* All courses are worth 4 credits unless otherwise specified LEARNING STRATEGIES 12 *can be taken in grade 10, 11, or 12 This course is designed to help students learn to learn. Students will be introduced to a variety of academic learning strategies that are designed to enhance their readiness for learning and studying. Strategies are practiced and reinforced in their content area assignments and in preparation for tests. Individual student programs vary in scope and are managed in a way that best facilitates strategies most pertinent to each student.
PSYCHOLOGY 12 This course provides students with an understanding of human behaviour and basic concepts in modern psychology. This course covers the five major psychological domains: methods, neuroscience, cognitive, social, and developmental to achieve a general overview of this subject area.
TEACHER ASSISTANT 12 *by application only This is an active participatory course requiring regular attendance. It will offer different opportunities to enhance learning through exploring, planning, reflecting, adapting and deciding. Students will develop their individual and collective sense of social responsibility while learning lifelong skills. Students will apply these skills through experiential learning while mentoring students through planning, reflecting, and teaching.
WORK EXPERIENCE 12 *by application only Work Experience is available to all Grade 11 and Grade 12 students and is a great opportunity to gain real experience in careers or trades, while getting credit toward graduation and making connections with possible future employers. Students complete 80 hours of supervised work experience. Students can earn up to 8 credits in work experience.
YUKON UNIVERSITY DUAL CREDIT A dual credit program allows secondary students to take post-secondary courses while they are still in high school. Dual credit students may also receive elective credit towards their high school graduation which they'll need to confirm with their high school. Students must submit a supplementary application through the school counsellor. For more information: https://www.yukonu.ca/programs/dual-credit.