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Learning, Teaching & Assessment
Learning, Teaching & Assessment


Learning, Teaching and Assessment involves educators, students and community partners focusing on the co-creation of learning opportunities that are authentic, experiential, flexible and personalized.  


System Actions

  • Develop and sustain collaboration across teams and departments to support modern learning

  • Provide experiential, social and formal professional learning opportunities and resources for teaching, learning and assessment

  • Create guidelines that support libraries and Makerspaces as components of the Learning Commons


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School Actions

  • Implement modern learning approaches with staff which reflect the interconnectedness of mindsets, deep learning, and skills

  • Support interdisciplinary/integrated learning, experiential learning opportunities and flexible structures (e.g., time, space, resources)

  • Promote libraries and Makerspaces as key components of the Learning Commons that extend and enhance purposeful, curriculum-based student learning      




Classroom Actions

  • Implement modern learning approaches with students reflective of the interconnectedness of mindsets, deep learning, and skills 

​      Mindsets​
    • ​Model, promote and teach digital, environmental and global citizenship and responsibility

    • Use language that aligns with a growth mindset and supports students’ willingness to take risks, to innovate and to persevere
      Deep Learning​
    • Engage in a process of assessment for and as learning when co-designing learning with/for students to promote student voice and engagement
    • Promote personalized learning models to meet the needs of students
    • Co-learn with students through inquiry based learning, authentic tasks and critical thinking approaches

    • Explore modern learning through the lens of the Instructional Core

    • Embed strategies that support innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship in the context of authentic challenges
    • ​Foster students’ capacity to be their own assessors and to ultimately become independent and autonomous learners
    • Develop learners’ ability to analyze, evaluate, interpret and synthesize information in order to navigate, question challenge and transform understanding (e.g., teach learners to critically assess bias and voice within media)

    • Develop opportunities for creative problem solving and idea generation​​


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