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Results of the 2017 BCTF Curriculum Change and Implementation Survey 

This report summarizes results from the 2017 BCTF Curriculum Change and Implementation Survey, foregrounding teacher perspectives on the process of curriculum change across the province in four key areas: (1) levels of support for the curricular model/framework, (2) the relationship between change and perceptions of autonomy and workload, (3) teacher involvement in structures related to change and opportunities for professional development and learning, and (4) the ongoing process of implementation. The results illustrate that, while “implementation” is important, the direction of curriculum change is inseparable from teachers’ perspectives on the curricular model, the perceived impact of change on teacher autonomy and workload, and opportunities for involvement in and learning about curricular changes. The report proposes three key conditions necessary for teacher-led curriculum change across the province. 

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