Events Calendar

The events calendar lists events sponsored by the Alberta Teachers' Association and its subgroups. The Association plans and approves its annual calendar each June; members only can access the calendar by clicking here.

Other professional development opportunities for teachers.
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Mighty Peace Teachers Convention-Online
March 4 - 5, 2021 Add Event to your Calendar
Grande Prairie Composite High School, Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada
Sponsor(s): The Provincial ATA/Mighty Peace Teachers' Convention Association
Contact:  Jodie Dell (President, MPTCA), mptcpresident@gmail.com

Women in Leadership Summit-Virtual
March 5 - 6, 2021 Add Event to your Calendar
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Sponsor(s): The Provincial ATA
Contact:  Kim Clement (Communications Officer, Legislative Affairs and Social Media), 780-447-9436 (phone), kim.clement@ata.ab.ca OR Lisa Everitt (Executive Staff Officer, Government), 780-447-9463 (phone), Lisa.Everitt@ata.ab.ca

Substitute Teachers Appreciation Week
March 8 - 12, 2021 Add Event to your Calendar
Alberta, Canada
Sponsor(s): The Provincial ATA
Contact:  Keith Hadden (Associate Coordinator, Teacher Employment Services), keith.hadden@ata.ab.ca

Political Engagement Seminar-Virtual
March 12 - 13, 2021 Add Event to your Calendar
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Sponsor(s): The Provincial ATA
Contact:  Hannah Graham (Program Assistant, Government), Hannah.graham@ata.ab.ca
This is an 'invitation only' listing - participants should receive an invitation to attend this event. Please contact the organizers of this event for additional information.

Near Death Experience Research with Dr Raymond Moody
March 12 - 13, 2021 Add Event to your Calendar
Banff Park Lodge, Banff, Alberta, Canada
RMEC is very proud to present Dr. Raymond Moody as our key note speaker for the 2020 conference. When Raymond Moody MD, PhD began his research into near-death experiences in 1968, he was a skeptic and an atheist. Now he is neither. Discover what the medical doctor and philosopher learned in 50 years of investigating near-death experiences and how the research changed his mind. In 1975, Dr. Moody coined the term near-death experience in his book Life After Life. For half a century, he researched some of lifes greatest mysteries. As both a PhD in philosophy and an MD. Dr. Moody has a strong interest in how medical realities intersect with the ineffable realm of philosophy. In his multiple roles as author, professor, public speaker and grief counselor, he has heard thousands of accounts of near-death, shared-death and after-death experiences. please join us for what will be remembered as a spiritually moving weekend with Dr Moody.
Sponsor(s): Religious & Moral Education Council/The Provincial ATA
Contact:  Mark Nixon (Conference Director), mark.nixon53@gmail.com

DEHR Speaker Series: Its time to get real about antiracism with Farha Shariff, PhD
Alberta, Canada
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. How have we arrived at this moment of reckoning with race and racism in our schools and what should we do now This session will include a brief introduction to critical social justice pedagogy and critical race theory which will help teachers and school leaders begin to understand how to engage constructively in anti-racist pedagogy with direct application for their classrooms. This is the fifth in a series of webinars that will be offered during the 2020-21 school year to provide teachers with pedagogical and leadership professional development related to Antiracism and Antioppression Education. All webinars will be recorded and will be made available as video, audio, and text files for you to access at your convenience.
Sponsor(s): The Provincial ATA
Contact:  Dan Grassick (Executive Staff Officer, Professional Development), Dan.Grassick@ata.ab.ca

LEADERSHIP ESSENTIALS SPEAKER SERIES WEBINAR-John Hall-Being Top of Mind So You Can Accomplish More With Less
Alberta, Canada
10:00-11:30 a.m. for school leaders. This session will explore the habits and strategies you can use to build trust with the people around you, How you can be more self-aware of your time and resources to put them to the best use and How you can a helpful network around you that will make you more productive.
Sponsor(s): The Provincial ATA
Contact:  Nikki Cloutier (Administrative Officer, Teacher Employment Services), Nikki.cloutier@ata.ab.ca

English as a Second Language Council Conference
March 19 - 21, 2021 Add Event to your Calendar
Malcolm Hotel, Canmore, Alberta, Canada
Sponsor(s): English as a Second Language Council/The Provincial ATA
Contact:  Joan Miles (President), president@eslcata.com