The ministry is seeking input from community partners on experiential learning policy
The Ministry of Education is expanding experiential learning to provide students from kindergarten to grade 12 with a broader range of learning opportunities that are “connected to the community.” This is learning that takes place both inside and outside the classroom, and in partnership with local, national and international community organizations and businesses.
To help inform the development of this policy for Ontario schools, the ministry is looking for feedback on the draft Community-Connected Experiential Learning Policy Framework. You can provide feedback until May 2016, by visiting the ministry's website.
Making My Way offers online resources and tools to help you make informed decisions and explore your options after high school. You'll also learn about the five pathways to success after high school—apprenticeship, college, independent living, university and the workplace.
Explore career options and educational requirements in different sectors—arts, business, health/sciences, IT, social sciences and skilled trades.
If you're in grade 8 or in high school, you'll need to select courses for the following year. The
Common Course Calendar will provide course descriptions, prerequisites and information about how to select courses. Talk to your parents, a guidance counsellor at your school or a teacher about your choice of courses.
Learn more about:
Making My Way: Pathways for all students brochure