ACCESS Adventure Curriculum …Learning Beyond the Classroom
The ACCESS Centre is wrapping up its first semester of the Adventure Curriculum. Students were eligible to earn two credits as they moved their learning beyond the classroom and went out into the community. Sharon Maisonneuve, Vice Principal of the ACCESS Centre noted, “For many students the most powerful learning comes from ‘doing’ – not from sitting in desks and reading about different subjects.” Students went out into the community and participated in a variety of activities, such as Tai Chi, aerial yoga, cross country skiing, golf, cooking lessons, and fitness exercises in a local gym to experience a range of health related activities.
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