The Learning Team
In 1971, S. E. Hinton published That Was Then, This Is Now, a young-adult novel about how our life experiences change us.
Since their debut on newsstands more than 75 years ago, comic books have been blamed for a range of social ills.
Higher Graduation rate lies at the door of students’ home
The inspiration for research in animal-assisted literacy originated with my students.
In 1977, with a pension bequest from retired teacher William Frederick Powell, the Alberta Teachers’ Association established the ATA Educational Trust.
The play’s the thing, even for boys in Grade 6.
A five-generation Alberta teaching dynasty began in 1911 when Mary Mildred Linke immigrated to Canada from England.
American novelist Philip Roth continues to publish critically acclaimed stories, having just finished his 31st book.
Hurry Up—Transform! Education is at a crossroads in Alberta, and significant directional changes lie ahead.
This issue of the ATA Magazine gives me an opportunity to wish you all Merry Christmas.
For a complete listing of events, consult the Conference Calendar or contact Barnett House.
The ATA Library features books and videos for teachers on a variety of topics.
One important goal of education is to develop critically thinking, engaged citizens who look below the surface of an issue to determine its true meaning.
During the past decade, many school jurisdictions in Canada began using online tools to report students’ educational progress to parents.
The Alberta Teachers’ Association is conducting a survey on the worklife experiences of substitute teachers.
Readers of The ATA Magazine are asked to help with the establishment of a visual archive of the province’s early country schools.
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