Saskatchewan online learning service lists courses offered for K-12 students

High school students in Saskatchewan can hone their hockey skills in one of over 180 courses for K-12 students available as part of the Saskatchewan Distance Learning Corp. (Sask DLC). website.

According to the Ministry of Education, there are some unique electives available.

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Looking at the list, online learning services offer courses in agricultural production, communication media, financial literacy, hockey skills, power engineering, IT fundamentals, and more.

Minister of Education Dustin Duncan said, “The wide range of courses on offer offers students new learning opportunities that may not have existed before.”

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“Through this enhanced learning experience, all students, wherever they live in Saskatchewan, will have greater flexibility and choice in acquiring the knowledge and skills they need for their future careers. ”

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The ministry said students can get help with course planning and accessing local support, and said the Sask DLC will work with local school departments to meet student needs.

Separate school departments and independent schools can offer online learning courses through the application process, he added, adding that applicants are eligible for the state’s new Quality assurance framework.

Sask DLC will fill positions in March at its headquarters in Kenaston and nine additional campuses located in Esteban, La Longe, Moose Jaw, Neilburgh, Nipahwin, Prince Albert, Saskatoon, Swift Current and Yorkton.

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