Grade 5 Indian Residential Schools and ReconciliationDesigned to help Grade Five students attain an understanding of the history of the relationship between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people over Canada’s history. Designed for BC Curriculum but some resources are applicable to AB/Canada.
First Nations Information ConnectionMost of the resources available through this site are freely accessible. The Lois Hole Campus Alberta Digital Library resources are available in-person at a participating institution or from off-campus with a valid library bar code from a participating institution.
Curriculum-linked compilation of information and resources to help educators, students and the general public get a detailed look at energy across Canada. Content researched, created and evaluated by Canadian Geographic Education with financial support from the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers.
The Alberta Geological Survey (AGS) of the Alberta Energy Regulator is developing Minecraft models to provide geoscientific information within an interactive gaming platform. Students and teachers can mine through the subsurface while exploring and learning about Alberta’s geology and natural resources in a fun and interactive way.
Provides information and census data about the land, the people, the economy and the state of Canada. E-Stat, a part of Statistics Canada, is a dynamic interactive teaching and learning tool for the education community. It offers an enormous warehouse of reliable and timely statistics about Canada and its ever-changing people.
LearnAlberta.ca was designed to assist kindergarten to Grade 12 teachers in Alberta locate and utilize digital learning and teaching resources produced by the Ministry of Education. NOTE: This resource is freely available to teachers, pre-service teachers, and students in the Province of Alberta only. Some resources require a password. Students and staff in the Faculty of Education can use the Ask Us service to get the login information
This resource is freely available to teachers, pre-service teachers, and students in the Province of Alberta only