Curriculum Framework Documents
regarding the documents to support Provincial Curriculum Implementation
information around the non-instructional days has been organized into two
stages. The summary of what is contained in each document is provided below, as
well as the links.
One document | Document première étape
and Ministry of Education have determined the number of teachers per district
who will be released for this work. In part, it was to ensure that
locals/districts would receive a minimum of six teachers.
Two document | Document deuxième étape
Two contains an organizational model divided into why, what, and how
categories. Why the change? What is it? (an
overview of the curriculum changes) How can teachers begin to explore the
changes? There are suggested topics in the how category so that teachers decide
on the area(s) they would like to begin with. The majority of time will most
likely be spent on the how category. Additionally, there will be links and
video clips provided to assist the planning team in deciding what aspects they
will focus on. Some myths about curriculum change will also be addressed.
Stage Two framework lends itself to a blended approach to learning. Locals may
discuss with the planning teams an approach that is a combination of large
group, small group, partners, individuals, etc.
Feedback will be an important aspect of Stage Two. There will be
more detailed information coming about the process and importance of collecting
feedback. The timing of collecting feedback is an important consideration and
it is suggested that it be done after the final in-service
day to provide teachers with an opportunity to first explore and discuss the