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Off-Campus Education in Alberta: Current Realities and Future Prospects
This study explores select off-campus coordinators’ (OCCs) responses to questions about their employment experiences, administrative responsibilities and working conditions. The report raises awareness about the important role of OCCs and emphasizes their often inconsistent and nonformalized positions in Alberta schools. (COOR-101-14, 64 pp)
We The Educators
This literature review works to provide a balanced view of the standardisation, personalisation and privatisation of learning to inform an analysis of the converging fields of educational technology and datafication. It is part of a larger project, “We the Educators” (www.wetheeducators.com), which brings the concepts explored in this research to life through video animation in English, French and Spanish.
(COOR-124, 2017 04, 20 pp)
The Role of the Superintendent and the Teaching
This report examines the role of the superintendent, specifically as it relates to the teaching profession in Alberta. The report represents the culmination of two years of work and the contributions of the Committee on Superintendents in the Teaching Profession and an expert panel of provincial, national and international researchers. By investigating the role of the superintendent, stakeholders can work toward a better understanding of leadership in education to address present practice and future needs.
PRISM Secondary Edition
PRISM is an acronym for Professionals Respecting and supporting Individual Sexual Minorities. The PRISM Secondary Edition toolkit was created by practicing Alberta teachers to help secondary schools promote safe and supportive spaces for sexual and gender minorities. This teacher resource has been developed in collaboration with Alberta Education as a result of the popularity of the PRISM Elementary Edition for elementary students, originally published in 2014. The PRISM Secondary toolkit includes lesson plans for teachers of all core subjects and many options that tie directly to curricular outcomes in the Alberta program of studies for Grades 7–12.
(PD-80-15e, 2016 10, 152 pp)