How do I become a new member or renew my ATLE membership?
By association bylaws, individuals must be employees of K-12 jurisdictions or faculty or students in teacher pre-service training programs.
What is the cost of an individual membership?
The cost of membership is $135.
What is the Authority Group Plan and am I eligible?
A group plan membership is authorized by a representative of a jurisdiction within Alberta. This category of membership can only be initiated by a senior IT or ET leadership member of the jurisdiction. Contact your senior IT or ET leader to determine if there is a group plan and if you are eligible under the plan.
How do I seek support for a Professional Learning event?
Contact ProLearn@atle.ca or review the events calendar on the ATLE web site.
I have an idea for a webinar or learning event to offer through ATLE. Who do I contact to pursue the concept?
Our ProLearn Committee is always available to talk about learning opportunities. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your ideas
How does ATLE make decisions and set directions?
The ATLE Board meets regularly. As well, there is a General Meeting held each year during the annual Convergence Conference
What jurisdictions are within each zone?
There are six zones within Alberta. Each zone as its own representative.