I conclude the year with my students


The main purpose of this section is to help you prepare the report communicating your students’ learning during the third term and to help your students successfully complete their school year. You will find, among other things, an explanation of the elements required to prepare this report and the topics students can reflect on to consolidate their learning.

At the beginning of the third term, you reviewed your overall planning, taking into account the portrait of your students’ strengths and weaknesses, their progress and the challenges ahead of them. You adjusted your requirements as needed and reviewed your choice of LESs, activities and evaluation tools (observation checklists, co-evaluation checklists, evaluation rubrics, etc.), which will help you monitor the development or consolidation of your students’ competencies.

Throughout the term, significant records reflecting the students’ learning will have been selected in keeping with the program of study. This will allow you to prepare a report for the third term that communicates all of the students’ learning while referring to the evaluation criteria set out in the framework for the evaluation of learning, namely, relevant planning,  effective implementation of an entrepreneurial project and relevant reflection.

Throughout the year, students were encouraged, through individual reflection and discussion in teams or in groups, to determine their suitability for entrepreneurship and to examine their ability to take action. This process should help students become aware of learning that may be transferred to other areas of their personal, school and work lives.

Entrepreneurship program

Links to the program will familiarize you with the content.

Entrepreneurship program

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  • Evaluation Adapted to Students (Program, p. 13)
  • Development of the Competency Determines his/her suitability for entrepreneurship (Program, pp. 16-17)
  • Development of the Competency Implements an entrepreneurial project (Program, pp. 20-21)
  • Program content (Program, pp. 22-25)

Classroom organization and pedagogical context

Here you will find relevant information and tools that you can use to organize your classroom and your entrepreneurial projects.

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  • Links between the Guidance-Oriented Approach to Learning and Entrepreneurship (Program, p. 9)
  • Socioeconomic and Cultural Elements (Program, p. 25)

Meaningful, Open-Ended and Complex Learning and Evaluation Situations

You can use different documents presented throughout this training to complete your planning in order to prepare a comprehensive portrait of the student’s learning with a view to communicating the third-term results.