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At Landmark Collegiate we want to develop important life and career skills to help our students be successful after graduation. On our first day of school this year we focused on exploring these skills with our students to help them develop a better understanding of them. Communication and Collaboration To explore communication and collaboration students were tasked to stack 6 cups as a group without touching the cups directly. They had strings, an elastic band and teamwork to help them… Read More
This year the grade 8 students have been learning science and social studies through the inquiry process.They have also incorporated ELA into their inquiry to give students real-world applications for their ELA skills. Through the inquiry process they have been focusing on not just the content but also skill development. They are using the content as the vehicle to drive the development of important skills such as; inquiry, research, critical thinking, communication, planning, revision and reflection. Last month they were working through the inquiry process with… Read More
The grade 10 Geography students decided to do a citizenship project that focused on raising money for Fort McMurray. Students raised money by helping out people in the community, whether that was their neighbor or their parents, or one of the teachers in the school. The students really learned what it’s like to be a citizen of Canada by helping out one of our neighboring provinces in a time of crisis and tragedy. The students ended up raising $240 that… Read More