“A guidance-oriented approach is a concerted approach by a school team and its partners, in which objectives are set and services (individual and collective), tools and pedagogical activities implemented to guide students in their identity development and career planning. These activities and services are integrated into the school’s success plan and its educational project; they are not simply a series of isolated actions in which the school team is not closely involved” (Making Dreams Come True: Achieving Success Through the Guidance-Oriented Approach, MEQ, 2002, p.18, emphasis added).
The GOAL Post
The GOAL Post* newsletter/blog highlights exciting GOAL-related activities in schools and in the community. As well, The GOAL Post contains a wealth of information on the Academic and Career Guidance Content (ACGC).
*The GOAL Post is published by the GOAL Network, in collaboration with MEES’ Direction des services à la communauté anglophone, and is funded by MEES, through contributions from the Canada-Québec Agreement on Minority-Language Education and Second-Language Instruction.
Do you have questions about GOAL? Contact Marsha Gouett: Marsha.Gouett@education.gouv.qc.ca