Here are My Kid's Locker YouTube Playlists I created about the three Core Competencies. It has taken me 2 years to create these playlist and I will be continuing to add to them. You can also view them on #projectinspirekids through Twitter.
The core competencies along with literacy and numeracy foundations and essential content and concepts are at the centre of the redesign of curriculum and assessment. Core competencies are sets of intellectual, personal, and social and emotional proficiencies that all students need to develop in order to engage in deep learning and life-long learning. Through provincial consultation, three core competencies were identified. Posters created by the BC Ministry of Education.
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A short video documentary, filmed at a Siwash Gathering in Tsilhqot'in territory (near Sugar Cane), introduces the game of Lahal. Learners will listen and watch to learn not only the rules of the game, but also the purpose both past and present.
Learners will learn about the materials, the hand signals as well as the object and procedures of the game.
Learners will be introduced the the value this game holds for the Tsihlqot'in community both past and present.
Learners will then be asked to calculate theoretical probabilities of certain results in the game.
Learners will be introduced to experiential probability and will have an opportunity to conduct a math experiment in small groups.
Learners will have a chance to reflect on their learning after watching a first nation's dance celebrating Laval.
Finally, if the teacher wishes, the actual game of Lahal can be played!
Worksheets, links to videos, music, etc. provided.
*Theoretical probability (with 2 independent events)
*Experiential probability (with 2 independent events)
*Develop, demonstrate, and apply mathematical understanding through play, inquiry, and problem solving
*Connection to first people's principles of learning and learning content
*Learning recognizes the role of indigenous knowledge
*Learning ultimately supports the well-being of the self, the family, the community, the land, the spirits and the ancestors