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The Ministry of Education recently released a new math curriculum for Grades 1–8. This new curriculum will be introduced in September 2020. The revised curriculum incorporates new content across the grades, including fundamental math concepts to build a strong foundation for future learning.
VES will offer courses aligned with the new curriculum. Here’s what students will be doing in the new courses:
Connecting math to everyday life
Students see the math they are learning in everyday, real-world contexts, including through opportunities in developing skills in coding, exploring finances, and creating infographics.
We understand that the well-being of students, families, teachers, and staff is a top priority right now as the world adjusts to the uncertainty related to the coronavirus. These are challenging times in Ontario, across Canada, and around the world.
If you’re reading this, you’re probably no stranger to the benefits of online home learning. It’s self-directed, and you can study anytime and anywhere. But all of that self-determination needs to be balanced with self-care.
At VES, we are committed to supporting the mental health needs of our students, parents, and teachers.
Growth mindset is a phrase that is used regularly when discussing education, but it is also making its way into mainstream personal growth strategies. What does growth mindset mean, and how can it be used in your child’s day-to-day education?
Making the decision to homeschool can be overwhelming, especially if you’re not sure where to begin. As providers of online homeschooling options, Virtual Elementary School and Virtual High School receive questions every day about homeschooling and how to begin. We’d like to share with you the top five things we think you should know before beginning your homeschooling journey in Ontario: