Virtual School Meanderings

December 19, 2019

[L_OSBC_Announce] Instructional Samples Project

The folks at Open School BC sent this around a day or two ago.

I invite you to share this with your friends and colleagues.

Thank you,
Michael Cochrane
Open School BC

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Subject: Instructional Samples Project

Hi everyone,
After many starts and stops and hiccups, I am happy to report that the Instructional Samples project has been completed!

Many moons ago, the Curriculum and Assessment team approached Open School BC about helping to develop and layout sample lessons written by teachers as exemplars for the redesigned curriculum. S was the original project manager and needs to take most of the credit for this project. You should have seen the uber organized files and spreadsheets he created before he left on his S.E. Asia trip. Amazing! And yes, leave me he did. But somehow I managed to see the project to fruition with much help from:

*   J and S stickhandling communication with the upper echelons
*   F for organizing the production crew
*   A for doing a brilliant job with layout (even in French!)

The instructional samples live on the Curriculum website<https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/instructional-samples?field_grade_range_value%5B%5D=10>.

Thanks again, team!
L

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