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NEW - We Have Neither Silver Nor Gold
Equity and Inclusion: From the Lens of the Catholic Social Teachings
Family Life Policy Documents Grades 1-8
Religious Education Grades 1-8 Policy Documents
Mental Health: Hope, Dignity and Our Compassionate Response - A Grade 9-10 Resource
Financial Literacy and Religious Education
Financial Literacy and Family Life Education
Secondary Critical Thinking Tasks and the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations
Listen and Hear My Voice - ICT Media Literacy Resource
Leprosy in the World Today: Answering the Call to Care
Ethical and Responsible Use of Information and Communication Technology Part II Elementary
Curriculum Links Between The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1-8: Health and Physical Education, Interim Edition, 2010 (Revised) and the Fully Alive Program and Other Catholic Education Resources
Engaging the Soul through the ARTS
Secondary Resources
Rich Performance Tasks for Secondary Religion Courses
Catholic Curriculum Maps Foundational Support for Catholic Teachers
Writing Catholic Curriculum Course 2006
Sacramental Preparation for Students with Special Needs - A Guide for Catholic Educators
Information and Communication Technology Literacy Activities 2005
Gifts of Love - A Collection of Prayer Services 2003
Catholic Curriculum Maps - Foundational Support for Catholic Teachers 2006
Canada: A People`s History - The Catholic Perspective Guide to the CBC Video Series 2002
A Framework for Kindergarten in Catholic Schools in God's Image - A Primary Foundation
Supplemental Resources to Support Grade 7-8 Family Life Programs
Integrating Mathematics and Information & Communication Technology
Integrating Science and Technology and Catholic Curriculum Maps
Robust Thinking Tasks and the Ontario Catholic Graduate Expectations
Called to Change the World
Assessment, Evaluation and Reporting in Elementary Religious Education - A Research Report
The Ethical and Responsible Use of Information and Communication
Technology - A Guideline for all Stakeholders in Catholic Education
 
 
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NEW - We Have Neither Silver Nor Gold
Audience:  
Grades 7-8
Descriptor:  
"We Have Neither Silver Nor Gold": Sample Lessons and Units For Implementing the Religious Education Curriculum Policy Document 2012

In 2012 the Catholic Education Community was introduced to the Religious Education Ontario Catholic Elementary Policy Grades 1-8 (2012) document from the Institute for Catholic Education and the Assembly of Catholic Bishops of Ontario. While this new curriculum policy is an excellent tool to assist teachers with evangelization, it necessitated new curriculum materials to bring it alive in classrooms. While the creation of these new resources has begun, the Intermediate grade materials will be the last to become available. "We Have Neither Silver Nor Gold" will support teachers of Grades 7 and 8 with implementing the Religious Education Ontario Catholic Elementary Policy Grades 1-8 (2012) document through this transition period. It offers a possible clustering of expectations based on the liturgical year, sample lessons in the three-part lesson format, assessment strategies for, as, and of learning, and a list of Catholic electronic resources easily accessible.
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Equity and Inclusion: From the Lens of the Catholic Social Teachings
Audience:  
Grades 9-12
Descriptor:  
Equity and Inclusion: From the Lens of the Catholic Social Teachings is a classroom resource which provides teachers with nine frameworks with Guiding Questions related to Equity and Inclusion, The Ontario Catholic Graduate Expectations, Critical Literacy and the Catholic Social Teachings. Each framework is followed by exemplary lessons from a wide range of secondary subjects including Philosophy, the Arts, English, Mathematics, Science, Business, and Equity and Diversity courses.
These practical lessons provide secondary teachers and students with ways to integrate a faith perspective in a multi-disciplinary approach; the lessons are grounded in our Catholic Social Teachings and Equity and Inclusion strategies. This resource provides an amazing example and springboard for secondary teachers to take and use the frameworks in their classroom.
Download the complete 7.2MB document from the download link below or download these individual files:
Introduction(440KB)
Common Good(1.1MB)
Dignity of the Human Person(2.5MB)
Economic Justice(307KB)
Preferential Option for the Poor(292KB)
Promotion of Peace(978KB)
Rights & Responsibilities(858KB)
Solidarity(280KB)
Stewardship(399KB)
Subsidiarity(864KB)

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Family Life Policy Documents Grades 1-8
Audience:  
Grades 1-8
Descriptor:  
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. The Family Life Policy, as approved by the Assembly of Catholic Bishops of Ontario, provides clear guidelines for the teaching of Family Life and outlines the overall and specific expectations for each grade. The policy is aligned with the Fully Alive program.

