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At L.A. Matheson we provide a safe, cooperative, and supportive learning environment that promotes social, intellectual and creative growth for all our students. Our goal is to have all our students be healthy, productive, responsible citizens of our global community.
The focus questions that emerged through our school plan are around improving assessment strategies, instilling more authentic aboriginal content, developing an ethic of care to enhance student resiliency and connections and working to help teachers successfully implement the new curriculum.
How will the implementation of having common school wide assessment strategies in the form of conferences and self-assessment affect our students' learning, in terms of growth, engagement and understanding?
How do we ensure that we are successfully and authentically incorporating Aboriginal content and ways of knowing (following the FPPL) so that it is both strengths based and culturally responsive for all learners?
Student Resiliency and Connections
How can we improve on the ethic of care we apply as teachers, parents and a community so that our students have more resiliency in overcoming barriers to their learning and social development?
How will departments and teachers collaborate to develop a plan of support to successfully implement the new curriculum and how it changes over time for our students?