BC’s Education Plan is based on a simple vision:

Capable young people thriving in a rapidly changing world.

To achieve this, we need an education system that better engages students in their own learning and that fosters the skills and competencies they will need to succeed. The focus for this transformation is the movement to increasingly personalized learning, which is enabled and supported by quality teaching and learning, flexibility and choice, and high standards.

Download the January 2015 update of the BC’s Education Plan +

BC's Education Plan

K-12 Innovation Strategy: Moving personalized learning from concept to everyday practice

BC's Focus on Learning: K-12 Innovation 2015

As part of the BC’s Education Plan to move to more personalized learning opportunities for B.C. students, the K-12 Innovation Strategy will support a partnership of schools, post-secondary institutions and teachers as they develop new, innovative teaching practices and approaches.

Learn more about the K-12 Innovation Partnership

K-12 Innovation Forum: Highlights from around B.C.

There is a need to create more opportunities to students to apply their knowledge in real-world settings, outside the bounds of a traditional classroom – and this requires new and renewed community partnerships. The K-12 Innovation Forum is an opportunity for business, First Nations and community leaders to come together and discuss how to best support the K-12 Innovation Strategy in British Columbia as it moves from concept to everyday practice.

There are many examples of innovative teaching and learning practices in our province. The video highlights we’ve captured below from some of our school districts is a snapshot that helps tell the story of innovative, hands-on student learning. They also reinforce the importance of creating engaging, meaningful learning experiences for our students, that help them be better prepared for their future.

BC's Focus On Learning

BC’s Focus on Learning: Rising to the Global Challenge

On Jan. 29, the Ministry of Education hosted BC’s Focus on Learning at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue in Vancouver. This forum brought together International experts and leaders from B.C.’s business, community, and educations sectors to discuss education transformation and how we can better support students’ learning needs.

Watch the archive of the January 29th webcast:

Read the agenda and speaker bios (PDF)