The Learning Team
When I asked Larry Booi what he was like as a student, he said with a grin, “I was good at tests.”
Ted Paszek, teacher, school administrator, education consultant, trustee and association executive, has devoted his life to promoting education.
Life hasn’t slowed down one bit for retired Edmonton teacher Noel Somerville.
Bob Tarleck has clearly followed his passion for teaching and public service.
Suzanna Wong sees the connection between things—between the ants, the trees, humans, health and academic success.
To hear the name William Aberhart calls up thoughts of the Social Credit dynasty in Alberta politics.
Chester Ronning was born in China and maintained close ties with that country over his lifetime, but he also made his mark in education and politics in Alberta.
This profile is not about a particular person; rather, it’s about many people.
“Teachers as builders of society” is the theme of this issue of the ATA Magazine.
Dr. Julius Buski’s list of accomplishments is beyond impressive.
“I just had a job to do so I went and did it.”
Myer Horowitz has created quite a legacy in education, from kindergarten to postsecondary.
Halvar Jonson is one of the few men to have been both a school principal and a minister of education.
Retired teacher Vicki Mather has been recognized locally, nationally and internationally for her work in promoting safer, healthier, more caring communities.
It was a visiting University of Alberta professor who convinced Annette Ramrattan to move from her native Guyana in South America (formerly British Guiana) to Alberta.
Those familiar with Terry Riley and his storied teaching career know and remember him for many things.
Claudette Tardif is widely known as a passionate advocate of minority language rights, particularly for Alberta’s francophone minority.
Harry Ainlay had the common touch and inspired everyone around him to achieve excellence.
Alberta lost a dedicated educator and leader in the multicultural community when Genevieve Balogun died in a traffic accident in April 2009.
Kate Chegwin (1872–1958) received her professional training at the Ontario School of Pedagogy.
When the Alberta Teachers’ Association awarded an honorary membership to Donalda Dickie in 1961, it recognized an extraordinary woman’s 60 years of service to education.
Jennie Elliott was born in Arnprior, Ontario, on December 20, 1876.
When I was in Grade 2, my grandmother told me that her first cousin had become the president of the Alberta Teachers’ Association.
A listing of events.
A listing of some of the newest arrivals at your ATA library.
Teachers, Leadership and Achieving Excellence and Equity in Alberta Schools
Teachers are proud of their work in the classroom, as school administrators and at central office.
This column is a tribute to our members who work full-time and look after their family.
The Canadian Multicultural Education Foundation and the Alberta Teachers’ Association, with funding from Alberta Culture and Community Services, have released two new resources for teaching immigrant children.
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