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My Child's Learning: A Parent Resource from Alberta Education


Alberta Education has created the My Child's Learning Parent Resource which will provide you with a better understanding of Alberta’s curriculum and related information for your child. This tool can help you discover what your child is learning, how they’re assessed and what resources are available to help them be successful from Kindergarten to Grade 12.



Kindergarten to Grade 9

Kindergarten
Grade One
Grade Two
Grade Three
Grade Four
Overview
Kindergarten at a Glance
French Immersion
Overview
Grade 1 at a Glance
 
French Immersion
Overview
Grade 2 at a Glance
 
French Immersion
Overview
Grade 3 at a Glance
 
French Immersion 
Overview
Grade 4 at a Glance
French Immersion
Grade Five
Grade Six
Grade Seven
Grade Eight
Grade Nine
Overview
Grade 5 at a Glance
French Immersion
Overview
Grade 6 at a Glance
French Immersion 
Overview
Grade 7 at a Glance
French Immersion
Overview
Grade 8 at a Glance
French Immersion 
Overview
Grade 9 at a Glance
French Immersion

High School Subject Areas

CALM at a Glance 

Mathematics at a Glance 

Social Studies at a Glance 

Science at a Glance 

FLA at a Glance 

Physical Education at a Glance 

Optional Classes at a Glance 

Knowledge & Employability (K&E)


The K&E courses are designed for students in grades 8 to 12 who demonstrate reading, writing, mathematical and/or other levels of achievement two to three grade levels below their age-appropriate grade.  K&E courses provide students with opportunities to experience success and to become well prepared for employment, further studies, citizenship and lifelong learning.

To determine if K&E courses might be the right choice for your child, review the specific criteria outlined in the Knowledge and Employability Courses Handbook: Grades 8-12 (see page 3).  Knowledge and Employability Programs of Study provide information about the content and outcomes of K&E courses.  For more information about the relationship between K&E courses and CTS courses, see the Knowledge and Employability section of the Guide to Career and Technology Studies (CTS) (see page 14).

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