.fnmiec.teachers.ab.ca.

April 11–12

Healthy Interactions Facilitator Training Workshop, Barnett House, Edmonton, Alberta. Sponsor: Provincial ATA. Contact: Joyce Sherwin, ATA Executive Staff Officer. Telephone: 780-447-9453; fax: 780-455-6481; e-mail: joyce.sherwin@ata.ab.ca. Contact Marilyn Terlaan, ATA Administrative Officer. Telephone: 780-447-9454; fax: 780-455-6481; e-mail: marilyn.terlaan@ata.ab.ca.

April 14–16

Career and Technology Studies Council Conference, Chateau Lake Louise, Lake Louise, Alberta. Theme: “Pathways to Brighter Futures.” Sponsor: Provincial ATA and Career and Technology Studies Council. Website: http://ctscouncil.com.

April 15–16

Middle Years Council Conference, Radisson South, Edmonton, Alberta. Theme: “Digital Citizenship and 21st Century Learning.” Sponsor: Provincial ATA and Middle Years Council. Website: http://myc.teachers.ab.ca.

May 6–8

English Language Arts Council Conference, Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta. Theme: “Celebrating New Heights.” Sponsor: Provincial ATA and ELAC Council. Website: http://elac.teachers.ab.ca.

May 6–7

Health and Physical Education Council Conference, SAIT, Calgary, Alberta. Theme: “Elevate.” Sponsor: Provincial ATA and Health and Physical Education Council. Website: http://hpec.teachers.ab.ca.

May 12–15

Global, Environmental & Outdoor Education Council Conference, Goldeye Centre, Nordegg, Alberta. Theme: “Celebrating Community Voices: Building Momentum in Global, Environmental and Outdoor Education.” Sponsor: Provincial ATA and Global Environmental & Outdoor Education Council. Website: www.geoec.org.

May 21–23

Annual Representative Assembly, Westin Edmonton Hotel, Edmonton, Alberta.

Sponsor: Provincial ATA. Contact: Ernest Clintberg, ATA Associate Executive Secretary. Telephone: 780-447-9480; fax: 780-455-6481; e-mail: ernie.clintberg@ata.ab.ca. Contact: Karin Champion, ATA Administrative Officer. Telephone: 780-447-9435; fax: 780-455-6481; e-mail:  karin.champion@ata.ab.ca.