BC’s Redesigned Curriculum:
From Theory to Practice

A learning series of videos and activities to help educators implement BC’s curriculum.

As we work with BC’s redesigned curriculum and updated graduation program, it’s important to consider the connections so implementation can be purposeful, accurate and efficient. This learning series aims to emphasize these connections and identify leverage points.

This series is for educators, school and district teams. It’s a compilation of work done by the Ministry of Education, and Educational Programs Division Secondees Heather Brown and Tammy Renyard during the 2018-2019 school year. Heather and Tammy travelled the province working with a variety of groups focused on finding the connections within and between all aspects of the renewed curriculum and provincial assessments.

Presentation Options

The learning series was designed to be worked through by a group of participants to share and learn together. Educators may use the series on their own, but working with one or more colleagues is a better approach.

The series can be completed in one full day or over several sessions (e.g., five hour-long segments or ten half-hour segments). It’s important to follow the set order as each module builds upon the next.

For details on module and activity completion times, please see the Facilitator’s Guide (PDF).

Workshop Facilitation

This learning series works well as a facilitated full-day professional learning opportunity for educators. For details please download the guide.

Facilitator’s Guide (PDF)



Tammy and Heather would like to express gratitude to the countless educators around the province whose thoughtful and professional dialogue has shaped the thinking represented in this series.

Open School BC is pleased to host this website for BC educators.