This is an online course designed to help Gr10 students transition smoothly into the digital world at NPSS.   Discussion topics will include aspects of technology that will be encountered at NPSS including : logging into the NPSS network, manipulating your network drive space, printing on the network, manipulating Moodle courses, using library software, using Google Drive and its associated apps to create, store and share documents and presentations, using your Learn60 email account, using blogs, websites and social media in class, using Chromebooks and digital citizenship.  This course will be worth 2 credits and should be completed prior to entering or during grade 10.  The student enrollment key is 'connectelc' for students at the ELC and 'connectnpss' for students at NPSS.  Best wishes on your digital journey!

In this course you will explore a number of topics and issues that are very important as you continue to build and plan for your future. The aim of this course is to help students to develop the necessary skills to become self directed individuals, who make thoughtful decisions in respect to their goals and future plans.

In this course you will explore a number of topics and issues that are very important as you continue to build and plan for your future. The aim of this course is to help students to develop the necessary skills to become self directed individuals, who make thoughtful decisions in respect to their goals and future plans.

In this course you will explore a number of topics and issues that are very important as you continue to build and plan for your future. The aim of this course is to help students to develop the necessary skills to become self directed individuals, who make thoughtful decisions in respect to their goals and future plans.

2014 BCLearningNetwork
Includes: CoolSchool
Textbook: No Textbook Required
Exams: Moodle Database
Release Date: Sept/2014

Planning 10 is unique because it's a course about you and planning your future. This course will help you learn about who you are, what your talents and abilities are, what things you like to do, then start you thinking about your path to graduation and how to best use your talents, abilities and interests to do things you want to do after graduation, even if you aren't sure what those things are yet.

All BC secondary school students who are enrolled in Grade 10, 11 or 12 as of September 1, 2007, and beyond must demonstrate they have met the following requirements for:
Personal Health - create a personal health plan and participate in at least 150 Minutes a week of moderate to vigorous physical activity, in addition to PE10.
Community Connections - participate in at least 30 hours of work experience and/or community service and describe what was learned.
Career and Life - complete a transition plan and financial budget for the 12 months following graduation.
The Enrolment Key for GT is 2019