Educators can use these support materials and tools as they orient themselves to the new curriculum or in their instructional planning. Come back often as resources will be added when they become available.
B.C. Curriculum Comparison Guide
The B.C. Curriculum Comparison Guide provides summary information on the existing IRP’s and the new curriculum at Grades 10-12. Draft guides for all areas of learning will be made available as they are completed. A final single comparison guide is targeted for completion in July 2017.
Framework for Planning Non-instructional time
Planning and Curriculum Model Videos
- Science Saftey Resource Manual (PDF, 5.4 MB)
Resources and Links
- First Peoples Principles of Learning
Aboriginal Worldviews and Perspectives in the Classroom
A resource guide to help support teachers bring Aboriginal content and perspectives into the classroom.
Bamboo Shoots: Chinese Canadian Legacies in BC
Bamboo Shoots is an educational resource for teachers of Grades 5 and 10. This initiative acknowledges the contributions of Chinese Canadians and the historical injustices they faced using a rich gallery of historical photographs, and a wealth of archival documents and personal stories that accompany five lessons at each grade level.
- BCTF’s Teach BC website
Coding and Computational Thinking resources connected to the BC curriculum
One Teacher's Comparison of the Science IRP (2006) with the BC Transformed Curriculum
This video is designed to help teachers understand some of the differences between the previous and redesigned curriculum.