Our world is filled with questions and problems—and answers can’t simply be found in a textbook. Students rely on experienced educators to help guide their learning to discover new skills and to create solutions for our innovative and technology-driven world. Bringing collaborative and creative problem solving to the classroom is often constrained by curriculum development, time and cost, but Rosedale has shifted the landscape of education to invest in the development of collaborative solutions to advance teaching and learning, ultimately allowing the next generation of students to take ownership of their learning and acquire essentials skills, leading to life-changing learning outcomes—and lifelong success—for our future world.
The Rosedale Global High School Program is rooted in Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) and our robust curriculum, coupled with our Transformative Approach to Learning, includes the essential resources required to move our teachers in international partner schools beyond the constraints of curriculum development, time, and cost by providing solutions and supporting the mindset and skills development necessary for our students to be at the forefront of applied knowledge and future economic prosperity.
Our Transformative Approach to Learning has five defined pillars focused on: higher order thinking skills, real world problem solving, differentiated instruction and evaluation, personalized learning path and global preparedness. We provide well-structured solutions for each pillar to support our international partner schools to implement our program effectively, while embracing their local expertise in teaching and learning. This approach combines a focus on higher order thinking skills that help to transform our students view of the global world and create meaningful solutions to solve problems, with a differentiated approach offering student choice in how they learn new concepts, develop skills and demonstrate their achievements.