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Wilfrid Walker's proposal for a new structure for 2009-10 school year.

Wilfrid Walker's proposal for a new structure for 2009-10 school year.

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  • 1. Expression of Interest Structural Innovation Demonstration School 2009-2010
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    • “ Education Today and Tomorrow”
    • by Tom Woodward (2006)
    • (Based in part on a presentation made by Karl Fisch about “flat world” thinking.)
    A video that inspired our staff to envision a learning environment that meets the needs of all of its 21 st century learners.
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    • Learners would be organized into two learning communities:
      • K-3 and 4-8
    • The two communities of learners would be supported by their own team of professionals working collaboratively on behalf of all learners in the community.
    • Both communities would have blocked timetabling for literacy and numeracy instruction.
    • Mathematics instruction to be delivered in grade specific groupings.
    • Language Arts would be delivered in ability and interest based groupings.
    • Other subject requirements would be delivered through learner centered project based learning time.
    • Student choice would be given in demonstration of learning.
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    • Small communities of learners supported by a team of professionals but with less movement of learners between teachers than the 4-8 learning community.
    • Block timetabling for literacy and numeracy instruction.
    • Flexible timetabling for other instruction by the team to allow for team teaching opportunities and small group instruction.
    • Continued use of guided reading and peer tutoring.
    • Continue with grade specific math instruction.
    • Inquiry based learning delivered through centers.
    • Technology enhanced learning opportunities will be provided to the learners.
    • Learners will be immersed in a rich French language environment.
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    • Small communities of learners supported by a team of professionals.
    • Block timetabling for literacy and numeracy instruction.
    • Flexible timetabling for other instruction by the team to allow for team teaching opportunities and small group instruction.
    • Curriculum will be organized by the team into 6 week blocks.
    • Opportunities for cross-curricular and multi-grade learning.
    • Continue with grade specific math instruction.
    • Project based inquiry learning time will be blocked into schedule.
    • Learners will be given choices for delivery of instruction through an interest based survey at the beginning of each 6 week block.
    • Technology enhanced learning opportunities will be provided to the learners.
    • Learners will be immersed in a rich French language environment.
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    • A video presented to inspire professionals and educators.
    • by Joshua B. Bloom (2006)
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