The policy is available here for download or it can be acquired from the ICE or CARFLEO websites:
http://www.iceont.ca/
http://www.carfleo.org/

To support the implementation of the new Family Life Policy a powerpoint and learning summaries has been developed through the dedicated work of Katharine Stevenson, Halton CDSB. Please feel free to download and use these materials as they are presented, acknowledging the source board: Halton CDSB.

Family Life Policy
Learning Summaries
PowerPoint


The narrated Family Life Ed module, which can be viewed by teachers without the need of a facilitator, is now posted on YouTube and can be accessed at http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=mNFi95gJh_g
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Religious Education Grades 1-8 Policy Documents
Audience:  
Grades 1-8
Descriptor:  
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. Specifically the CCC was asked to assist boards by developing three introductory activities or modules for school administrators and teachers to become familiar with the forward section of the new policy. They can be used as standalone modules or a combination thereof, as the information aligns from one activity to the next. There is a User Guide to explain each module which has a PowerPoint and a placemat or graphic organizer. We hope it assists Catholic boards as they implement the new Religious Education Policy.
Elementary Religious Education Policy Document
Elementary Religious Education User Guide

Module A - An Introduction to the Policy The learning goal of this presentation is to provide an opportunity for participants to become familiar with the new Religious Education (RE) Policy. This presentation will provide opportunities for interaction, reflection, and integration using the policy document. Activities will address the following questions: 1. What is the authority of the Elementary Religious Education Policy Document? 2. Why create an Elementary Religious Education Policy Document at this time? 3. What is the New Evangelization? 4. What are the distinctive features of the Elementary Religious Education Policy Document? An accompanying placemat is available to be used to anchor the learning.
Module A - Introduction Speaker Notes
Module A - Placemat

Module B - The New Evangelization The new Religious Education policy recognizes that we are in a new moment. We can no longer be assured that our students have a rich faith life at home and in their parish community. The New Evangelization recognizes that we need to nurture fundamental religious literacy. Participants will be asked to look at the New Evangelization through the Emmaus Scripture story and identify and discuss the eight elements we are called to teach. A graphic organizer to record key findings is provided.
Module B - New Evangelization Speaker Notes
Module B - Graphic Organizer

