September 2012
ATA Magazine;Fall2012, Vol. 93 Issue 1, p52
The article discusses several dimensions of education system which needs to be revised for transforming education in Alberta. It mentions that assessing students learning and judging teachers profession will be given more attention in the future. It informs that teachers should be able to determine their needs of professional learning and more professional development (PD) programs should be developed. It states that teachers should use digital technologies to improve students learning.


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