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Alberta Distance Learning Turns 90

Alberta Distance Learning Centre (ADLC) celebrates 90 years of serving Alberta students in schools, at home, and around the globe. Founded in 1923 as Alberta’s correspondence school, ADLC serves students and partner schools across the province

Definition for Classical Education

Those who incorporate the reading of ancient classical authors, and declare this to be of the very essence of any education which could be styled as Classical, are actually referring to what might better be called a Classical Humanist Education.

Alberta’s Science Networks

Published: 02/15/2011 by Patty Rooks in Education & Learning Support

Alberta’s Science Networks

The Alberta Science Literacy Association operates Science Networks across the province of Alberta. These networks are uniquely placed to offer science curriculum support to all educators at any stage of the science curriculum.

Choosing a Music Teacher

Published: 08/15/2010 by Shelley Steele-Gittel, M.A., B. Music in Education & Learning Support

Choosing a Music Teacher

One particular question that is repeated among parents is: “What do I ask a music teacher who I am considering hiring for lessons?” Below are six questions that can help families successfully find a music teacher.

Education Planning for Special Needs

Published: 08/15/2009 by Investors Group Submitted by L. Hoffmann in Education & Learning Support

You want the best for your child and that includes a post-secondary education.

Finding a Tutor

Published: 02/15/2011 by Jill Hickling in Education & Learning Support

Finding a Tutor

Have you heard: “I hate this”, “I’m bored”, or “I don’t get it”? Do you have certain subjects you dread teaching that generally end up in tears and yelling? It could be time to give yourself and your child a break and consider a tutor.

Journaling: How to

Published: 08/15/2009 by Roxanne Rizzuto B.Ed., B.A., T.E.S.L. in Education & Learning Support

Many people hear the term “journaling” and immediately remember the diary they tried (and failed) to maintain as a child. However, journaling can be so much more.

Building a Firm Foundation for Classical Education

Some classical educators focus on the classical method and others focus on the classical subjects. Those who focus on the subjects (Latin, logic, etc.) tend to want to get to the academics as early as possible.

One in a series of tips for Home School educators. The focus of these tips is teaching technique.

No Dusty Hallways Here!

Published: 01/15/2010 by Anita Yasuda in Education & Learning Support

virtual museums provide an exciting array of exhibitions, images, audio, video, online and downloadable activities. Virtual museums are an affordable and convenient option for families.

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