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Throughout our district and schools, multiple layers of professional learning opportunities are intentionally designed as our teachers, individually and collectively, work to meet goals that improve student learning.​​
 

Elementary Schools


Grandin Elementary School: Click here to watch the video
This is the story of how a grade one Spanish teacher taught her students language learning outcomes through a project in which her students created their own market in the school.

Grandin Elementary School:
Click here to watch the video
This is the story of a how a grade 6 teacher in a Spanish and English bilingual setting took on project-based learning with her students to make real life issues relevant and understandable.

St. Brendan Elementary School:
Click here to watch the video
This is the story of how all staff and students take part in a multiage block called "flex time" to engage in curriculum extension and enrichment activities on Thursdays.

St. Vincent Elementary School​
:  Click here to watch the video

This is the story of how a grade 3 and grade 6 classroom focused on cross-curricular, multi-grade collaboration with a main focus in Science. (Grade 3- Building/Testing Materials Units & Grade 6- Air & Aerodynamics/Flight Units.) On our journey, the students became inquirers and used higher level thinking to complete their projects and also to document their success.

Junior High Schools


H.E. Beriault Junior High School: Click here to watch the video
This is the story of how one junior school personalized and differentiated learning through a flexible learning time in which students self-selected curriculum extension and enrichment opportunities every Thursday.

Louis St. Laurent Junior Senior High School: Click here to watch the video
This is a story of how a junior high community differentiated and personalized learning through more flexible learning spaces and times provided to junior high students on Thursdays.

Elementary Junior High Schools


Holy Family: Click here to watch the video
This is the story of how a school community aimed to meet the aims of the Ministerial Order on Student Learning (#001, May 6, 2013) to be more student-centred in teaching approaches. They aimed to personalize and differentiate students' learning through multiage groupings in which students from different grade levels collaborated on shared projects.
 

High Schools


Archbishop O'Leary High School: Click here to watch the video
This is the story of how our largest senior high school took on project-based learning to create learning opportunities for students to take a more active ownership of their learning.

Louis St. Laurent Junior Senior High School: Click here to watch the video
This is a story of how a senior high community differentiated and personalized learning through more flexible learning spaces and times provided to senior high students during an extended lunch hour.

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School Stories

Throughout our district and schools, multiple layers of professional learning opportunities are intentionally designed as our teachers, individually and collectively, work to meet goals that improve student learning.​​
 

Elementary Schools


Grandin Elementary School: Click here to watch the video
This is the story of how a grade one Spanish teacher taught her students language learning outcomes through a project in which her students created their own market in the school.

Grandin Elementary School:
Click here to watch the video
This is the story of a how a grade 6 teacher in a Spanish and English bilingual setting took on project-based learning with her students to make real life issues relevant and understandable.

St. Brendan Elementary School:
Click here to watch the video
This is the story of how all staff and students take part in a multiage block called "flex time" to engage in curriculum extension and enrichment activities on Thursdays.

St. Vincent Elementary School​
:  Click here to watch the video

This is the story of how a grade 3 and grade 6 classroom focused on cross-curricular, multi-grade collaboration with a main focus in Science. (Grade 3- Building/Testing Materials Units & Grade 6- Air & Aerodynamics/Flight Units.) On our journey, the students became inquirers and used higher level thinking to complete their projects and also to document their success.

Junior High Schools


H.E. Beriault Junior High School: Click here to watch the video
This is the story of how one junior school personalized and differentiated learning through a flexible learning time in which students self-selected curriculum extension and enrichment opportunities every Thursday.

Louis St. Laurent Junior Senior High School: Click here to watch the video
This is a story of how a junior high community differentiated and personalized learning through more flexible learning spaces and times provided to junior high students on Thursdays.

Elementary Junior High Schools


Holy Family: Click here to watch the video
This is the story of how a school community aimed to meet the aims of the Ministerial Order on Student Learning (#001, May 6, 2013) to be more student-centred in teaching approaches. They aimed to personalize and differentiate students' learning through multiage groupings in which students from different grade levels collaborated on shared projects.
 

High Schools


Archbishop O'Leary High School: Click here to watch the video
This is the story of how our largest senior high school took on project-based learning to create learning opportunities for students to take a more active ownership of their learning.

Louis St. Laurent Junior Senior High School: Click here to watch the video
This is a story of how a senior high community differentiated and personalized learning through more flexible learning spaces and times provided to senior high students during an extended lunch hour.

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