What are subject specific competencies?

Subject-specific competencies are the specific skills that students must develop in each subject. They call on the students’ knowledge and are grouped into the following five subject areas: Languages. Mathematics, science, and technology.

How does the Quebec school system work?

The education system is made up of several levels: preschool, elementary and secondary school, college, university and post-doctoral studies. The public system is entirely secular. In most educational institutions, classes are mixed.

What is social studies in Quebec?

As a subject area for secondary school, the social sciences consider social phenomena and their complexity in terms of space and time, or more precisely, of geography, history and cit- izenship education. Each of these subjects approaches the social world from a specific viewpoint.

What is cross-curricular teaching and learning?

Cross-curricular learning involves establishing patterns of information between different academic subjects. It offers a creative way of developing knowledge, understanding and practical skills through a study of interconnected topics.

Why is cross-curricular teaching important?

This allows students to broaden their lens of understanding and apply skills and strategies they learn in lessons to deepen their overall understanding and make authentic, real-world connections. Cross-curricular instruction also allows students the opportunity to learn skills in different contexts.

What is learn Quebec?

LEARN is a non-profit educational organization that offers, at no charge, a wealth of information and resources for the English-speaking community in Quebec.

What can you do with a DEC in social science?

A DEC in Social Science offers solid preparation for a wide variety of university degrees in the Social Sciences as well as in fields such as Arts, Education and Law.

How do you teach cross-curricular?

7 steps to create interesting curriculum connections

  1. Communicate with supervisors.
  2. Create a concept map.
  3. Integrate those subjects.
  4. Plan thematic units.
  5. Combine lessons.
  6. Engage in project-based learning.
  7. Collaborate with other teachers.

What is an LES in education?

1. LES. Lamp s t on Elementary School. 1.

What does Lceeq stand for?

Leadership Committee for English Education in Québec (LCEEQ)

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