Banff Elementary School CRPS News en-us Wed, 17 Jul 2019 20:29:05 MDT Breeze for Teachers 5.0 AB Education Online Learning Guides Education Minister Eggen announced January 22, 2019 two new guides to help support the implementation of online learning programs in Alberta. These two guides—one written for students and families, and the other for school and school authority leaders—will help support online learning across the province. The Online Learning Student and Family Guide provides a wealth of information, including a set of questions to help interested students decide if online learning is right for them. The Online Learning School and School Authority Leader Guide provides information for school authorities implementing their online learning programs. You can learn more about the online learning guides and the various online learning programs currently available in the province on the Alberta Education website. News News Gifted and Dual Exceptionality Student Identification and Programming Please click here for a letter to parents in regards to Gifted and Dual Exceptionality Student Identification and Programming.  Follow this link to the new Administrative Procedure on the CRPS website. News News TEACHERS and COPYRIGHT Alberta Education is working to ensure that all schools in Alberta have the latest information about copyright law. Raising awareness is important, because copyright rules for educators have changed significantly in recent years. While teachers have new opportunities to use copyright-protected materials in their lessons, they also have responsibilities, as there are limits to what can be copied and communicated in the classroom.  The Copyright Decision Tool was created by the Copyright Consortium of the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) and can be found at News News Instructional Excellence and Professional Learning News News