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.
Dr. Angela Grace reviews how the proposed curriculum meets the evidence-based best practice standards for health promotion, eating disorder prevention, emotional regulation, and socialization.
Image source: UConn Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity
Drs. Sharon Bailin and Mark Battersby strongly recommend that the education ministry retract the new proposed curriculum and redo it in light of the need for Albertan students to be able to think critically, innovate, and make well-reasoned decisions in the context of the challenges and complexities of the 21st century.