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Orientation to the Planning 10 IRP 2004.  How does Planning 10 fit into the 2004 Graduation Program?  How was Planning 10 developed?  What’s the difference.

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1 Orientation to the Planning 10 IRP 2004

2  How does Planning 10 fit into the 2004 Graduation Program?  How was Planning 10 developed?  What’s the difference between Planning 10 and CAPP 10-12?  What topics does Planning 10 address? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

3 How does Planning 10 fit into the 2004 Graduation Program? all students under the new (2004) Graduation Program requirements must complete this course to graduate for these students, it replaces the old requirements for Career and Personal Planning 10 and Career and Personal Planning 11/12 4 credit course Part 1: What Is Planning 10? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

4 How was Planning 10 developed? based on recommendations from the Personal Planning K to 7/Career and Personal Planning 8 to 12 Curriculum Review Report (2001) and the Graduation Program Review (2002) written by a team of educators draft Planning 10 was piloted in schools across BC in 2003 draft Planning 10 was reviewed by partners in education, including parents, students, and stakeholder groups revised based on pilot and public response implementation begins September 2004 Part 1: What Is Planning 10? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

5 What’s the difference between Planning 10 and CAPP 10-12? Graduation Program Education and Careers Health Finances Planning Process Personal Development Career Development Part 1: What Is Planning 10? Planning 10 (2004) Curriculum Organizers CAPP 10 and 11/12 (1997) Curriculum Organizers Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

6 CAPP (1997) compared to Planning 10 (2004) Planning 10CAPP 10 and 11/12 Part 1: What Is Planning 10? Work Experience is a required part of CAPP 11/12 Work Experience is not part of Planning 10 but is included in Graduation Portfolio Student Learning Plan is required from grades 9 to 12 Graduation Portfolio is introduced in Planning 10 and required for graduation Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

7 What topics does Planning 10 address? Planning 10: At a Glance Part 1: What Is Planning 10? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

8 Overall Objective for Planning 10 informed decision making goal setting accessing and analysing information personal responsibility to develop attitudes, skills, and knowledge that will help students to make a successful transition beyond secondary school: Part 1: What Is Planning 10? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

9 Curriculum Organizer: Graduation Program suggested timeframe: approximately 15 hours course requirements exams Focus Areas Graduation Portfolio introduces students to the requirements of the Graduation Program: Part 1: What Is Planning 10? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

10 Curriculum Organizer: Education and Careers suggested timeframe: approximately 44 hours relating personal attributes to education and career options post-secondary education and training options labour market information students learn about education and career options and develop a plan for pursuing education and career goals: Part 1: What Is Planning 10? employability skills and job- seeking strategies (e.g., résumés, job interviews) workplace safety support networks making a plan for transition beyond secondary school Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

11 Curriculum Organizer: Health suggested timeframe: approximately 36 hours factors affecting health accessing and analysing health information skills needed to build healthy relationships, and characteristics of safe and caring schools helping students make informed decisions about their health: Part 1: What Is Planning 10? decisions in relation to a variety of health issues, including: –sexual decision making –HIV/AIDS –substance use and misuse –road safety Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

12 Curriculum Organizer: Finances suggested timeframe: approximately 20 hours budgeting skills credit and debt legal requirements for reporting income (e.g., personal income tax) costs of education and career options financial planning for meeting education and career goals helping students develop financial literacy skills related to the transition beyond secondary school: Part 1: What Is Planning 10? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

13  What is an IRP?  What are the components of the Planning 10 IRP? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

14 What Is an IRP? are provincial curriculum documents set provincial standards for what students are expected to know and be able to do are written by teachers and other education professionals are produced by the Ministry of Education IRP stands for Integrated Resource Package. IRPs: Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

15 What are the components of the Planning 10 IRP? Introduction Curriculum Overview Learning Resources –Recommended Learning Resources (Grade Collection) –Web Sites Classroom Assessment Model Glossary Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? Prescribed Learning Outcomes Achievement Indicators –Suggested Timeframe –Key Elements –Assessment Overview Table Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

16 Introduction Rationale Goals for Planning 10 Considerations for Program Delivery: –working with the school and community –working with the Aboriginal community –information and communications technology Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? –addressing local needs –involving parents/guardians –sensitive content –confidentiality –inclusion, accessibility, and equity provides general information about the Planning 10 IRP, including: Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

17 Curriculum Overview a graphic overview of the course content descriptions of curriculum organizers and suborganizers suggested timeframe for each curriculum organizer key elements assessment overview table provides more specific information about Planning 10, including: Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

18 Suggested Timeframe average number of hours per curriculum organizer provided to help teachers plan for instruction and assessment time totals 115 hours to allow for flexibility suggested only Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

19 Key Elements descriptions of content help determine the intended depth and breadth of prescribed learning outcomes by curriculum organizer and suborganizer can be used as a course overview or outline Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

20 Assessment Overview Table suggestions and guidelines for classroom-based assessment and grading Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

21 Prescribed Learning Outcomes legally mandated content standards required attitudes, skills, and knowledge what students are expected to know and be able to do expectations for all students Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

22 Achievement Indicators identify specific level of attitudes, skills, or knowledge in relation to a corresponding prescribed learning outcome one learning outcome can have several achievement indicators help guide classroom assessment suggested, not prescribed Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

23 Learning Resources Grade Collection (recommended learning resources) for Planning 10 includes some resources previously recommended for CAPP 10 and CAPP 11/12 suggested web sites for teacher and student use (web sites do not have recommended status and need local approval) Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? a sample of the recommended learning resources for Planning 10 Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

24 4 units provided to help teachers plan classroom assessment presented by curriculum organizer and suborganizer addresses all of the prescribed learning outcomes for the course suggestions only Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education Classroom Assessment Model

25 case studies role plays guest speakers charts research projects journals brainstorming presentations discussions worksheets posters, models, diagrams simulations debates includes a variety of instructional approaches to address a range of learning styles and to help make learning relevant for all students Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

26 Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? teacher assessment self-assessment peer assessment journals, learning logs personal contracts written and oral tests questionnaires portfolios student-teacher conferences individual and group presentations includes a variety of assessment approaches to promote assessment for learning and to help students promote their own achievement Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education Classroom Assessment Model

27 arranged by suborganizer and topic Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? each section addresses clusters of learning outcomes and achievement indicators Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education Classroom Assessment Model

28 suggested instructional activities provide guidance for teachers to help students meet the prescribed learning outcomes Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? each suggested assessment activity directly corresponds to a particular instructional activity assessment activities list specific criteria for teacher, peer, or self-assessment Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education Classroom Assessment Model

29 recommended learning resources relate to the specific learning outcomes for that section Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? selected web sites relate to the specific learning outcomes for that section (web sites are suggested only, and do not have recommended resource status) Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education Classroom Assessment Model

30 sample assessment instruments are provided at the end of each unit Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? contain criteria specific to one or more of the suggested assessment activities in the unit Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education Classroom Assessment Model

31 Glossary defines terms used in the IRP Part 2: What’s in the Planning 10 IRP? Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education

32 For more information full text of all current IRPs and other curriculum information is available at information about the Graduation Program can be found at Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education


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