Learners are self-directed, innovative, ecologically intelligent and entrepreneurial.

Outcome 2.1 Learners direct and feel ownership for their learning.v_2-1

  • (AE) Annual dropout rate for students and self-identified First Nation, Métis and Inuit students aged 14 to 18.
  • (RVS) Percentage of teachers, parents, and students who feel students have a strong sense of ownership for their learning.

 

Outcome 2.2 Learners demonstrate 21st C competencies.v_2-2

  • (AE) Overall teacher and parent agreement that students are taught attitudes and behaviours that will make them successful at work when they finish school.
  • (RVS) Percentage of staff and parents who agree that students are critical, creative, and complex thinkers.
  • (RVS) Percentage of students that teachers observe as proficient in using 21st C competencies in their learning.
  • (RVS) Percentage of staff and students who agree their school/the jurisdiction operates successfully as a 21st C learning culture.

 

Outcome 2.3 Learners demonstrate global stewardship.v_2-3

  • (AE) (RVS) Overall teacher, parents, and student agreement that students model the characteristics of active citizenship.
  • (RVS) Percentage of staff, parents, and students who agree students understand, adapt to, and participate in our local and global society.
  • (RVS) Percentage of staff, parents and students who agree students, the school, and the jurisdiction model practices that contribute to environmental sustainability.

 

Outcome 2.4 Learners flourish in a culture of excellence.v_2-4

  • (AE) Overall percentage of students and self identified First Nations, Métis and Inuit students in Grades 3, 6, and 9 who achieve the standard of Excellence on Provincial Achievement Tests (Overall cohort results).
  • (AE) Overall percentage of students and self-identified First Nations, Métis and Inuit students who achieve the standard of excellence on diploma examinations.
  • (AE) Percentage of students and self-identified First Nations, Métis and Inuit students writing four or more diploma exams within three years of entering Grade 10.
  • (RVS) Percentage of staff, parents, and students who agree that their school/the jurisdiction is building a culture of excellence.

 

 

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