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Fulfilling the outcomes of Career Education, students will explore personal learning abilities and styles, interest...

Career Education 8

Career Education

Fulfilling the outcomes of Career Education, students will explore personal learning abilities and styles, interest and motivation, plus begin to cultivate basic life skills to fulfill their individual purpose and passion for further education and future career paths.

Major Units & Topics

Personal Development

Connections to Community

Life and Career Pathways

Learning About Finances

Time Management and Service Skill Opportunities

Learning More About Yourself

Assessment
Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

45 Hours

Location

Online

Career Education 9

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Career Education

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Building on the foundation from Career Education Grade 8, Career Education Grade 9 enables students...

Career Education 9

Career Education

Building on the foundation from Career Education Grade 8, Career Education Grade 9 enables students to learn more about themselves, cultivate life skills and fulfill their individual purpose and passion, to make plans for further education and future careers

Major Units & Topics

Personal Development

Connections to Community

Life and Career Pathways

Learning about Finances

Time Management & Service Skill Opportunities

Learning more about yourself

Assessment

Description and Interpretation Identification and Reflection Discussion Comparison and Analysis Evaluation

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

45 hours total over the course of the year

Location

Online

Career Life Connections 12

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Students learn how to effectively manage their life journey toward preferred future possibilities, developing the...

Career Life Connections 12

Career Education

Students learn how to effectively manage their life journey toward preferred future possibilities, developing
the confidence, knowledge, and competencies necessary to succeed in an ever-changing world.

Major Units & Topics

"Career-life development includes ongoing cycles of exploring, planning, reflecting, adapting, and deciding. Career-life decisions influence and are influenced by internal and external factors, including local and global trends. Engaging in networks and reciprocal relationships can guide and broaden career-life awareness and options. A sense of purpose and career-life balance support well-being. Lifelong learning and active citizenship foster career-life opportunities for people and communities."

Assessment
Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Career Life Education 10

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Career Education 10 helps students to become successful citizens by providing opportunities to explore a...

Career Life Education 10

Career Education

Career Education 10 helps students to become successful citizens by providing opportunities to explore a variety of higher education and career options, as well as learning about finances, making their learning meaningful and relevant.

Major Units & Topics

M1: Personal Development Part 1: Getting to Know You

M2: Personal Development Part 2: Understanding Finances - Part 1, "University Here I Come"

M3: Connections to Community: Workplace Skills & Etiquette, Understanding Finances - Part 2

M4: Career Life Plan: Career Skills, Employability Skills, Workplace Safety

Assessment

Specific assignments point value determines the overall course weightings.

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

100 - 120 hours

Credits Earned

4

Location

Online

Textiles 7

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Textiles 7 will give students the opportunity to learn basic sewing skills as well as...

Textiles 7

Career Education

Textiles 7 will give students the opportunity to learn basic sewing skills as well as other construction methods such as knitting or crochet, weaving, darning and up-cycling. Students will learn how to read and follow patterns and care for textiles. The course will also require students to think critically about textile production, ethical consumption, and the wide range of use of textiles. Students will be encouraged to personalize projects according to their interests and needs.

Level: Basic

Major Units & Topics

Textile Production & Consumer Concerns

Sewing Basics

Up-cycling & Crafting

Assessment

Participation 20%

Written Assignments 30%

Projects 50%

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

Approximately 1 ½ hours a week

Location

Online

Textiles 8

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Career Education

Textiles 8 will give students the opportunity to learn basic sewing skills as well as...

Textiles 8

Career Education

Textiles 8 will give students the opportunity to learn basic sewing skills as well as other construction methods such as knitting or crochet, weaving, darning and up-cycling. Students will learn how to read and follow patterns and care for textiles. The course will also require students to think critically about textile production, ethical consumption, and the wide range of use of textiles. Students will be encouraged to personalize projects according to their interests and needs.

Level: Basic

Major Units & Topics

Textile Production & Consumer Concerns

Sewing Basics

up-cycling & Crafting

Assessment

Participation 20%

Written Assignments 30%

Projects 50%

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

Approximately 1 ½ hours a week

Location

Online

Textiles 9

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Career Education

Textiles 9 will give students the opportunity to learn basic sewing skills as well as...

Textiles 9

Career Education

Textiles 9 will give students the opportunity to learn basic sewing skills as well as other construction methods such as knitting or crochet, weaving, darning and up-cycling. Students will learn how to read and follow patterns and care for textiles. The course will also require students to think critically about textile production, ethical consumption, and the wide range of use of textiles. Students will be encouraged to personalize projects according to their interests and needs.

Level: Basic

Major Units & Topics

Textile Production & Consumer Concerns

Sewing Basics

Up-cycling & Crafting

Assessment

Participation 20%

Written Assignments 30%

Projects 50%

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

Approximately 1 ½ hours a week

Location

Online

Visual Arts 7

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This is an introductory course that allows for exploration in a variety of art forms....

Visual Arts 7

Career Education

This is an introductory course that allows for exploration in a variety of art forms. Students will learn the basic skills required to successfully complete works of art including colour theory and the basic elements of design. Students will work with a variety of materials including pencil, watercolours, acrylics and 3D materials, view well-known works of art, learn the basics of art criticism, participate in online forums, and create an online portfolio.

Level: Basic

Major Units & Topics

Elements of Design

Image Development & Principles of Design

Movement and Pattern

Assessment

Sketches 20%

Projects 50%

Participation 10%

Critiques & e-Portfolio 20%

Prerequisites

None

Time Commitment

Approximately 1 ½ hours a week

Location

Online

Tuition

$50