The Learning Team
Parents and children need to slow down
Listening to what young people miss may teach us what they need.
Why is it that working with young children makes 29 years feel like a finger snap of time?
We must eliminate child poverty in Alberta
Children’s and youth’s facility with language in the 21st century is just fine, TYVM
“Hurry up! The bus is coming!” is what I hear almost every morning.
How can my kids experience nature when we live in a media-saturated city?
Are today’s students at risk of nature-deficit disorder?
Am I being too strict about my kids’ access to media?
Many educators recognize that student health and success in school are interdependent.
“Sandbox Games” encourage students to communicate and express themselves
Like it or not, today’s youth are tomorrow’s future
“Childhood is a short season,” American actress Helen Hayes once observed.
A listing of events.
In North America, we call parents who continually hover around their children “helicopter parents.”
A listing of some of the newest arrivals at your ATA library.
Becoming warriors for Alberta’s children and youth
In March 2013, Alberta will be participating in the Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS).
Working together is a strength of ATA
About the ATA
Teaching in Alberta
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