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    to develop, implement,andimplement, and measure the
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    ERLC Mission is“Partnersis “Partners in Adult
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    for Students’ Sake”(http://www.erlc.ca/who/default.php).Sake” (http://www.erlc.ca/who/default.php). Based on
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    ERLC works with18with 18 school jurisdictionsinjurisdictions in the region
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    schools, to actualizetheactualize the Edmonton Regional Learning Consortium goals.
    Curriculum Implementation Support 2017-2018
    Alberta Education has identified the following Curriculum Implementation Support Priority areas as well as corresponding outcomes:
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    Professional Learning Designs for 2017-2018
    A Comprehensive Approach
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    the 2017-2018 year,ERLCyear, ERLC will offer
    Design 1: ERLC regional team support for district professional learning:
    District day support:support.
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    lead or administrationadministration.
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    and district representativerepresentative.
    Utilization of grant resources - ERLC will provide funding to each jurisdiction in the region to support district professional learning:
    Allocation A: $5000$5,000 of ERLC
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    to each districtdistrict.
    Allocation B: $5000$5,000 is provided
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    the ERLC team)team).
    Please complete the District Day Support Request Form.
    Design 2: Strategic professional learning opportunities:
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    Education Plan prioritiespriorities.
    District Contact
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    needs and goalgoal.
    Design 3: Free, online resources available in a variety of formats (e.g. videos, webinars)
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    of learning communitiescommunities.
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    whom they workwork.
    2017-2018 ERLC Professional Learning Design INVOICE AND EXPENSE CLAIM FORM {2017-2018 ERLC Professional Learning Design Invoice.docx}
    2017-18 School Year
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    quality professional learning,andlearning, and as a
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    for Students’ Sake” (http://www.erlc.ca/who/default.php).Sake”(http://www.erlc.ca/who/default.php). Based on
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    ERLC works with 18with18 school jurisdictions injurisdictionsin the region
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    schools, to actualize theactualizethe Edmonton Regional
    Curriculum Implementation Support 2017-2018
    Alberta Education has identified the following Curriculum Implementation Support Priority areas as well as corresponding outcomes:
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    ERLC Ongoing Professional Learning Opportunities
    As an advocate for quality professional learning,and as a service provider, ERLC works with its partners to develop, implement,and measure the impact of professional learning that supports adult learning. The ERLC Mission is“Partners in Adult Learning for Students’ Sake” (http://www.erlc.ca/who/default.php). Based on this mandate, the ERLC works with 18 school jurisdictions in the region as well as band operated schools, charter schools,and private schools, to actualize the Edmonton Regional Consortium goals.
    Curriculum Implementation Support 2017-2018
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  4. page ERLC Regional Professional Learning Design 2017-2018 edited ... Design 1: ERLC regional team support for district professional learning: District day support…
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    Design 1: ERLC regional team support for district professional learning:
    District day support:
    o AA face-to-face session
    a. Traditional "workshop" format
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    demonstration lesson
    o A

    A
    series of
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    traditional sessions,
    demonstration
    demonstration lessons, and/or
    a. Planned by the ERLC team after consultation with district lead or administration
    b. Co-designed - ERLC team and district representative
    Utilization of grant resources - ERLC will provide funding to each jurisdiction in the region to support district professional learning:
    o AllocationAllocation A: $5000
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    each district
    o Allocation

    Allocation
    B: $5000
    Please complete the District Day Support Request Form.
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    2: Strategic professionallearningopportunities:professional learning opportunities:
    ERLC professional learning opportunities will support Alberta Education priority areas and district Three Year Education Plan priorities
    District Contact and Advisory Committee collaboration, facilitated through the ERLC team, will strengthen leadership capacity, leverage professional capital and bring coherence to Alberta Education priority areas, as well as school authority needs and goal
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    3: Free, onlineresourcesonline resources available in a varietyof formats(e.g.variety of formats (e.g. videos, webinars)
    i. Support individual professional growth as well as the work of learning communities
    ii. Build leadership capacity and support the work of school-based and district leaders with the myriad of groups and teams with whom they work
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    the land.
    Mathematics
    Support for the maintenance and development of Elementary Mathematics Professional Learning Opportunities. Some key areas of need are spatial reasoning, additive and multiplicative thinking, number sense, algebraic reasoning, and the ethical management of data.
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    Build an understanding of the Literacy and Numeracy Progressions and the ways that they support teachers and students in existing programs of study.
    Provincial Assessments
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    authorities in

