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Learning Outcomes

The new curriculum is composed of a variety of elements. We use learning outcomes to report on student learning. The learning outcomes describe what students are required to know, understand and be able to do by the end of a grade. Teachers use skills and procedures to create learning experiences that support the learning outcomes. Skills and procedures are what students do to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding. They are specific skills, methods, tools, strategies and processes that students will develop as they achieve the learning outcome. 

As part of new curriculum implementation, St. Albert Public teachers have selected high priority skills and procedures. While all skills and procedures are important, the high priority skills and procedures are considered to be the foundational learning. Access the high priority skills and procedures by clicking on the appropriate grade level.  

Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3
Grade 4
Grade 5
Grade 6

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