MoE doing consultations on Experiential Learning

February 3, 2016 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

From the Ministry site

Education Consultations

Consultations on the Future of Experiential Learning in Ontario (Winter 2016)

The ministry is expanding experiential learning to provide students from Kindergarten to Grade 12 with a broader range of learning opportunities that are “connected to the community.” This is learning that takes place both inside and outside the classroom, and in partnership with local, national and international community organizations and businesses.

To help inform the development of this policy for Ontario schools, we are looking for feedback on the draft Community-Connected Experiential Learning Policy Framework.

The ministry is looking for feedback between January and May 2016 from various stakeholders, such as educators, business representatives, community organizations, non-profit agencies, and postsecondary institutions.

The full document can be found at: Community-Connected Experiential Learning Policy Framework
The summary document can be found at: Community-Connected Experiential Learning Policy Framework Summary

To provide feedback:

For more information, contact

Learn more about Experiential Learning.

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