Complete Core Competency Definitions and explanations (Ministry of Ed BC)
Please note that the following resources have not yet been updated with the latest Core Competencies added in 2019 (Collaboration & Reflective Thinking) but will be very useful to students with building a Core Competency portfolio:
CORE COMPETENCIES Youtube video explanation: https://youtu.be/uP4ndQ5ckoY (1:54)
Core Competency explanations & “I can statement” examples
“I Can Statements” one page graphic (N. Van SD)
Moscrop Core Competency information page
Examples of artefacts for core competencies (curtesy of Moscrop SLI Committee)
Can’t think of good examples/artefacts? Read these questions to help you find the perfect artefact!
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Session 2 for CLC 12 will be held on Monday and Tuesday, December 16, and 17.
All English Immersion students are expected to attend ONE session. Attendance will be taken, and marks given for participation. (French Immersion students need to check with Mme Kazulin as to when she will offer this CLC 12 session).
Click the poster below for details:
MOSCROP’S 7th ANNUAL CAREER FAIR IS HERE! WED. OCTOBER 30th, IN THE SMALL GYM AND LIBRARY LEARNING COMMONS
Finally! Here is the list of amazing guests joining us this year for the senior Career Fair.
- Read through and identify who you want to talk to first.
- Note the table numbers and location of guests (SG= Small Gym, LIB=Library)
- View the map to locate and plan your visit
TIPS: look for the focus areas of interest on the left-hand column, then scroll through the various career areas represented. Read a few biographies to get a sense for who our guests are, and what you might want to ask them!
Do you want to go to the library first? or the small gym? Take a look at the map and see who is where:
2019 CAREER FAIR EVENT MAP *Oct 29 update: full map is now viewable
Small Gym: Business, STEM & Science, Health, Trades
Library: Fine Arts, Design, Media, Hospitality, Human Services, Law, Public Safety
What can you ask our guests to help you learn more about these amazing career-life options?
There have been two core competencies subcategories added to the list!
Collaboration and Critical and Reflective Thinking.
Learn more about all of the Core Competencies here so that you can begin added evidence to your Core Competency Portfolio.
And continue collecting evidence and artefacts that represent your growth in all of the Core Competencies. Post them to your www.MyBlueprint.ca portfolio for safe keeping. Have at LEAST one example from your Work Experience.
Mrs. Dato / Ms. Wispinski
Welcome to the Moscrop Grad Transitions 12 and Career Life Connections 11 Blog. Please use the top drop-down menu to find the information you are looking for. You will find information about Grad Transitions / CLC requirements by graduation year, as well as various forms, resources, assignments and information. Stay tuned for updated information about the new requirements coming in for Grads of 2021, expected to be finalized in June 2019.
Here are some quick links:
You will learn about the requirements of the Graduation Program and begin to plan for successful completion of high school. As a part of this, you will also be introduced to the Graduation Transitions(Grade 2004 program)/Career Life Connections requirements (New Grad program)
Information for Grads of 2019
Information for Grads of 2020
Mrs. Dato, Room 313
Graduation Transitions Advisor