Student Centric Vision

Focusing on Students Instead of Content

Where teachers once gave students the information and asked questions to see if students remembered it, teachers now start by asking students essential questions. They then guide students through hands-on, real-world problem-solving experiences. Students build their own knowledge in a way that's meaningful to their lives. The oft heard question of the past, 'why will I ever need to know this,' is rarely uttered in a student-centric classroom.

This student-centred approach ensures all children can learn within a classroom of their peers. A blended learning approach, where students move seamlessly between face-to-face and digital learning environments provides students with multiple means of acquiring knowledge and of expressing what they've learned. And adaptive technologies help ensure learning is accessible to students of all abilities.

Students still work towards common learning outcomes in the programs of study set out by Alberta Education. But how they achieve these outcomes can be tailored to their individual needs, interests, and learning styles.

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SAITCity for Grades 9 & 10
Registration for SAITCity is now open! Presented by SAIT’s Career Exploration Centre (CEC), the FREE SAITCity program engages Grade 9 and 10 students in an experiential version of the career exploration process. Through a combination of pre-visit work and hands-on career “missions”, students increase their career awareness, develop an applied understanding of career training, and learn how to identify and assess how well a career connects with their interests and preferences. The program is a valuable experience for students selecting high school courses and making decisions around learning opportunities such as dual-credit programs, specialized training pathways and CTS option courses. Application deadline: July 30, 2018 for September 15 to October 5, 2018 sessions. Application deadline: September 14, 2018 for October 8 to June 15, 2019 sessions. For more information and to apply, please follow the link below.
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