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Audience: Parents Publication Type: Policy

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March 12, 2019

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The overarching Well-being and Resiliency Framework provides rationale for and describes the ways of working to promote well-being and resiliency in Alberta. It defines the key elements of the prevention continuum of services, identifies desired outcomes, supports decision-making on funding and...


Views: 744
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March 12, 2019

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The Evaluation Framework describes the desired results of the Well-being and Resiliency Framework and outlines ways to monitor progress towards and understand meaning of outcomes. It supports provincial implementation of the Well-being and Resiliency Framework by serving as a platform for ongoing...


Views: 822
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March 12, 2019

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The miyo resource discusses foundational beliefs and approaches of Indigenous peoples to promote well-being and resiliency and outlines an evaluative process that honours an Indigenous worldview. This resource supports provincial implementation of the Well-Being and Resiliency Framework by...


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February 1, 2019

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This document outlines the broad framework for student tuition and fees, which encompasses statutory, regulatory and policy requirements for institutions, government, and student associations. It provides a high-level understanding of what is required from each, allowing for students,...


Views: 12
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February 1, 2016

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Students are better able to achieve success and a positive sense of self when schools are inclusive, welcoming, caring, respectful, and safe. These environments support students in building healthy relationships with others, value diversity and demonstrate respect, empathy, and compassion.


Views: 19
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May 1, 2014

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The goal of the learning commons is to enable all students to be engaged thinkers and ethical citizens with an entrepreneurial spirit. The concept of a learning commons is a shift in thinking from a library as a physical space that is a repository of books, to an inclusive, flexible,...


Views: 25
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January 1, 2013

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Inspiring Education: A Dialogue with Albertans (Inspiring Education) envisions a learner-centred, responsive education system with shared responsibility and accountability - one that engages community and provides inclusive, equitable access, flexibility and opportunities for innovation that...


Views: 30
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November 1, 2010

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The Alberta Gang Reduction Strategy provides a blueprint for action on gangs and gang related violence. The mission of the Alberta Gang Reduction Strategy is to suppress gang activity and reduce the influence of gangs in Alberta by working with community partners to promote strong and vibrant...


Views: 58
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January 1, 2010

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This program of studies is intended for students who began their study of Japanese language and culture in Grade 4. It constitutes the last three years of the articulated Japanese Language and Culture Nine-year (9Y) Program (Grade 4 to Grade 12).


Views: 123
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January 1, 2008

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The Kindergarten learner expectations describe learnings that are appropriate for young children and are part of a learning pathway. Some children are already developing, or have developed, some of the learnings described in the Kindergarten Program Statement. Most children will achieve these...