Archive | ACGC RSS feed for this section

Layout 1

ACGC: Year One of Gradual Implementation

The 2016-2017 school year marks the first year of gradual implementation of the Academic and Career Guidance Content (ACGC) in Elementary Cycle Three and Secondary Cycles One and Two. The ACGC is a continuum of 49 content items for students from Grade 5 to Sec. V.

Read full story · Comments { 0 } · ACGC, Information · ·
Louise Adam and Rosemary Hill

A little tweak here, a little tweak there

Beaconsfield High School teachers Rosemary Hill and Louise Adam are taking part in the pilot project of 27 schools that are sharing strategies for introducing compulsory GOAL content into the curriculum. Their enthusiasm is all the more appealing because their feet are planted firmly on the classroom floor.

Read full story · Comments { 0 } · ACGC, Secondary, Vocational ·

Tags: , , , , ,

·
Trades in motion Mary Gardner construction trades DSCF1248-caroussel

Keep calm and make good career choices!

Next fall—from Elementary Cycle Three on—Québec schools will introduce 5 to 10 hours of compulsory GOAL content. To pave the way, 28 pilot schools are now sharing strategies for integrating this content naturally into the curriculum. Teachers at Cedar Street and Mary Gardner Schools explain why they chose to be involved.

Read full story · Comments { 0 } · ACGC, Elementary ·

Tags: , , , ,

·
Making Dreams Come True

Compulsory academic and career guidance content on its way

Starting this fall, 28 Québec schools will systematically apply the Guidance-Oriented Approach to Learning to raise students’ awareness of their academic and career options. It’s part of the broader effort to lower the dropout rate by making school more relevant. Following this pilot project, the MELS will require all schools to integrate academic and career […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 } · ACGC, Information · ·

GOAL can be as simple or as complex as you wish

Applying the guidance-oriented approach to learning can involve hands-on projects that students love (but require time to plan and carry out.) Or it can be as simple as telling students, “Do you realize that plumbers (or vets or airline pilots . . . ) couldn’t do their jobs if they didn’t know what we just learned?” Ask yourself these five questions […]

Read full story · Comments are closed · ACGC, Information · ·