Co-operative Education

Background: The Department of Education allows students to work during the school year and earn a high school credit. The student must work a total of 110 hours during the school year, and complete 25 hours of class work to prepare for the working world and for the Co-Op placement. The work placement is typically the first two weeks of December and June although exceptions may be made if circumstances warrant it.

Assessment:

20% Forms completed and handed in on time

20% Student Daily Log and Reflective Self-Assessment Assignment

60% Employers Evaluation

Forms

Parental Permission Form (needed before work placement begins)

Coop Learning Agreement (needed before work placement begins)

Student Daily Log (to be completed after work placement)

Employer's Evaluation Form (to be completed by employer at the end of work placement)

 

 

Information:

Community-Based Learning General Information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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