An online platform where Gr. 7 and 8 teachers, and students can engage virtually with other groups province-wide to participate in five distinct Catholic modules focused around the sacrament of Confirmation.
This teacher resource is intended to assist those teachers with a combined class of grades 3 and 4 students. Organization of instruction is by liturgical year, theme and clustered expectations.
21st Century Shepherds was created to address the very pressing need of providing educators with both the knowledge of their moral, legal and ethical obligations around student data and providing a toolkit for evaluating the relative safety of the tool for student use.
This resource provides teachers with practical implementation strategies to connect the assessment principles of Growing Success with the Elementary Religious Education Curriculum (2012).
This resource offers strategies intended to assist those teachers with a combined class of grades 2 and 3 students.
Integrate student digital portfolios in the K – 6 classroom.
This document uses student voice and inquiry in the classroom to enhance pedagogy.
Growing in Faith, Growing in Christ: Combined Grades 1 and 2 Teaching Strategies is a teacher resource intended to assist those teachers with a combined class of grades 1 and 2 students.
The Ethical and Responsible Use of Information and Communication Technology – A Guideline for all Stakeholders in Catholic Education will provide intermediate and secondary teachers with lessons to deal with this very current and critical topic.
The Assessment, Evaluation and Reporting in Elementary Religious Education – A Research Report provides a reference for curriculum consultants, coordinators and/or future writers to use when addressing assessment, evaluation and reporting of the current Religious Education programs in Catholic schools in Ontario.
Whatever you do – you do unto me is a rich Catholic resource which was developed in partnership by the Catholic Curriculum Corporation and Free The Children.
The Robust Thinking Tasks and the Ontario Catholic Graduate Expectations provide elementary teachers with current information around the Ministry of Education`s challenge to create rich Robust Thinking Tasks for students.
The Integrating Science and Technology and Catholic Curriculum Maps, Understanding Life Systems resource provides practical examples for teachers in using the Catholic Curriculum Corporation’s Catholic Curriculum Maps, to support the implementation of the Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1-8: Science and Technology strand, Understanding Life Systems from a uniquely Catholic perspective.
The ICT Numeracy Activities resource provides a wide range of numeracy activities and resources for Kindergarten to Grade 8 based on the Data Management & Probability and the Geometry & Spatial Sense strands.
This resource, version 1.0, is the result of a dynamic partnership between CARFLEO, Institute for Catholic Education (ICE), Central Curriculum Corporation (CCC), Eastern Ontario Catholic Curriculum Cooperative (EOCCC) and Northern Ontario Catholic Curriculum Cooperative (NOCCC).
This ‘Catholic Perspective’ is a support document for the teacher’s guide to the CBC Video Series ‘Canada: A People’s History’.
The Catholic Curriculum Maps Grade K-8 is a rich resource which helps teachers plan and implement a distinctive Catholic curriculum.
This resource assists educators in fostering a spiritual experience within the Catholic school community.
To assist teachers in using ICT within their Language program to improve student literacy. The use of computer-based instructional strategies supports and enriches student learning in the areas of reading, writing and oral and visual communication, as well as the development of ICT competencies.
Sacramental Preparation for Students with Special Needs – A Guide for Catholic Educators Audience: Grade K-12 Descriptor: This resource will assist educators in providing appropriate preparation for the sacraments to students with special needs, foster an attitude of inclusion, raise…
This resource is intended to assist writers who will be working on writing projects/units.
Engaging the Soul through the ARTS will provide elementary teachers with concrete lessons on how to bring the Ontario Catholic Graduate Expectations to life in the Arts.
Educators will find that this document provides an outstanding alignment of expectations, as well as a clear articulation of Catholic educational resources.
Ethical and Responsible Use of ICT Part II provides a uniquely Catholic, faith-based perspective which will help teachers assist their young students in making sense of digital technologies.
Listen and Hear My Voice approaches Media Literacy by identifying the critical learning and guiding questions which find their underpinnings in the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations.
Leprosy in the World Today: Answering the Call to Care is resource developed by the CCC in partnership with The Leprosy Mission Canada organization.
At the request of the Institute for Catholic Education, the Catholic Curriculum Corporation Central and Western Region (CCC), Faith in Education Council members have been involved in the process of reviewing the draft policy, offering direction in revisions and implementation strategies.
Through the leadership of the Institute for Catholic Education, Ontario now has its first-ever Ontario Catholic Elementary Curriculum Policy Document Grades 1-8, Family Life.
“We Have Neither Silver Nor Gold”: Sample Lessons and Units For Implementing the Religious Education Curriculum Policy Document 2012.
Footprints: The Ontario Catholic Graduate Expectations in the 21st Century is an online resource of 7, 4-hour modules for upper Elementary students and 7, 4-hour modules for Secondary students.
This resource will assist educators in providing appropriate preparation for the sacraments to students with special needs, foster an attitude of inclusion, raise the awareness of educators in regards to available resources, and provide support to educators and parish priests for sacramental preparation at the school level for students with special needs.