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.
2021/2022 Case Studies
Focus: To work with our Indigenous communities to provide learning opportunities that reflect our local culture, history, and language.
Focus: Does creating a sense of belonging and self for Indigenous students in grades 8-9, have an impact on remaining in their home school and successful grade to grade transitions in grades 10-12?
Focus: Students’ connections to staff in schools, beyond the teachers, and advocates directly involved in the Indigenous learning communities.
Focus: In what ways might Story Workshop nurture authorship and writer identity and how might the Story Studio in the Library promote literacy school wide?
Focus: On teaching social and emotional skills using Play is the Way, a unique program of physically interactive games, 5 guiding concepts, and specific and empowering self-reflective language.