Special Education: Learning Strategies Courses
Learning Strategies courses are offered throughout the secondary experience. As an accredited course, Special Education students discover their varying learning styles and how to gear their study skills, use of technology, time management and organizational skills to improve their academic experience (GLE100/200). Such focus occurs in the grade 9 and 10 levels. While grade 11/12 courses (GLE300/400) begin the process of preparing for post-secondary or career transitions such as: apprenticeships, exploring college/university programs, and above all, developing self-advocacy skills for the future ahead.
For any students struggling with the transition to secondary school, a general learning strategies class (GLS100/400) can be selected once at either the grade 9 or 12 level.