Thanks for another great year of convention! 

  1. Recordings will be uploaded to SCHED by Sunday at midnight. (Sorry for the delay. It’s taking more time to edit the session recordings than anticipated.) 
  2. Log In using the link in the top right of your browser window.
  3. Click on the title to open the session details window then click on the green "Play Recording" button to open the video.
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  5. Recordings will be available until March 30, 2022 at 11:59 pm. 

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  • Submit session feedback - Click on the sessions you attended at this year’s convention and fill out the simple smilie face and comment box feedback form. Session feedback closes on Sunday at 11:59 pm. 
  • Complete the annual post-convention survey - This survey closes on March 11 at 11:59 pm.

Thanks again to Morgex Insurance for providing the Zoom licenses for all Alberta teachers’ conventions. There’s still time to enter to win 1 of 2 cash prizes worth $15,000 to help you explore Canada from Coast to Coast. Click here for more information.

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Friday, February 25 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Habits of Mind

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Habits of Mind Art Costa and Bena Kallick describe Habits of Mind (HOM) as specific behaviors that humans employ when confronted with problems in which the resolution is not immediately known. These 16 habits attempt to explain how behavior and learning are intertwined and dependent upon one another. Costa and Kallick suggest that each time these behaviors are employed, "the effects of their use are reflected upon, evaluated, modified and carried forth to future applications." This ability is what they define as intelligence in humans, which is a distinct concept from cognitive ability. Intelligence is not just about having information but knowing how to use the information to act in specific situations based on previous experience. This concept applies to both academic and non-academic situations. Teachers will understand how this approach will enhance the life skills and learning of students.

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Cal Hauserman

President, Hachi Consulting
Cal has been an educator his entire professional career.  He has taught at all levels from kindergarten to graduate school.  He got his start as a high school Social Studies teacher and then made the switch to the elementary level where he was a teacher and teacher/librarian.  Mid... Read More →

Friday February 25, 2022 1:00pm - 2:00pm MST
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