The RVS Learning Design Commons is the creative fellowship formed by dynamic educators who want to design and actualize an innovative vision. The Design Commons fosters a culture of creativity, and it showcases RVS Teachers and Leaders in their innovative practices. It provides opportunities for the people to connect with each other to collaborate on current initiatives and inspire new ones. To get a better idea of what an RVS Learning Design Commons is all about, take a closer look at the highlights below of fellowship, innovation and creativity designed by RVS Teachers and Leaders.
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Using the Building Futures model, the students will experience their humanities courses and math/science curriculum through two extremely dedicated teachers. The format will also allow these grade ten students to complete their CALM and Physical Education requirements before moving into grade 11.
WILD (wisdom inquiry learning doing). 21st century learning is about exposure to real life connections, developing a knowledge of your local environment, developing a sense of place, blending technology with hands-on experiences; this is what we will be doing in the WILD grade 8 class.
Community Matters – Helping Hands & Caring Hearts
We are students working together to understand what creates social injustice and what it looks like in Airdrie. We will lend a hand to build links and create change in the heart of our community.
Project Founders: Jennifer Yersh & Amanda Russell
Building Futures Airdrie
Learn home building from the ground up, start your own business, become a better you… All while you’re getting your high school education.
Project Founders: Greg Rankin & Jarett Hooper
Life – Version 2.1
Acquiring authentic life skills to become an individual who is actively engaged in the modern, relevant and diverse facets of being globally, socially, civically and economically responsible citizens.
A cross-curricular humanities / outdoor environmental education program that immerses students in both the curriculum and the outdoors, with the goal of building connections among student, their communities, the environment and the curriculum.