Module C - The Six Strands of the Curriculum All participants are divided into small groups to reflect upon one strand and share their ideas. Then the definition and Fundamental Concepts of each strand is explored. Teachers are invited to make connections to current practices in teaching Religion and to identify areas for new learning. As well, participants have an overview of the Hope Expectations which lead to further discussion of the Fundamental Concepts. A graphic organizer for the Gallery Walk activity is provided.
Module C - Six Strands Speaker Notes
Module C - Placemat
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Mental Health: Hope, Dignity and Our Compassionate Response - A Grade 9-10 Resource
Audience:  
Grades 9-10
Descriptor:  
Over the past year the Ministry of Education has been developing a three year plan for Ontario school boards to support student mental health and well-being. This new resource provides a uniquely Catholic, faith-based perspective which will help teachers address a variety of mental health and mental illness topics, including strategies to address the stigma surrounding mental health. Teachers will have a range of activities which will engage students to think critically about the issues of mental health and to respond in a manner that is congruent with their faith.
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Financial Literacy and Religious Education
Audience:  
Grades 9-12
Descriptor:  
In 2010, the Ontario Working Group on Financial Literacy articulated a vision: Ontario students will have the skills and knowledge to take responsibility for managing their personal financial well-being with confidence, competence and a compassionate awareness of the work around them. This outstanding new Catholic resource, Financial Literacy and Religious Education provides lessons which will help secondary teachers address the core content and competencies required for financial literacy through the lens of the religious education programs.
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Financial Literacy and Family Life Education
Audience:  
Grade 4-8
Descriptor:  
In 2010, the Ontario Working Group on Financial Literacy articulated a vision: Ontario students will have the skills and knowledge to take responsibility for managing their personal financial well-being with confidence, competence and a compassionate awareness of the work around them. This outstanding new Catholic resource, Financial Literacy and Family Life Education provides lessons which will help grade 4-8 elementary teachers address the core content and competencies required for financial literacy through the lens of the Family Life Education programs.
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Secondary Critical Thinking Tasks and the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations
Audience:  
Grade 9-12
Descriptor:  
Secondary Critical Thinking Tasks and the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations provides lessons for secondary school teachers. The resource invites students to think critically about what they see and hear within the context of the OCSGEs and our Catholic social teachings. With this lens students will view and reflect upon various mentor artifacts. Based on the focus of the expectation, the mentor artifact and learning goal, secondary students are asked to respond to the critical thinking tasks in light of gospel values.
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Listen and Hear My Voice - ICT Media Literacy Resource
Audience:  
Grade K-8
Descriptor:  
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. This new resource provides a uniquely Catholic, faith-based perspective which will help teachers address a variety of literacy and cross-curricular expectations through the use of ministry licensed software. Teachers will have a range of ICT activities which will engage students to think critically about the influence of media in their lives and provide them with skills to respond in a manner that is congruent with their faith.
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Leprosy in the World Today: Answering the Call to Care
Audience:  
Grade 7-12
Descriptor:  
Leprosy in the World Today: Answering the Call to Care is resource developed by the CCC in partnership with The Leprosy Mission Canada organization. Answering the Call to Care is a classroom resource which provides teachers with practical lessons for elementary and secondary students. The lessons, grounded in the Catholic Social Teachings, make the link from the Ontario Catholic Graduate Expectations and the expectations of the Religious Education and Family Life and cross-curricular connections, to the work of The Leprosy Mission Canada. The lessons provide faith-filled activities for learning about Leprosy in the world today and answering the call to assist those who are affected by the disease. A DVD and new website has been developed for students as an integral part of the resource. Visit www.answeringthecall.ca
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Ethical and Responsible Use of Information and Communication Technology Part II Elementary
Audience:  
Grade 1-6
Descriptor:  
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. The resource is divided into three main sections: Teaching about Digital Citizenship, Copyright and Intellectual Property and Our Global Village. With an introduction, teachers will find foundational skills viewed through the Catholic social teachings and the Catholic Graduate Expectations which are embedded in case studies, sample learning goals and success criteria, activities, resources and BLMs. Primary and junior Catholic teachers have a rich teaching resource at their fingertips!
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Curriculum Links Between The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1-8: Health and Physical Education, Interim Edition, 2010 (Revised) and the Fully Alive Program and Other Catholic Education Resources
Audience:  
Grade 1-8
Descriptor:  
Educators will find that this document provides an outstanding alignment of expectations, as well as a clear articulation of Catholic educational resources.

You can also locate this document on the ICE website here.

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Engaging the Soul through the ARTS
Audience:  
Grade 1-8
Descriptor:  
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. Mentor texts, similar to those in the 2009 CCC Robust Thinking and the Ontario Graduate Expectations, are used to link the overall expectations of the Arts and the Ontario Catholic Graduate Expectations. Teachers are provided with activities by which students are invited to create, present, reflect and respond, while exploring form and cultural perspectives. Primary, junior and intermediate teachers can use this rich Catholic resource to engage their students in Dance, Drama, Music and Visual Arts lessons - an invitation to Engage the Soul through the ARTS!
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Secondary Resources
Audience:  
Grade 9-10
Descriptor:  
The CCC has produced a number of electronic resources related to the following secondary courses:

• CGC1P Geography of Canada, Gr. 9 Applied
• CHC2P Canadian History WW I, Gr. 10 Applied
• CHV2O Civics, Gr. 10 Open
• ENG1D English, Gr. 9 Academic
• ENG1P English, Gr. 9 Applied
• ENG2D English, Gr. 10 Academic
• ENG2P English, Gr. 10 Applied
• GLC2O Career Studies, Gr. 10 Open
• HRE1O Religious Education, Gr. 9 Open
• MFM1P Foundations of Mathematics, Gr. 9 Applied
• SNC1P Science, Gr. 9 Applied

http://resources.elearningontario.ca
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Rich Performance Tasks for Secondary Religion Courses
Audience:  
Grade 9-12
Descriptor:  
Student engagement is always a challenge at secondary, especially in Religious Education Courses. Assessment and evaluation practices continue to evolve in light of ongoing research. The focus of this resource addresses both of these issues by assisting students in Grades 9-12 Religion classes to make a bridge not only between the concepts they are learning in class, but to authentically make connections between what they are learning and their own lives . The tasks are designed to not only focus and engage the students, but will also build community and respect in the classroom in light of the Ontario Catholic Graduate Expectations and the Ontario Catholic Secondary Curriculum Policy Document for Religious Education.
Grade
Title
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9
Be With Me: Journeying with Jesus
10
Christ and Culture: What it means to be a Catholic Church Member
11
Faith and Culture: World Religions
12
Church and Culture: Kingdom of God
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Catholic Curriculum Maps Foundational Support for Catholic Teachers
Audience:  
Grade 9-12
Descriptor:  
Halton Catholic District School Board generously has shared the work done in the development of the Catholic Curriculum Core Maps Grade 9-12. This is a continuation of the Core Maps developed with the CCC for the elementary panel.

