The Alberta Teachers' Association has a rich history of showcasing creativity, ingenuity, and compassion, which has elevated the reputation of Alberta's public education system. Despite this, teachers face increasing criticism at a local level. Join ATA President Jason Schilling to reflect on the century-long journey of Alberta's teachers and discuss future directions.
Lynn Martin-MacLeodVisitor Elementary Teacher at Bigstone Cree NationEducation AuthorityWabash, USA
Changing venues was disruptive as I printed my schedule before leaving northern Alberta and missed a session because I was not aware of the change and didn’t have time to get to the rescheduled venue
5 27 Feb 2021
Reena DhaliwalVisitor School Teacher at Edmonton public school boardEdmonton, Canada
Through many of the speakers, I learnt how the pandemic has changed the life of education. I learnt how to deal with loss and grief within my students and how teachers can turn helplessness into hopefulness.
4 28 Feb 2020
LoriVisitor Principal at SteinhauerEdmonton, Canada
3 28 Feb 2020
Aakash GoyalVisitor President at Alpha ScienceSherwood Park, Canada