Alberta Education's Teacher Growth, Supervision and Evaluation Policy 2.1.5 deals with accountability and continuous professional growth and ensures that a teacher's professional practice is under ongoing supervision. The policy defines the process and the Teaching Quality Standard defines the competencies for professional practice. This workshop focuses on the principal's critical role and the duties he or she must perform as outlined in the School Act and Policy 2.1.5.

2018 08 23-24
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Barnett House
Alberta Teachers' Association
11010 142 Street SW

Registration Deadline 2018 08 15

Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

* 1. First Name

* 2. Last Name

* 3. School

* 5. Current Assignment

* 6. Work phone number (with area code)

* 7. Personal phone number (with area code)

* 8. Primary E-mail

* 9. Confirm E-mail

* 10. Alternate E-mail

* 11. Dietary Restrictions/Food Allergies

* 12. Membership Status

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* 13. I have read and agreed to the release and indemnity as described above.

For more information, contact

Sudeep Dua, Administrative Officer
Alberta Teachers' Association
11010 142 Street NW
Edmonton ABĀ  T5N 2R1

ms@ata.ab.ca

780-447-9454 (Edmonton and area)
1-800-232-7208 (toll free)

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