Learning Commons

About Learning Commons

You may wonder what a Learning Commons is, and where did the library go? The traditional library has been transformed into a vibrant, versatile learning space, where learners explore, create, collaborate, and succeed.  

For more information about the Learning Commons philosophy, please visit the Alberta Education link below.

Alberta Education


Meadowbrook Middle School Learning Commons is currently staffed by Library Facilitator Ms. A Harris. The LC philosophy ensures that all learners are supported in their journey to be life-long learners.

To discuss any concerns or issues that may arise in the Learning Commons, please email or call Anne at 403 948-5656 Ext 2934

What's New

Meadowbrook Digital Library:

Students now have access to Meadowbrook digital library. Using any Android or Apple device, students may download titles any time, anywhere. To access the Meadowbrook e-Book shelf, search for Go Follett and locate the school shelf there or click on the link below

Meadowbrook E-Book Digital Library

Login using the same username and password as you do for Gmail and google docs.

Meadowbrook OPAC

A Learning Commons provides a learning environment with up-to-date resources and technical support.  Our web-based library system Koha is now live and providing students access to the Learning Commons collection and digital resources 24/7. 

Click below to view the Meadowbrook Online Catalog Site:  

Meadowbrook Online Catalog

Links from our Librarian...

Learning Commons Student Resources

  • Cool Math 4 Kids - math site designed for kids
  • Math is Fun - learn about money and data; play puzzles and games
  • IXL Math Practice - math skills practice for Kindergarten - Grade 3
  • Interactive Resources http://www.globalclassroom.org/ecell00/javamath.html This portal to interactive mathematics sites designed for grades one through six.  It includes algebra patterns and function, place value, money, arithmetic operations, time graphing, measurement, fractions, decimals, and geometry.
  • Math Cats http://www.mathcats.com/ This is a site for primary elementary grade students that uses attractive animation to teach arithmetic operations, conversions, measurement, estimation, geometry, and other related topics.
  • The Math Playground http://www.mathplayground.com This graphically appealing site offers elementary and middle school students an entertaining way to learn word problems, logic games, and mathematics games.  This site also contains printable worksheets, interactive quizzes, and practice facts.
  • Mathematical Interactivities – Puzzles, Games, and Other Online Educational Resources http://mathematics.hellam.net/ Students here can play unique mathematical games, and find out how to do number tricks and more on this interesting site.  Teachers should preview the games before assigning them because some of the sites are not self-explanatory and do not provide adequate feedback.
  • Number Worlds Elementary Mathematics Program http://clarku.edu/numberworlds/ The Number Worlds program is a research curriculum that teaches the specific math concept and skills needed for later mathematical learning.

  • Amazing Human Body - activities and information about how different parts of the body work
  • Kids Health - guide to the body, feelings, fitness, health, and recipes for kids and parents
  • Caring for Kids - child and youth health information from the Canadian Paediatric Society

  • CIA World Fact Book - flags, maps, population, and facts on all the countries of the world
  • Countries of the World - information about flags, government, geography, people, and economies from around the world
  • World Press - current events from the world's newspapers and magazines

Land Acknowledgment

Rocky View Schools would like to acknowledge the land and recognize all the Indigenous Peoples whose footprints have marked these lands from time immemorial. Together, we can learn and honour the Ways of Knowing of Indigenous Peoples for all future generations.