Learning Design Stories

Making a process visible makes a practice reflect-able.  

John Maeda

Designer & Technologist

What Learning Looks Like in RVS

This series of animated videos takes a fun look What Learning Looks Like in Rocky View Schools through the learning experiences in which students, teachers & leaders engage every year.

RockyDocs

These locally-produced “RockyDocs” are short films that share some of the learning stories in Rocky View Schools. Explore these films for themes of student engagement and learning design. Share them at staff meetings, with students and on social media!

Ways of Knowing

Learning stories about Connection, Community, Identity and Learning with the Land can be found in the Indigenous Perspectives playlist on the RVS Channel, including Learning with the Land, the story behind the new RVS Land Acknowledgement. Find out more about Indigenous Perspectives in curriculum on the interactive website, Learn Alberta – Walking Together. And take a professional learning dive into Indigenous history, language, culture & politics in the free online course, Indigenous Canada, from the University of Alberta.  

RockyTalks

These video series feature over two hundred presentations by RVS students, teachers and leaders on a range of subjects and themes. These talks Make Learning Visible across the grades and curricula.

Student Showcase

These RVS students from across the grades make wonderful videos, documentaries, animations, and stop motions, too!

RVS Learning Stories

These films are produced by teachers about the learning that takes place every day in their classrooms. Take a close look at how these educators create the conditions for engaging students in making, creating and doing things that matter.

The Learning Designers Interviews

Rocky View Schools is full of Innovators who design engaging learning. As we navigated teaching and learning during #RVSedLearningFromHome, we wanted to connect with some of the teachers who are trailblazing a path forward for their students and schools. As we develop new and creative ways to support our learners, many of us discovered new tools and practices that we will likely keep well into the future. Enjoy this engaging series of interviews with RVS teachers captured on Zoom during the school closures in spring 2020. Learn more about all the projects in our Archives.

Rocky View Studio

Foster student written, spoken and visual literacy by creating and sharing storytelling that has purpose and audience and demonstrates student agency. Make Learning Visible through creativity on the Page, Stage & Screen for all ages and across all curricula.