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: How we support behaviour at school and consider ways to incorporate understanding of the role of lagging skills, in the ways students respond to demands and expectations, and increasing student voice specific to Functional Behaviour Assessments (FBAs) and Behaviour Intervention Plans (BIPs).
Focus: To continue to grow our knowledge of mathematical instruction (year 3), focusing in on how we can teach/assess the curricular competencies with the intention of deepening our students’ understanding of number sense and making our instruction accessible for all learners.
Focus: Incorporating core subjects and Indigenous learning meaningfully into outdoor education, to create investment in the community.
Focus: Ultimately our focus emerged as determining the needs of Priority Students, developing a plan for addressing these student needs, and ensuring that our team had a systematic plan to help all of our students by attempting to reduce and eliminate barriers and provide more culturally inclusive events.
Focus: Our focus was to assist students in finding a deeper connection to what they were learning in school, while building relationships with their peers, Indigenous Transition Coach, and their future Careers Coordinator at their upcoming high school.
Focus: To develop competency-based learning pathways for skills that can be used across disciplines to support school-wide AVID and literacy goals.
Focus: Our primary focus was to continue working with our grade 8s from last year as well as connecting with our current grade 8s, while adapting our plans due to the limitations of Covid protocols.
Focus: Continuing to teach math cyclically focusing on depth of knowledge and understanding while incorporating more place-based learning and culture into math.