Workshops and Presentations

Workshops have been developed by the Association to provide support to school-based PD. Workshops are delivered by trained Association instructors. All workshops use the principles of adult learning and incorporate a range of facilitation strategies. Workshops are modified to suit the needs of participants.

The Association will, upon request, make presentations on educational issues of interest to members. To arrange a presentation, call the appropriate contact person (see below for names) as far in advance of the presentation date as possible. Be prepared to give the topic to be discussed, the date on which you would like to hold the presentation, an alternative date, the preferred time of day (morning/afternoon/full day), the location, the anticipated number of participants, the type of participants (for example, beginning teachers, administrators) and special requirements. Once you have scheduled a presentation, make all necessary on-site arrangements.

Click here to view a list of 2017/18 ATA workshops, courses and presentations. Refer to the web pages in this section for more details.

Government

ContactBrenda Dobie


Member Services

ContactSudeep Dua (Edmonton) or Doreen Link (Calgary)

  • Dealing with Teachers at Risk
  • Legal Issues for Administrators

Professional Development

Contact: Professional Development


Teacher Welfare

Contact: Sue Beyer

 

 

Current Workshops