Those with expertise in curriculum and educational studies, early childhood education, child development, and Faculty members, graduate students, and other individuals with disciplinary expertise in one or more areas of K-12 education, are encouraged to provide non-partisan analysis and commentary on Alberta’s draft curriculum. Contributions from Elders and Knowledge Keepers, as well as contributions from across Alberta, Canada, and internationally, are welcome.
While the intent of the website is to examine the proposed Alberta curriculum, contributors may wish to provide supplementary commentary on broader curriculum theory that contributes to the current curricular discussions.
Given the purpose of this site is to provide a venue for diverse, credible, scholarly and expert analysis, Alberta Curriculum Analysis reserves the right to deny contribution requests if credentials cannot be confirmed.
Please complete the “Become a Contributor” form and you will be contacted with information about contribution guidelines, how to submit, etc. We will endeavour to respond to your request to become a contributor within 2-3 business days. Depending on the volume of requests, it may take longer.