Mandated to teach the provincial curriculum, Catholic teachers use the CCC Curriculum Maps to help them make the Catholic content visible.

A Catholic Theme and Essential Questions for each grade help to provide the Catholic lens by which all other subject areas can be viewed in light of the Catholic social teachings. The Maps are a rich planning tool for Catholic teachers and a guide for student reflection and response.

Again, thank you Halton CDSB for sharing this resource which is an integral part of their board's Focus on Faith framework.
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Writing Catholic Curriculum Course 2006
Audience:  
Grade K-12
Descriptor:  
This resource is intended to assist writers who will be working on writing projects/units. It provides a framework for writers to plan and review the work of infusing the Catholic world view into the content of their writing, as well as providing background information, resources and reflective readings. The appendices contain many practical resources for planning and classroom use.
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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 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.
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Acrobat Reader, Microsoft PowerPoint
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( 328KB )

 
 
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Information and Communication Technology Literacy Activities 2005
Audience:  
Grade K-8
Descriptor:  
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. For each grade, the following components are provided: Grade-Specific Title Page, Activity Overview Chart, Writing Activities, Reading Activities, Oral & Visual Communication Activities.
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Gifts of Love - A Collection of Prayer Services 2003
Audience:  
Grade K-12
Descriptor:  
This resource assists educators in fostering a spiritual experience within the Catholic school community. Catholic Education is committed to the ongoing formation of the soul. It is hoped that this resource may help facilitate the communal process of transformation which is the mission of Catholic Education. Reflecting special times within the school and liturgical calendar a number of prayers services have been created for your use.
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Catholic Curriculum Maps - Foundational Support for Catholic Teachers 2006
Audience:  
Grade K-8
Descriptor:  
The Catholic Curriculum Maps Grade K-8 is a rich resource which helps teachers plan and implement a distinctive Catholic curriculum. Mandated to teach the provincial curriculum, Catholic teachers use the CCC Curriculum Maps to help them make the Catholic content visible. A Catholic Theme and Essential Questions identified from the Religious Education and Family Life Education programs help to provide the Catholic lens by which all other subject areas can be viewed in light of the Catholic social teachings. The Maps are a rich planning tool for Catholic teachers and a guide for student reflection and response.
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Canada: A People`s History - The Catholic Perspective Guide to the CBC Video Series 2002
Audience:  
Grade 6-8
Descriptor:  
This `Catholic Perspective` is a support document for the teacher`s guide to the CBC Video Series `Canada: A People`s History`. It integrates the students` learning of Canadian history with gospel values found in Jesus` teachings. Each lesson focuses on one aspect of the video, either through the historical people that are involved or through a specific or general event. The support document references the appropriate Ontario Graduate Expectations and gospel values, provides guidelines for each video lesson (Orientation, Before Viewing, During Viewing, and After Viewing) and black line masters for student response.
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A Framework for Kindergarten in Catholic Schools in God's Image - A Primary Foundation
Audience:  
Grade K
Descriptor:  
This resource, A Framework for Kindergarten in Catholic Schools - In God`s Image A Primary Foundation is a document which highlights the appropriateness and continued currency of the In God`s Image for four and five year old students. The framework demonstrates how the activities found In God`s Image are relevant and can be used to meet many of the Kindergarten expectations, as outlined by the Ministry of Education. A Framework for Kindergarten in Catholic Schools is a rich resource including such topics as: Developmentally Appropriate Practices, Entry to School, Building a Welcoming Learning Environment, Monthly Planning Themes, Literacy and Numeracy, Assessment and Evaluation and many other valuable resources for Catholic Kindergarten teachers.
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Supplemental Resources to Support Grade 7-8 Family Life Programs
Audience:  
Grade 7-8
Descriptor:  
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). It has been developed and reviewed by Catholic teachers, consultants and the Education Commission of the Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops to support Grade Seven and Eight teachers who wish to offer a more contemporary perspective on topics that are addressed in their family life program. It is NOT a replacement for Fully Alive or any other Family Life resource.

