Dr. Maren Aukerman identifies several concerns with the revised English Language Arts & Literature curriculum that was released in April 2022.
The Department of Elementary Education in the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta hosted two public information sessions on the draft K-6 curriculum. The first session was held on February 22, 2022 and the second session was held on March 15, 2022. Links to video recordings of the webinars are provided below. As the Government of Alberta moves closer to implementing its proposed curriculum for K-6 students in the Fall of 2022, concerned education professionals, experts and parents… Read More »“Crash Course” on the Draft Curriculum
The Northern Alberta Reading Specialists’ Council Response to the Alberta draft English Language Arts and Literature Kindergarten to Grade Six curriculum
The Northern Alberta Reading Specialists’ Council responds to the draft K-6 English Language Arts curriculum.
An open letter regarding the draft French Immersion and French Language Arts curricula from members of the French Advisory Committee at the University of Calgary Werklund School of Education.
Read Decoding Dyslexia Alberta’s Statement on Alberta’s Curriculum Review – English Language Arts and Literature
Decoding Dyslexia Alberta encourages local decision makers to elect to pilot the ELA
Dr Robin Bright states that Albertans can and must build a strong ELA curriculum for our students and for the future. She offers some observations about how to do this for teachers, parents, and most importantly, students.