Frameworks for the Evaluation of Learning

The Evaluation of Learning and the Provincial Report Card

The frameworks for the evaluation of learning are made available to schools to assist teachers in the process of evaluating the competencies targeted by the two training options in the Work-Oriented Training Path.

Below are the possible exemptions from the provisions pertaining to results on the provincial report card for students enrolled in the Work-Oriented Training Path.

Students enrolled in the Prework Training Program 

The exemption applies to: 

  • the group average as described in section 30.1 of the Basic school regulation for preschool, elementary and secondary education 
  • the weighting for each term and the expression of marks as percentages, as provided for under section 30.2 of the Basic school regulation
  • the obligation to include the student’s result for an examination set by the Minister (20%) in the calculation of the student’s final mark, in keeping with section 30.3 of the Basic school regulation

The results recorded in section 2 of the report card prescribed by the Basic school regulation must be expressed as a letter grade using the following rating scale:

A

The student meets the requirements set for him/her very well.

B

The student meets the requirements set for him/her.

C

The student partially meets the requirements set for him/her.

D

The student does not meet the requirements set for him/her.

A pass mark in a given subject corresponds to a score of A or B.

In cases of subjects that will not be taught the following year, the final mark on the end-of-year report card must be expressed using the following rating scale:

A

The student meets the program requirements very well.

B

The student meets the program requirements.

C

The student partially meets the program requirements.

D

The student does not meet the program requirements.

In both cases, the results are based on the framework for the evaluation of learning for the Work-Oriented Training Path established by the Minister for each program of study.

Students enrolled in Training for a Semiskilled Trade

The exemption applies to: 

  • the group average as described in section 30.1 of the Basic school regulation
  • the obligation to include the student’s result for an examination set by the Minister (20%) in the calculation of the student’s final mark, in keeping with section 30.3 of the Basic school regulation

The results recorded in the student’s report card are expressed as percentages.

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