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Secondary Curriculum CPC. May 06, 2010. Educational Services. Michael Chechile, Director Lise Charlebois, Assistant Director High School Consultants. Program. 7:00 to 7:20 p.m. Presentation of Curriculum 7:30 to 8:00 p.m. Breakout Sessions A 8:05 to 8:35 p.m. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
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Page 1: Secondary Curriculum CPC

Secondary Curriculum CPC

May 06, 2010

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Educational Services

• Michael Chechile, Director

• Lise Charlebois, Assistant Director

• High School Consultants

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Program• 7:00 to 7:20 p.m.

Presentation of Curriculum• 7:30 to 8:00 p.m.

Breakout Sessions A• 8:05 to 8:35 p.m.

Breakout Sessions B• 8:40 to 9:30 pm

Question Period in Boardroom

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Curriculum at Secondary

Portrait of present situation

What are the guiding principles?

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(In a complex and changing social context, to provide all students with the best possible education requiring a constant readjustment of educational practices)

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The Six Subject Areas• Languages• Mathematics, Science &

Technology• Social Sciences (History and

Citizenship, Geography)

• Arts (Drama, Music, Visual Arts, Dance)

• Personal Development (Physical Education and Health, ERC)

• Career Development (Explo, Pop, Entrepreneurship)

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(Cycle 2-Diversification of 3 Pathways)

• General Path (ST)to understand more and make decisions about the world around them

Focus: Scientific method and forming opinionsApproach: Scientific phenomenon or issue

• Applied General Path (AST)to develop a deeper understanding of how things work

Focus: Technological design process- how things workApproach: A technological application

• Work Oriented Training Path (WOTP)

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(Cycle 2-Mathematics Options)

• Cultural, Social & Scientific (CST) Humanities, social sciences, communication and the arts.

 

• Technical & Scientific (TS) Technical fields related to business, nutrition, biology, physics, fine and graphic arts

 

• Science (S) Hard sciences and research by emphasizing abstract thinking

  

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Provide Instruction Socialize Qualify

The triple mission of our schools

Cross-Curricular CompetenciesThe Quebec Education Program

Employability Skills 2000+The Conference Board of Canada

Intellectual:• to solve problems• to use information• to exercise critical judgment• to be creative

Manage InformationThink and Solve ProblemsLearn Continuously

Methodological:• to use effective work methods• to use ICT for learning purposes

Ease with Technology Work Safely

Personal and Social:• to develop his/her personal identity• to maintain harmonious inter-personal relations• to work with others• to demonstrate a sense of ethics

Demonstrate Positive Attitudes and BehaviorsBe ResponsibleBe AdaptableTeam PlayerParticipate in Projects and Tasks

Communication related:• to communicate appropriately

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Paradigm ShiftFrom To

Access to All Success for AllReceiving knowledge Constructing Knowledge Memorizing Understanding Teaching LearningKnowing DoingMono-curricular Cross-curricularBehavioural Psychology Cognitive PsychologyAssessment of Learning Assessment for Learning

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“We Learn . . .

10% of what we read20% of what we hear30% of what we see50% of what we see and hear70% of what we discuss80% of what we experience95% of what we teach others.” William Glasser (b.1925)


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