Pathway Planning

Authentic, Immersive Learning Environments : “Building Futures in Cochrane & Airdrie”

Jason Ness and Glen Brooker
MFWHSR Collaborative Day, October 1, 2015

Building a Student-Centred, Staff Supported Model of Redesign: Practical Strategies for School Leaders

Denise Gulli and Shelag Pedersen
MFWHSR Collaborative Day, October 1, 2015

Calgary Board of Education Unique Pathway Opportunities: Partnering For Student Success

Tennille Cooper and Don Middleton
MFWHSR Collaborative Day, October 1, 2015

Collaborative Partnerships

We have created partnerships with post-secondary and service providers to break down the notion that school only occurs within the walls of the classroom,” says Keith Johnson, Principal of James Fowler High School. Collaborative Partnerships are built upon shared interests between the school, parents, businesses and the community. All high school students can benefit from Collaborative Partnerships that allow them to job shadow in the business sector or offer them the support of a career mentor.

The Dual Credit Psychology Project

This video features the students, parents, teacher and professors involved in the Dual Credit Psychology program at Cochrane High School and the University of Calgary Department of Psychology, as they talk about the benefits of this innovative program.

Facilitating Learning Pathways and Career Planning

Barb Mulholland, Community Learning Centre
Olds, AB
Chinook’s Edge School Division

Chinook’s Edge School Division is in the process of reworking our approach to learner pathways and career planning. Our vision is that all students leave high school with a clear plan to transition to post-secondary (whether in apprenticeship training, college, or university) or the world of work, with confidence in their ability to implement or adapt their plan throughout their lives as they and the world around them change. This session will provide an overview of the actions that are being taken at the district level to support schools as they work towards that vision. Development of a scope and sequence, defining the roles of the career team, and connecting students to opportunities such as dual credit and off campus education will be discussed.

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