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The Principles of Learning

December 6, 2012


Principles of Learning Handout.pdf

It is expected that all school administrators, support personnel and district councils create on-going opportunities for dialogue. These opportunities will support learners in developing a common language and understanding of the Principles. Growth will take place as each learner reads, interprets, reflects and communicates his/her learning to others. The understandings will then be applied to the daily practice of the learner. The terms instructional leader and learner apply to all individuals, irrespective of role within Winnipeg School Division. The role of leader or learner is defined by the purpose and context of each circumstance.

 
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Belief Statement

All Winnipeg School Division schools provide a learning environment that fosters the growth of each student's potential and equitable opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills, and values necessary for meaningful participation in a global and diverse society.

Our vision is engaged, confident, inspired and successful learners.


 
 

Statement of Intent

This is intended to:
  • Highlight the dynamic relationship between instruction, assessment and learning.
  • Support a common language and understanding of high expectations and effective practices for instruction, assessment and learning.
  • Focus on planning and programming for learners by guiding professional development and by encouraging reflection on professional practice.
  • Support educators and students in establishing a foundation for life-long learning. 

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