Step 1: Watch the introductory video (left). You can also update your profile at this point (just click your name in the top-right).
Step 2: Read the Course Outline and make sure you understand the course requirements. Ask your teacher if you have any questions.
Step 3: Make a schedule and get started on the course ASAP! Remember, that regular progress is the key.
- Tell A Story
Tell A Story
"Our stories don't have to be elaborate or highly dramatic to be powerful-they just have to be about us.
When we share them with others, we let ourselves be known and understood.
We build strong relationships in which respect is front and centre." Richard Wagamese, "Runaway Dreams" 2011
"For most of human history, 'literature,' both fiction and poetry, has been narrated, not written — heard, not read. So fairy tales, folk tales, stories from the oral tradition, are all of them the most vital connection we have with the imaginations of the ordinary men and women whose labor created our world."
- PLEASE COMPLETE THIS AFTER UNIT 4 and 5 ! - Inform and Explain
PLEASE COMPLETE THIS AFTER UNIT 4 and 5 ! - Inform and Explain
“A curator is an expert learner. Instead of dispensing knowledge, he creates spaces in which knowledge can be created, explored, and connected.” (Siemens, 2007).
"Nature contains the memory of the world, it's nature and history interwoven to let the shapes of its worlds and its landscapes speak and tell a continuous story." Francois Besson
- Novel Studies
LINK TO NOVEL:
What are the costs and benefits of conformity or nonconformity to a peer group?
How does a person's relationship with his/her peers affect the kind of person he/she will become?