Grade
Title
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7-8
Introductory Letter from Bishop Durocher
7-8
Parent Letter Template
7
Part 1-Grade 7 Manual includes:
    Bullying Prevention
    Dating and Relationships
    Family Structures
    Suicide Prevention

8
Part 2-Grade 8 Manual includes:
    Addictions and Substance Abuse
    Bullying Prevention
    Family Structures
    Dangers of Pornography
    Dating and Relationships
    Same Sex Attraction
    STI’s and the Risks of Contraception
    Stress and Grief
    Suicide Prevention
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Integrating Mathematics and Information & Communication Technology
Audience:  
Grade K-8
Descriptor:  
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. The lessons focus on the integration of ministry licensed computer software to meet expectations. It has a user-friendly presentation of lessons, activity templates, student instruction BLM and other resources to assist teachers in their planning, teaching and assessment of mathematics, while incorporating technology as a tool to support the mathematical understanding.
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GradeTitleDownload
K-8Introduction
KData Management and Probability Strand
KGeometry and Spatial Sense Strand
1Data Management and Probability Strand
1Geometry and Spatial Sense Strand
2Data Management and Probability Strand
2Geometry and Spatial Sense Strand
3Data Management and Probability Strand
3Geometry and Spatial Sense Strand
4Data Management and Probability Strand
4Geometry and Spatial Sense Strand
5Data Management and Probability Strand
5Geometry and Spatial Sense Strand
6Data Management and Probability Strand
6Geometry and Spatial Sense Strand
7Data Management and Probability Strand
7Geometry and Spatial Sense Strand
8Data Management and Probability Strand
8Geometry and Spatial Sense Strand
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Integrating Science and Technology and Catholic Curriculum Maps
Audience:  
Grade 1-8
Descriptor:  
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. Each grade has a Unit At-A-Glance chart outlining the Catholic World View, Topic, Unit Guiding Question, Unit Culminating Task, Essential Understandings and Unit Overview. This is followed by a series of Subtask and Lessons and some supporting BLM. An assessment rubric is also provided for each Culminating Task.
Grade
Title
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1-8
Introduction
1
Needs & Characteristics of Living Things
2
Growth and Changes in Animals
3
Growth and Changes in Plants
4
Habitats and Communities
5
Human Organ Systems
6
Biodiversity
7
Interactions in the Environment
8
Cells
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Robust Thinking Tasks and the Ontario Catholic Graduate Expectations
Audience:  
Grade 1-8
Descriptor:  
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. This resource uses the Ontario Graduate Expectations as the `big ideas` upon which teachers can invite students to explore their opinions, values, thoughts and experiences, examining them through a suggested mentor text. The OCGE`s provide the Catholic lens by which students will come to a deeper understanding of the texts and their meaning.
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Called to Change the World
Audience:  
Grade 7, 10-12
Descriptor:  
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. It provides teachers with practical lessons for Grades 7, 10 and 11/12. The lessons, grounded in the Catholic Social Teachings, make the link from the Ontario Catholic Graduate Expectations and the Expectations of the Religious Education and Family Life Education documents to the work of Free The Children. The lessons provide engaging activities for learning, leading, serving and changing the world.

A DVD resource, an integral part of the classroom resource, has been provided to each CCC member board with permission to duplicate.
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Assessment, Evaluation and Reporting in Elementary Religious Education - A Research Report
Audience:  
Grade K-8
Descriptor:  
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. The resource reviews a range of data sources, poses leading questions, essential learnings and recommendations based on the research. The resource also examines assessment, evaluation and reporting found in each unit, Kindergarten to Grade 8 Born of the Spirit and We Are Strong Together series in light of current Backward Design for curriculum planning and assessment language from the Ministry.
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The Ethical and Responsible Use of Information and Communication
Technology - A Guideline for all Stakeholders in Catholic Education
Audience:  
Grade 7-12
Descriptor:  
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 Grade 7-12 resource provides a uniquely Catholic, faith-based perspective which will help teachers as they assist their students in making sense of the digital technologies. Technology is a powerful tool and youth need the guidance and modeling of knowledgeable adults so they can critically examine and assess the value, impact and potentially constructive educational benefits of such technology. The introduction, scenarios, lesson framework and overviews provide teachers with those foundational skills which are viewed through the Catholic social teachings.

Creative Commons License
Ethical & Responsible Use of Information & Communication Technology Guideline by Catholic Curriculum Corporation - Western Region is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 Canada License



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