Case studies are rich sources of data, capturing both the process of inquiry with regard to a school’s particular focus for improvement, as well as the learning and observations obtained throughout the journey.
2020/2021 Case Studies
Focus: Journey of Syeyutsus: Reconciliation in Action through meaningful ways to develop an appreciation of Hul’q’umi’num culture while developing healthy relationships.
Focus: To support Gr. 8’s learning about a variety of social justice issues through a course designed specifically for them, while still weaving Indigenous ways of learning into daily classroom practice as a means to help learners process new information, maintain strong, supportive relationships and a sense of belonging. (Creating spaces where Indigenous learners felt connected and valued instead of singled out).
Focus: On developing foundational skills in Early Literacy that are required for children to successfully read and write at the primary level.
Focus: Increasing outdoor education activities, specifically through inquiry-based structure building, in order to develop communication and problem-solving skills amongst the students.
Focus: To work with the local Indigenous communities to provide learning opportunities that reflect local culture, history, and language.
Focus: On how Indigenous understandings can better provide students with opportunities to further their connection to each other and to the land, as well as their sense of place within the community.
Focus: By developing Tier 2 vocabulary and sentence fluency with ELL students both orally and in writing, can we enhance a sense of belonging and confidence for those students?