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SUPPLY LIST

Each grade level’s supply list includes all the items that students will need to complete their assignments and participate in class activities. The lists are subject to modification, and parents will be informed of any changes as needed. Please carefully read these lists for labeling instructions.

AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS & ACTIVITIES

At Canadian International School, we promote a comprehensive education and support students in developing their interests and skills through participation in after-school clubs. These clubs typically meet weekly and offer a diverse selection of activities, such as photography, drama, sports, band, and art.

STUDENT LIFE

At ECIC, we aim to develop our students holistically by providing opportunities for growth in academics, co-curricular activities, and extra-curricular activities. We understand the importance of fostering life skills such as teamwork, leadership, respect, self-worth, and commitment through activities outside of the classroom. To support this, ECIC offers a wide range of co-curricular and extra-curricular …

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ELEMENTARY CURRICULUM

Elementary Classes start from Grade 1 to Grade 6. The elementary curriculum builds a strong foundation for lifelong learning. Elementary students learn best when their learning involves exploration and inquiry, with hands-on activities and application that engage all of their senses. Hence, the Alberta Education curriculum for elementary grades focuses on teaching through¬† Inquiry-Based Learning …

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INQUIRY-BASED LEARNING

Inquiry-Based Learning, also known as Problem-based learning or Project-based learning (PBL), is an educational approach that focuses on increasing students’ problem-solving abilities through a student-centered method of instruction. This approach emphasizes the importance of providing opportunities for students to apply their skills in real-world contexts, rather than solely focusing on mastering basic skills like math …

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ALBERTA EDUCATION

Canada is a large country consisting of ten provinces and three territories, each of which has its own system of education for elementary, secondary and post-secondary levels. While students can easily transfer between provinces, there is no national Education Ministry; rather, each province’s educational system reflects the characteristics of its region while also exposing students …

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