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BC New Curriculum - Ed Plan

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Celena vanDinter

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Transcript of BC New Curriculum - Ed Plan


The Ed Plan Shifts...
Assessment
& Reporting
Authentic
Information rich
Move away from graded reporting systems
Move toward wholistic approaches
Student voice on assessments and reports
Report on core competencies
Portfolios
Key Features
Personalized
Learning
means...
Components
Do
(
Curricular Competencies
, subject specific skills & strategies)
BC New Curriculum
Compare / Contrast Activity
Take some time to review the new curriculum documents
compare contrast the old and new documents for a particular subject and grade level
What do you notice?
What it
looks like
Competencies:
Understanding Learning to Learn
No longer about learning information
A shift away from content means a move towards understanding
Understanding = skills and competencies
The 4 Cs of 21st century learning:
Creativity, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, and Communication
Ed Plan
Individualization
Learning to Learn
Technology

Why the change?
Our changing world
...toward engagement and experience
...away from content
...toward competencies
...more parent and student involvement
...value learning outside of school
...authentic assessment
Not a New Goal
but a New Route
Assessment
Students are empowered
All students' needs are met
Passions and interests of EACH student are explored
Students play active role
Students drive choices rather than being given choices
Students are accountable for their success
Students are involved in their assessment
...putting
students
at the
centre
Students
can get information
anywhere. They no longer need their teacher for content. But they need to learn what to do with it and how to use it.
Technology
engage
digital literacy
connect
Core Competencies
Essential
Learning
Literacy & Numeracy Foundations
Know
(
Content Learning Standards
, Essential Knowledge)
Understand
(
Big Ideas
, key concepts, enduring understandings)
Core Competencies
A set of intellectual, personal, and social and emotional proficiencies needed to engage in lifelong learning.
1. C - Communication
2. T - Thinking (creative & critical)
3. PS - Personal & Social (identity
and responsibility)
Each competency
has level or "profile" descriptors
BYOD
Flipped Classes
Inquiry Learning
Genius Hour
Google Classroom

What will
the BC New Ed Plan look like at Zion?
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