Welcome to our CTF Support Page

Learning Network Educational Services is pleased to support Alberta teachers engaged in the implementation of Curriculum Technology Foundations (CTF) an exciting new competency-based program of studies for middle years students in Grade 5 to grade 9.

Continue to visit www.learning-network.org for updates on professional learning opportunities.

This page will remain under constant revision as more resources become available. For information or questions contact Mr. Dan Nash dannash07@gmail.com or 1-780-842-8806


CTF Presentations (2016)

CTF Demo Day May 18, 2016


CTF Program of Studies







CTF Organizational Structure


Planning




EXEMPLARS: Challenge Planning Templates- 2016

















CTF Occupational Lists



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CTF Safety/Environment Conditions


CTF Assessment Tools CTF







20 Simple Assessment Tools

Student Peer and Self EvaluationTools

Group Evaluation Tools

A Checklist for Everything

Making Online Quizzes and Polls














Challenge Gallery: Shared by Alberta Teachers




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Grade 5

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Grade 7

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Grade 6

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Supporting Student-Focused Learning-Tony Vincent



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Yammer is a private social network that helps you and your teams stay on top of it all. Yammer is collaboration software that brings CTF teachers together so you can have conversations, collaborate on files, and organize around projects so you can go further – faster. Email david.mccann@gov.ab.ca asking join Yammer.
In January of 2012 I launched the “20% Project" in my class. I had no idea at the time how this project would change my teaching forever. Since then I’ve been an advocate for “inquiry-based education” — where students are able to learn what they want to learn in school.This guide brings together my own classroom experience, research in the field, and stories from a variety teachers, leaders, and learners using 20% Time and Genius Hour. If we want our students to change the world, we must change our classrooms to foster inquiry and innovation. A. J. Juliani
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Virtual Researcher On Call [VROC] is a set of educational programs that connect knowledge partners-college and university professors and professionals in the fields of science, Technology, engineering, and math [STEM]-with Canadian students in elementary and secondary schools for real-time, interactive learning opportunities.
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