With regard to the total PROGRAM:
students could, if necessary, benefit from a reorientation process, that is, they may be required to withdraw from the PROGRAM or be referred to consider other options which might better meet their needs.
Student Responsibilities (Evaluation)
assume ownership of learning and evaluation criteria
attend classes on time and regularly to ensure that they have the best chance of success in their chosen program
submit work on time
accept constructive feedback from teachers as a positive contribution to success
participate actively and fully in learning situations
inform the teacher of a known learning disability or tell the teacher that he/she is having difficulty
arrive on time and be prepared for evaluation
participate in evaluation honestly
be open to remediation if a first evaluation attempt is not successful
take advantage of any remedial work that is available by completing assignments or by being present at a review session
be prepared to reintegrate with another group if asked to repeat a module
Students who are experiencing learning difficulties will be met by a member of the centre’s administrative or pedagogical staff. The objective of these meetings is to help students understand the expectations of the PROGRAM and to assume personal responsibility.
The Guidance Counselor encourages and promotes students’ emotional, social and academic development by offering personal, vocational and educational counseling. Students can make appointments to see the guidance counselor as the need arises by using the appointment book on the door of room 138.
Students will receive an outline for each competency in which they are registered. These outlines detail the competency content, objectives, the evaluation system used and teacher contact information.