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Secteur - Services à la communauté anglophone (SSCA) - MELS

Whereas the regular and recurring activities of the Ministère de l'Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport (MELS) serve the entire school system in Québec, the mandate of the Sector for Services to the English-Speaking Community (SSCA) is to promote and support the implementation of Ministry policies and orientations in English schools, in collaboration with other sectors of the Ministry. The SSCA also initiates projects enabling schools in the English sector to maintain the quality of their educational services. >> Learn more...

LEARN provides support for two key SSCA-MELS initiatives, the Guidance-Oriented Approach to Learning (GOAL) and New Approaches, New Solutions (NANS), a school improvement initiative.

  • GOAL - The Guidance-Oriented Approach to Learning is viewed by many as the final, integrating piece of the reform of the curriculum for schools and centres. It supports the lifelong learning philosophy that career-life planning is a long-term personal commitment that must be inculcated early in a child's life and reinforced in adults through relevant, experiential and reflective activities that link the individual's development of self-knowledge and self-direction to the community in which he/she lives.

  • School Improvement in Québec - This web site is designed to be a kind of online think tank for school improvement. All of the information documents, models and reports that appear on this site have been developed by active participants in the success process at the school, board and ministerial levels.

clc_logo_en Community Learning Centres (CLC)

The CLCs initiative is aimed at supporting the development of a diverse group of CLCs that will serve as ‘hubs’ for English-language education and community development in their respective communities, as well as offer models for future practice. >> Learn more...

recit_logo RÉCIT - Réseau pour le développement des Compétences par l'Intégration des Technologies

What is a RÉCIT? - a network of resources and people for the development of student competencies using Information and Communication Technology (ICT). >> Learn more...
cslp_logo  Established in 1988 and based at Concordia University, the Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance (CSLP) is a research centre consisting of over 70 full members, research collaborators and/or associates, 20 support staff, and over 200 graduate students. Researchers are from Concordia (Education and Psychology), McGill, Université de Montréal, UQAM, Bishop's, Louisiana State, Johns Hopkins, Simon Fraser, UBC, Guelph, and McMaster universities, and at CEGEP Montmorency and Vanier and Dawson Colleges. CSLP partnerships span the Ministry of Education (Anglophone Services), the LEARN-RECIT, eight English language school boards, and some French language school boards. CSLP/CEAP research aims to develop strategies and tools to facilitate students' acquisition of general competencies that foster communication, literacy, numeracy, and inquiry skills for creative use in educational and workplace settings. >> Learn more...
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