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At Niitsitapi Learning Centre, we are lucky to spend our days with students from preschool through grade two as we explore the Alberta curriculum from a variety of First Nations, Metis, and Inuit perspectives.
EducationMatters and Statoil Canada are excited to announce a new scholarship opportunity for art students in Calgary.
Recipients of 2016 Generosity of Spirit Award We would like to extend our congratulations to our Board Chair Mike Shaikh, and his wife Linda for winning a 2016 Generosity of Spirit Award from AFP Calgary and Area Chapter!
The students and staff at Ted Harrison School have developed a new program based on the International Genetically Engineered Machines (iGEM) competition at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. iGEM is an annual synthetic biology competition that integrates science with other disciplines and involves teams from around the world. This program gives students the opportunity to Continue Reading »
A playground build, the urban equivalence to a barn rising, was built October 2013 at G.W. Skene School. This rebuild will be a collaborative effort thanks to the KaBOOM! Organization (KaBOOM!), The Foresters Group, and the Calgary Learning Village Collaborative. KaBOOM! is the national non-profit dedicated to giving kids the childhood they deserve Continue Reading »
Alberta is a province with a vast history and prosperous future. King George Elementary School plans on adding to Alberta’s legacy through the eye of talented young artists. “A Century of Sustainable Living Under the Prairie Sky: A Visual Arts Heritage Project” is an initiative that encourages students to reflect on Alberta’s heritage and sustainable Continue Reading »
Uncover curriculum through the unique lens of public education and the role it plays in our democratic society. Based out of the historical classroom in the Carl Safran Centre (formally Calgary Collegiate Institute) discover how learning in the community is unique for every student. Looking at the world… seeing what is possible. Explore how historical Continue Reading »