Weekly Book Chats

March Book Chats - Join us!

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This month's Feature Book is Smile Learning by Laurie Guyon.

Join Us over 6 weeks, starting Thursday, March 7, at 4:00 PM

Contact Memorese to join!

At our first meeting, the group settled on the first book of the season - we're excited for January and part of February, 2024 to be reading and discussing Matt Miller's book, AI for Educators.

Read about the Book Chat group and then sign up to join us on Wednesdays in January and February!

Want to learn more? Email Memorese Walter for updates and info! Looking forward to some great conversation ahead!

ATLE is into its third year of hosting a no-cost informal book study for our members and all other interested participants!
Come join members of the team and readers from around the province and BEYOND as we grow a truly connected online community, exploring books that expand the horizons of our work in technology and education.
The books we are considering for this year will appeal to ET/IT folks, including teachers and school leaders - click the links below to explore them on Amazon.ca.
This year we meet after school, from 3:30 - 4:30 PM MTN. The first "Let's meet and get started" meeting was on November 28. New participants are welcome to join at any time! Wherever you are, please know that ALL are welcome! We have loved in the past having participants from as far East as Newfoundland as as far south as the Commonwealth of Dominica!


Last year's books discussed appealed particularly to those involved in school leadership, teacher leadership, or forward-thinking classroom practice! They included:


We tested the book study waters by exploring Kristen Mattson's Ethics in a Digital World.
We were excited subsequently to sponsor Kristen as our keynote for Convergence, 2022, where she also presented an inspiring stream of sessions focused on aspects of digital citizenship.

Why participate in an ATLE-blendED book study?

Why participate in an ATLE-blendED book study?

  • Expand our horizons by reading books that might not normally be on our personal reading lists
  • Build upon shared reading experiences with other passionate leaders and teacher leaders in ET, IT, blended learning and beyond, who are reading together across Alberta even across Canada and from the Caribbean
  • Guest author visits!
  • Ongoing connections via social media and, of course, ATLE events
  • Become plugged into a curious and compassionate PLN that has the capacity to inspire you to your next step!
  • ATLE's after school book study sessions are all offered for free (no cost other than your independent book purchase)