    professional learning
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    for interpreting results.
    Support
    results.* Support for Grade
    Support for Grade 9 teachers to build awareness and understanding of the Grade 9 Mathematics PAT Part A that is being added starting the 2017-18 school year that students will complete without the assistance of calculators.
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    of calculators.
    Support for Grade 12 teachers to build awareness and understanding of the written response component for the Math 30-1 and 30-2 diploma exams that will be introduced in the 2018-2019 school year.
    Inclusive Education
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    Further support provincial engagements related to curriculum development.
    Dual Credit
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    Framework by:
    – organizing and leading sessions with education stakeholders to support them in the implementation of a new Alberta Dual Credit Framework and implementation resources for the 2017-2018 school year (including new application and funding processes).
    DistrictSupportforImplementationDistrict Support for Implementation
    District contacts for theERLC regionidentifiedthe ERLC region identified the following
    Assessment
    Early Learning
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    Professional Learning Designs for 2017-2018
    A Comprehensive Approach
    For the2017-2018the 2017-2018 year,ERLC willofferthreewill offer three professional learningdesignslearning designs to support
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    Design 1: ERLCregionalteamERLC regional team support for
    District day support:
    o A face-to-face session planned by the ERLC team based on the identified area of district need
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    b. Job-embedded session: e.g. demonstration lesson
    o A series of ongoing sessions over the course of a year which may include traditional sessions,
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    via technology
    a. Planned by the ERLC team after consultation with district lead or administration
    b. Co-designed - ERLC team and district representative
    Utilizationof grantresourcesUtilization of grant resources - ERLCwillERLC will provide funding
    o Allocation A: $5000 of ERLC team support is provided to each district
    o Allocation B: $5000 is provided to each district to access other professional learning supports (a district may choose to put some or all, of their Allocation B funding to access the expertise of the ERLC team)
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    Secondary Literacy
    Funding deliverables from Alberta Education will determine direction and the ERLC region’s school authorities will continue to advise on the development of professional learning opportunities based on ever evolving needs and priorities. Professional learning planning and supports for implementation will continue to be co-constructed based on requests from all stakeholders including the ERLC Board that is representative of education stakeholders in the region.
    Professional Learning Designs for 2017-2018
    A Comprehensive Approach
    For the2017-2018 year,ERLC willofferthree professional learningdesigns to support the region according to Alberta Education priority areas and identified regional needs, as per district Three Year Education Plans.
    Design 1: ERLCregionalteam support for district professional learning:
    District day support:
    o A face-to-face session planned by the ERLC team based on the identified area of district need
    a. Traditional "workshop" format
    b. Job-embedded session: e.g. demonstration lesson
    o A series of ongoing sessions over the course of a year which may include traditional sessions,
    demonstration lessons, and/or connecting via technology
    a. Planned by the ERLC team after consultation with district lead or administration
    b. Co-designed - ERLC team and district representative
    Utilizationof grantresources - ERLCwill provide funding to each jurisdiction in the region to support district professional learning:
    o Allocation A: $5000 of ERLC team support is provided to each district
    o Allocation B: $5000 is provided to each district to access other professional learning supports (a district may choose to put some or all, of their Allocation B funding to access the expertise of the ERLC team)
    Please complete the District Day Support Request Form.
    Design 2: Strategic professionallearningopportunities:
    ERLC professional learning opportunities will support Alberta Education priority areas and district Three Year Education Plan priorities
    District Contact and Advisory Committee collaboration, facilitated through the ERLC team, will strengthen leadership capacity, leverage professional capital and bring coherence to Alberta Education priority areas, as well as school authority needs and goal
    Design 3: Free, onlineresources available in a varietyof formats(e.g. videos, webinars)
    i. Support individual professional growth as well as the work of learning communities
    ii. Build leadership capacity and support the work of school-based and district leaders with the myriad of groups and teams with whom they work
    2017-2018 ERLC Professional Learning Design INVOICE AND EXPENSE CLAIM FORM {2017-2018 ERLC Professional Learning Design Invoice.docx}

