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Collingwood Collegiate Institute
6 Cameron Street, Collingwood, Ontario CANADA - (705) 445-3161

Guidance And Career Education
GLC2OH: Grade 10, Career Studies, Open (.5 credit)
This course teaches students how to develop and achieve personal goals in education and work and contribute to their communities. Student learning will include assessing their own knowledge, skills, and characteristics and investigating economic trends, workplace organization, work opportunities, and ways to search for work. The course explores post secondary learning options, prepares students for community-based learning, and helps them build the capabilities needed for managing work and life transitions. Students will design action plans for pursuing their goals. This compulsory course is worth .5 credit. The second half credit comes from the compulsory Grade 10 Civics course. Students must be successful in both halves of this course to qualify for their compulsory credit.

Learning Strategies
Grade 9
GLS101: Skills For Success in High-School
These courses explore learning strategies and help students become better, more independent learners while increasing their personal management skills, both in school and in other contexts. Students will learn how to develop and apply a range of strategies to improve their learning and achievement, particularly their literacy, numeracy, communication, and planning skills. These courses will increase student confidence, motivation, and ability to learn.
Grade 11
GPP3O1: Leadership and Peer Support, Grade 11, Open
This course prepares and motivates students to provide leadership and assistance to others in their schools and communities. Students will develop skills in communication, interpersonal relations, coaching, leadership, teamwork, and conflict management, and apply them in roles such as tutoring, mentoring, and student council involvement. Students also learn the value and complexity of social diversity, while acquiring an appreciation of the importance of contributing to their communities and helping others throughout their lives.
Prerequisite: Career Studies, Grade 10, Open
Grade 12
GLS4O1: Advanced Learning Strategies: Skills for Success After Secondary School, Grade 12, Open
This course improves students' learning skills, preparing them to make successful transitions to work and post-secondary education and become independent, lifelong learners. Students will learn how to assess their learning requirements for employment and post-secondary education or training and develop plans for learning after secondary school.
Prerequisite: Career Studies, Grade 10, Open