English 100 focuses on composition for academic purposes and develops a student's ability to write clearly and effectively. Students also learn the fundamentals of critical thinking, persuasive writing techniques (including rhetorical appeals and devices), scholarly research, and academic reading. 2020/09/10-2020/12/10 Online Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 08:30AM - 10:00AM, Room to be Announced
English 100 focuses on composition for academic purposes and develops a student's ability to write clearly and effectively. Students also learn the fundamentals of critical thinking, persuasive writing techniques (including rhetorical appeals and devices), scholarly research, and academic reading. 2020/09/10-2020/12/10 Online Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 11:30AM - 01:00PM, Room to be Announced
English 100 focuses on composition for academic purposes and develops a student's ability to write clearly and effectively. Students also learn the fundamentals of critical thinking, persuasive writing techniques (including rhetorical appeals and devices), scholarly research, and academic reading. 2020/09/09-2020/12/09 Online Lecture Monday, Wednesday 02:30PM - 04:00PM, Room to be Announced
This course is designed to help students learning to become human service workers, education assistants, early childhood educators, and aboriginal education support workers enhance their skills in observing and recording human development and behaviour from birth through adulthood. A variety of observing and recording techniques will be explored in the course. 2020/09/09-2020/12/18 Online Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced
English 100 focuses on composition for academic purposes and develops a student's ability to write clearly and effectively. Students also learn the fundamentals of critical thinking, persuasive writing techniques (including rhetorical appeals and devices), scholarly research, and academic reading. 2020/09/08-2020/12/19
This course provides students with an introduction to augmentative and alternative communication. Characteristics of various strategies related to the needs of the users are explored. Students also look at a variety of ethical and technological issues that emerge when supporting children who use alternative and augmentative forms of communication in the K-12 classrooms. 2020/09/09-2020/12/18 Online Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced
This course introduces students to the basic accounting cycle including preparation of useful financial statements. Other topics include accounting for cash, receivables, inventory, and payroll. 2020/09/10-2020/12/10 Online Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 04:00PM - 05:30PM, Room to be Announced
This course introduces students to the basic accounting cycle including preparation of useful financial statements. Other topics include accounting for cash, receivables, inventory, and payroll. 2020/09/09-2020/12/11 Online Lecture Wednesday, Friday 10:00AM - 11:30AM, Room to be Announced
This course deals with the economic principles that govern the individual segments of the economy. Topics include supply and demand, price elasticity, utility, cost of production, perfect and imperfect market structures, theory of production, the demand for factors, and the pricing of factors. Some current business situations are discussed.
This course is designed to help students learning to become human service workers, education assistants, early childhood educators, and aboriginal education support workers enhance their skills in observing and recording human development and behaviour from birth through adulthood. A variety of observing and recording techniques will be explored in the course. 2020/09/09-2020/12/18 Online Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced
This course is designed to help students learning to become human service workers, education assistants, early childhood educators, and aboriginal education support workers enhance their skills in observing and recording human development and behaviour from birth through adulthood. A variety of observing and recording techniques will be explored in the course. 2020/09/09-2020/12/18 Online Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced
This course is designed to help students learning to become human service workers, education assistants, early childhood educators, and aboriginal education support workers enhance their skills in observing and recording human development and behaviour from birth through adulthood. A variety of observing and recording techniques will be explored in the course. 2020/09/09-2020/12/18 Online Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced
This course is designed to help students learning to become human service workers, education assistants, early childhood educators, and aboriginal education support workers enhance their skills in observing and recording human development and behaviour from birth through adulthood. A variety of observing and recording techniques will be explored in the course.
This course focuses on the systems, structure, and roles within the K-12 education system. Students explore this evolution of the education system in British Columbia, levels within that system, alternate forms of education, and the roles and resources related to learners with special needs. 2020/09/09-2020/12/18 Online Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced