Strategic Priority 3: Independence
A strategic priority focusing on engagement and innate curiosity to nurture responsibility, empower self-directed learners, and inspire life-long learning.
Advancing this strategic priority is supported by the following strategic actions:
3.1. Focusing on formative and dynamic learner assessment to promote learner agency and potentiality as well as support more accurate grading.
3.2. Creating and teaching an Information Literacy Continuum and Curriculum in Kindergarten to Grade 12.
3.3. Developing a framework to assist staffs’ shared responsibility to support the neurodiversity and diverse abilities in our classrooms.
3.4. Developing a framework to assist staffs’ shared responsibility to support multilingual learners in becoming proficient in English and French in the context of French Immersion schools.
3.5. Engaging a whole-school and community-focused approach to teach and learn about and from the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals by emphasizing Indigenous worldviews and land-based instruction.
3.6. Enhancing Project-Based Learning, Practical Arts, Technical Vocational, Apprenticeship, Adult Education, and Career Development offerings, their interconnectedness and connection to all K-12 English and French Immersion classrooms.