    2017-18 School Year
    Description
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    Support the provincial implementation of a new Alberta Dual Credit Framework by:
    – organizing and leading sessions with education stakeholders to support them in the implementation of a new Alberta Dual Credit Framework and implementation resources for the 2017-2018 school year (including new application and funding processes).
    DistrictSupportforImplementation
    District contacts for theERLC regionidentified the following regional needs and requested support in these areas:
    Assessment
    Early Learning
    Instructional Coaches, Learning Coaches
    Leadership Development
    Learning Commons
    Numeracy/Math
    Pyramid of Intervention
    Secondary Literacy
    Funding deliverables from Alberta Education will determine direction and the ERLC region’s school authorities will continue to advise on the development of professional learning opportunities based on ever evolving needs and priorities. Professional learning planning and supports for implementation will continue to be co-constructed based on requests from all stakeholders including the ERLC Board that is representative of education stakeholders in the region.

    2017-18 School Year
    Description
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    quality professional learning, andlearning,and as a service provider ,provider, ERLC works
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    to develop, implement, andimplement,and measure the impact of professional learning programs that supportsupports adult learning.
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    ERLC Mission is “Partnersis“Partners in Adult
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    for Students’ Sake”. http://www.erlc.ca/who/default.php.Sake” (http://www.erlc.ca/who/default.php). Based on this mandate, the ERLC works with the 18 school
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    as well as, band, charter, andas band operated schools, charter schools,and private schoolsschools, to actualize 6 Albertathe Edmonton Regional Professional Development Consortium goals.
    2017-2018 Alberta Education Provincial Curriculum

    Curriculum
    Implementation Support Priorities
    The grant from Alberta
    2017-2018
    Alberta
    Education is intended to supporthas identified the following priorityCurriculum Implementation Support Priority areas andas well as corresponding outcomes:
    Alberta Education requested that ERLC identify district needs from school authorities. District Contacts for the ERLC region met in spring of 2016 to identify/confirm regional needs, and requested that the grant funds be used to support:
    learning for all students (inclusive education)
    instruction and assessment practices that have the greatest impact on student learning that inform and shift pedagogy
    competency based learning in multiple disciplines focusing on literacy and numeracy benchmarks
    school authorities and Alberta Education goals, centering on teacher efficacy
    collaboration with regions to develop communities of practice
    Grant deliverables from Alberta Education will determine direction and ERLC region’s school authorities will continue to advise on the development of professional learning opportunities based on needs and priorities. Professional learning planning and supports for implementation will continue to be co-constructed based on requests from all stakeholders including the ERLC Board representative of education stakeholders in the region.
    2017-2018

    2017-18
    School Year
    Priority
    Description
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    Mathematics
    Support for the maintenance and development of Elementary Mathematics Professional Learning Opportunities. Some key areas of need are spatial reasoning, additive and multiplicative thinking, number sense, algebraic reasoning, and the ethical management of data.
    Support for Grade 9 teachers to build awareness and understanding of the Grade 9 Mathematics PAT Part A that is being added starting the 2017-18 school year that students will complete without the assistance of calculators.
    Support for Grade 6 teachers to build awareness and understanding of 2016-2017 PAT reports that include the results of the Grade 6 Mathematics PAT Part A that was added during the previous school year and students completed without the assistance of calculators.
    Support for Grade 12 teachers to build awareness and understanding of the written response component for the Math 30-1 and 30-2 diploma exams that will be introduced in the 2018-2019 school year.

    Supporting competencies in current curriculum
    Support for all levels of school authorities for the implementation of the 8 competencies and their associated supports for current programs of study by developing understandings of how competencies support learning outcomes for student-centred, competency-focused learning.
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    Support for all levels of school authorities in building their awareness of literacy and numeracy in existing programs of study.
    Build an understanding of the Literacy and Numeracy Progressions and the ways that they support teachers and students in existing programs of study.
    Provincial Assessments – Diploma Programs
    Support for all levels of school authorities in
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    for interpreting resultsresults.
    Support for
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    for subject-specific diploma exams.
    Support for Grade 9 teachers to build awareness and understanding of the Grade 9 Mathematics PAT Part A that is being added starting the 2017-18 school year that students will complete without the assistance of calculators.
    Support for Grade 6 teachers to build awareness and understanding of 2016-2017 PAT reports that include the results of the Grade 6 Mathematics PAT Part A that was added during the previous school year and students completed without the assistance of calculators.
    Support for Grade 12 teachers to build awareness and understanding of the written response component for the Math 30-1 and 30-2
    diploma exams that will be introduced in the 2018-2019 school year.
    Inclusive Education
    Support all levels of school authorities to build capacity for facilitating and implementing best practices in inclusive education to ensure success for all students.
    Support for all levels of school authorities in developing increased awareness and understanding needed to implement flexible and responsive learning experiences that acknowledge every students’ individual learning needs.
    Learning Commons Policy
    Support for all levels of school authorities that results in an increased awareness and understanding of the Learning Commons Policy.
    Support at all levels of school authorities for the implementation of the Learning Commons Policy.

