Types of Projects
Concentration in Arts Education
These projects are designed to provide enriched arts education conducive to the students’ overall development.
Monodisciplinary projects provide enriched instruction in a single arts subject.
- They are based on one of the four arts subjects in the Québec Education Program (QEP).
- Instruction is enriched by focusing on a particular arts subject.
- The goal is to foster students’ overall development.
Interdisciplinary projects provide enriched instruction in more than one arts subject:
- They are based on two, three or all four arts subjects in the QEP, one of which is the main subject for certification purposes.
- The part related to basic learning must be consistent with the spirit and competencies of the QEP for all the subjects included in the project. It must also be consistent with the requirements of the Basic school regulation regarding the evaluation of learning.
- Instruction is enriched by coordinated interaction between the arts subjects involved and by the transferability of the elements common to these subjects in order to provide students with a broader arts education.
Arts/Study programs are designed to provide enriched instruction in an arts subject and, in certain cases, to prepare students for higher education in the arts.
About Arts/Study programs:
- They are based on one of the four arts subjects in the QEP.
- They provide enriched instruction through an in-depth focus on a particular arts subject.
- The students enrolled may receive housing or travel assistance according to certain conditions.
- Students are admitted to these programs based on an evaluation of their artistic aptitudes.
- Previous arts education may be required.
- In certain cases, some of the instruction may be provided on the premises of an arts education partner by legally qualified outside specialists who supplement the teacher's work.