Brigidine College Learning Framework
The following explanations provide insight into how the Brigidine College Learning Framework can be interpreted and how it guides the education of the whole student.
The centre of the Framework is the STUDENT.
This is surrounded by the Learning Paradigm – Key Attributes, which were developed by staff.
Whole School Learning
The next surrounding circle is wider as it focuses on the day-to-day practices in our whole school learning, which leads to the Key Attributes, which we hope for the students.
These areas interlink and are equally important to achieve outcomes for the students.
- Wellbeing, goal setting, mentoring
- Structures of learning – how we structure our teaching, tutoring, training eg.
- Dimensions of Learning 2, 3 & 4
- Classroom Instruction That Works
- Visible Learning
- Explicit Teaching
- Programs – Curriculum, Wellbeing and Cocurricular
This is then surrounded by elements that will support student learning. This is based on elements from the Dimensions of Learning Pedagogical Framework –
- Attitudes and Perceptions
- Habits of Mind and Learning Dispositions
Key Structures and Processes
The next outer circle highlights the key supporting structures and processes to ensure support for the components in the previous circle –
- The New Taxonomy 21st Century Capabilities
- Evidence-based Research
- Individual Student Learning Plans
- AITSL Professional Standards
College Mission Statement
The final outer circle is the key elements of the College’s Mission Statement, which is embedded and considered in all elements of our learning at the College.