    Curriculum Development
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    of Study) (2016)//,(2016)//.
    Further support provincial engagements related to curriculum development.
    Francisation
    Support for implementation of Pre-K to Grade 12 Francisation Benchmarks, specifically:
    – within various subject-areas to ensure academic success;
    – to connect and support the learning outcomes through the use of Francisation benchmarks and Literacy Progressions.

    Dual Credit
    Support the provincial implementation of a new Alberta Dual Credit Framework by:
    – organizing and leading sessions with education stakeholders to support them in the implementation of a new Alberta Dual Credit Framework and implementation resources for the 2017-2018 school year (including new application and funding processes).
    Other priorities related to provincial Curriculum Implementation
    Provide professional learning support identified as a need by regional consortia or Alberta Education in topics or subjects that are not explicitly stated above, provided that this support strengthens the application of the priorities identified in previous years’ grants.
    2017-2018 School Year
    Professional Learning Designs for 2017-2018A Comprehensive Approach
    For the 2017-2018 year, ERLC will offer three professional learning designs. These include:
    Professional development (PD) online resources available in a variety of formats (e.g. videos, webinars)
    Catalyst/strategic professional learning opportunities
    ERLC regional team support through a District’s Professional Learning Design Plan
    Ultimate Utilization of Grant Resources
    ERLC can provide up to $10,000 to each jurisdiction in the region (which is to include support from ERLC regional team members).
    Professional Learning Designs
    Design
    District Role and Responsibilities
    ERLC Team Roles and Responsibilities
    1. PD Resources are free online learning opportunities available at anytime.
    They support:
    personalized or job embedded learning
    Learning Coaches/Instructional Leaders in their work with teacher cohorts, PLC time, communities of practice,etc.
    Familiarize, model and promote the use of available resources through school or district professional resources
    Provide ongoing feedback to ERLC regarding the design and efficacy of the online PD Resources
    Promote, design, develop, manage and deliver online PD resources
    Foster communities of practice (e.g., Google docs, google hangouts, twitter, cohorts for pilot projects)
    2. Catalyst/Strategic Professional Learning Opportunities
    Professional Learning Days:
    ERLC learning opportunities will align with Alberta Education priority areas, as well as be based on school authorities identified needs and goals.
    District Contact and Advisory Committee Meetings to support the direction of ERLC and Alberta Education priority areas.
    Promote key “professional learning” leaders to attend and support learning around Alberta Education priority areas
    Ensure district involvement at the committee meetings and ERLC Professional Learning Symposium
    Design, develop, manage and deliver learning opportunities
    ERLC will facilitate District Contact and Advisory Committee meetings.
    3. District Professional Learning Design Plan
    Districts are encouraged to articulate specific strategies outlined in their District’s Three Year Education Plan and Alberta Education priority areas and develop a Professional Learning Design Plan that outlines how ERLC will provide support to actualize specific strategies outlined in the district plan and priority area.
    Request ERLC Educational Team via:
    District Day Support Request Form to assist in co-designing district professional learning tailored to district needs and within the mandate of the Alberta Education priority areas.
    Create a plan for ERLC involvement based on resources available.
    Submit plan on or before December 15, 2017 to info@erlc.ca.
    Submit invoice and final deliverable on or before June 1, 2018 to info@erlc.ca.
    ERLC Educational Team support district’s professional learning design plan by building a community of learners to increase understanding of curriculum implementation priority areas.
    ERLC Professional Learning Design Overview, Plan, Impact Statement and Invoice & Expense Claim 17-18
    ERLC PLD Plan Template 17-18
    ERLC PLD Impact Statement Template 17-18
    ERLC PLD Invoice & Expense Claim Template 17-18

    2017-18 School Year
    Description
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