Teaching and Learning Resources

AAC Website Link
AAC is a recognized education partner in the province of Alberta, providing informed responses to assessment topics that impact student learning, assessment materials, professional learning and much more. Contact Supervisor of T and L for username and password.

Learn Alberta

A wealth of teaching and learning resources including an Online Reference Centre which provides learning and teaching resources that leverage the effective use of technology as tools for learning and engaging learners in multiple social contexts.

2Learn Student Resources

Free student resources, aligned with Alberta curriculum, maintained by a digital librarian, embedded with tools, age-appropriate, interactive, multimedia focused, and interactive whiteboard ready.

Connection: Information for Teachers

Published three times per year, in October, January and May, this online publication provides information on a wide variety of topics to support teachers in the classroom, including authorized resources, assessment, technology, inclusive education, career initiatives, projects and First Nations, Métis and Inuit education. Professional development opportunities are also highlighted in each edition.

Supporting Every Student

A web site for teachers and learning coaches that highlights how educational and assistive technologies can increase teachers’ capacity to provide support, choice and flexibility to students, providing new options for differentiated instruction and for the inclusion of students with disabilities.

My Child's Learning: A Parent Resource 

This resource will provide parents with a better understanding of Alberta's curriculum and related information. This tool can help you discover what your child is learning, how they are assessed and what resources are available to help them be successful from Kindergarten to Grade 12.

Center on Instruction

The Center on Instruction offers materials and resources on Literacy and English Language Arts that help educators improve academic outcomes for students, address the problem of struggling readers, and meet instructional challenges of diversity in students' ability and readiness in learning to read.

The Center on Instruction offers materials and resources on Mathematics and Science instruction and assessment that help educators improve academic outcomes for all students in the content areas of Mathematics and Science.