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A Curriculum for the Heart of Young People

This monograph series “A Curriculum for the Heart of Young People”
presents a framework for thinking about Catholic curriculum and illustrates how the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations can both inspire and support curriculum development.

 

The Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations: A Curriculum for the Heart of Young People

This monograph is the first in a series, “A Curriculum for the Heart of Young People.” It presents a framework for thinking about Catholic curriculum and illustrates how the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations can both inspire and support curriculum development.

 

 

 

 

A Curriculum for the Heart of Young People: A Discerning Believer

This is the second monograph in the series, “A Curriculum for the Heart of Young People,” and it focuses on how the graduate expectation, “A Discerning Believer” is foundational for Catholic curriculum.

 

 

 

 

 

A Curriculum for the Heart of Young People: An Effective Communicator

This is the third monograph in the series, “A Curriculum for the Heart of Young People,” and it focuses on how the graduate expectation, “An Effective Communicator” is foundational for Catholic curriculum.

 

 

 

 

 

A Curriculum for the Heart of Young People: A Reflective, Creative and Holistic Thinker

This fourth monograph in the series, “A Curriculum for the Heart of Young People,” focuses on how the graduate expectation, “A Reflective, Creative and Holistic Thinker” is foundational for Catholic curriculum.

 

 

 

 

A Curriculum for the Heart of Young People: Self-Directed, Responsible, Lifelong Learner

This fifth monograph in the series, “A Curriculum for the Heart of Young People”,  focuses on how the graduate expectation, “A Self-Directed, Responsible, Lifelong Learner” is foundational for Catholic curriculum.

 

 

 

 

A Curriculum for the Heart of Young People: A Collaborative Contributor

This sixth monograph in the series, “A Curriculum for the Heart of Young People”, focuses on how the graduate expectation, “A Collaborative Contributor” is foundational for Catholic curriculum.