Learning to design learning using a curriculum flexible enough to be open to improvement is the new reality.

Learning to design learning using a curriculum adaptable to student needs and interests is the new provincial context.

Learning to design learning that changes significantly each year based on the group of students’ Core Competency needs should be the goal of every educator in the province.

Classrooms across British Columbia are implementing a modernized curriculum. This implementation is an ongoing process that involves a multi-year commitment to adjust the learning and teaching paradigm, a shift designed to better equip students for flourishing in our rapidly changing world.

To ensure this shift, administrators will need to emphasize the development of a culture of continuous improvement. And yes, the little things matter!

Read the full article in The Link Online, SCSBC’s quarterly newsletter:

A Culture of Continuous Improvement