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Mathematics Kindergarten to Grade 12 Scope and Sequence 2017

The Mathematics Kindergarten to Grade 12 Scope and Sequence (English and French) has been derived from and aligns with the Alberta Program of Studies for Mathematics K–9 (2007, Updated 2016) and the Alberta Program of Studies for Mathematics 10–12 (2008). As this scope and sequence is based on current programs of study, it outlines the progression of concepts in the programs of study and highlights the connections between strands, topics and grades. On the other hand, the scope and sequence for future programs will be aligned with The Guiding Framework for the Design and Development of Kindergarten to Grade 12 Provincial Curriculum (Programs of Study). 

 

Additional Mathematics Support Resources

A list of Additional Support Resources (English and French) for the K–9 math program of studies was developed to provide further support for the K–9 math program of studies. The most recent additions to the list were added in June 2017.

 

Elementary Mathematics Professional Learning Opportunities

Elementary teachers and pre-service teachers can access professional learning opportunities (Elementary Mathematics Professional Learning opportunities - EMPL) through the Alberta Regional Professional Development Consortia. These opportunities include a series of instructional and collaborative professional learning experiences that can be accessed anytime, anywhere (English and French). These experiences are designed to enhance teacher understanding of mathematical content and conceptual relationships, formative and summative assessment practice and instructional practices related to student learning.

 

Math Bursary Program

The Math Bursary Program (English and French) is a new bursary for pre-service and in-service teachers. The goal of the bursary is to provide funding to encourage eligible current and future Alberta K–12 teachers to take a qualifying math pedagogy course. Bursaries in the amount of $1,000 are available to applicants who meet the eligibility criteria. Applicants may qualify for a maximum of two math bursaries ($1000 each).

If you have any questions about the Math Bursary Program, please contact the Math Bursary Program Manager at EDC.mathbursary@gov.ab.ca or 780-427-2045 (toll-free within Alberta by first dialing 310-0000).