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Owl Pellets

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

Hello fellow educators, Does anyone know of a good place in Calgary to get Owl Pellets (preferably the sterilized kind that small children can dissect without giving their parents a heart attack). If anyone could let us know we would be very appreciative. Thank you kindly, Laura

Robert Kelly PD Session

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

Thanks everyone for coming out to Robert Kelly’s PD Session on May 18!  Hopefully you were all inspired to become a little more creative yourselves. We came up with a lot of good questions, some I know Robert couldn’t get to, so if you want to post them here under comments, we can all discuss them… Read More →

SERG Professional Development Workshop

Monday, March 8th, 2010

“Creativity As The Primary Rationale for Education” with Robert Kelly, Ph.D  Tuesday,  May 18:    4-7pm at the Creative Kids Museum SERG Members and their Education team members are invited to attend this hands-on interactive workshop. RSVP by May 3 to SERG’s Professional Development Chair:

Inquiry at the Alberta Museums Association Conference

Wednesday, October 7th, 2009

Thanks to all SERG members who attended Kate Schutz’s and Carly DeBoice’s workshop at the AMA Conference on October 3. Kate and Carly presneted a hands-on look at using inquiry-based learning techniques to enhance your programming. The feedback was awesome and they are considering presnting for some PD at SERG. You can view the powerpoint… Read More →

Comics and Local History: Fort Calgary in Alberta Museums Association Magazine

Friday, September 25th, 2009

Fort Calgary’s education department is very excited to be featured in a two-page article in the Fall 2009 edition of  INFORM magazine. We were the lucky recipients of an Alberta Museums Association Project grant which allowed us to work with an illustrator ( and develop comic book style flashcards for one of our programs, The Life and… Read More →