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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the McNab/Braeside District Curriculum
In high school, the curriculum focuses in on each of these subjects and students are expected to perform more analytic, interpretative, and reason-based tasks. In Math, a primary goal is the development of abstract reasoning through algebraic relations and operations, investigations into geometry, shapes and design, and ways of analyzing quantitative data. In Science, in-depth classes in Biology, Earth and Environmental Science, Chemistry and Physics propel scientific literacy and concept knowledge. English continues to focus on all genres of reading and purposes for writing.
The core courses outlined in the curriculum enable students to pursue specialized and higher education options. Students gain critical thinking skills, procedures and concept awareness that will remain with them throughout their education and during their career. Through project-based learning that uses newly acquired knowledge, students begin to become independent learners and thinkers.
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McNab/Braeside District Curriculum Used in Our In-Home Tutoring Programs
In McNab/Braeside, the instructional process is laid out in the Ontario Curriculum and teaching, learning and assessments are aligned to the stated goals and objectives. The curriculum is broken down into frameworks for each subject and then details the grade-by-grade progression of learning that students will complete. These are designed so that students have an academic and practical foundation for their knowledge allowing them to make connections and use what they know. The classes that students take in Math, Science, and English during elementary school are planned so that students gain fundamental skills in numeracy, operations and measurement, basic concepts and experiences with Science, and the literacy and communication skills necessary in all learning pursuits.
Keeping Informed: Recent McNab/Braeside Educational News
- PAL Program - The Program for Alternative Learners has been developed for students 14-17 who would benefit from learning in a non-traditional setting. This includes both more independent and individual instruction which is increasingly enhanced by eLearning opportunities.
- Religious Education - The Renfrew Catholic District provides resources for all families who would like to incorporate or pursue a religious education for their child. The schools provide a range of curricular options from traditional to innovative subjects.
- Cooperative Learning - The Cooperative Education Department at Renfrew County District enables students to connect learning with real-world work experience. The courses are offered in different formats so that students spend varying amounts of time in classroom and workplace pursuits within the different programs available. This program teaches students valuable skills supported by academic knowledge and invaluable connections for the future.
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Chalk Talk: Arts Curriculum
Art students develop a range of creative abilities and learn to draw upon their personal experiences as sources of inspiration for their art. Learning to critique art is an essential component of the curriculum as well. Students evaluate their own art, looking for strengths, weaknesses, and areas of improvement. Learners also engage in critiques of art created by their peers in order to promote improved technique and artistic skill. Theatre students also become versed in improvisation. Students acquire the ability to think on their feet, bounce ideas off of one another, and deliver lines in a manner that keeps the story moving forward. A varied repertoire of music is presented to students throughout their education in order to promote a deeper understanding of the types and styles of music.