Remember the Keyboarding Class?
When I was a high school student, we had “Introduction to Keyboarding”. It was not uncommon for students to take this course during the summer before starting high school. The course was a full condensed semester, 6
You have probably heard the term “growth mindset” by now. It’s become known as a buzzword in the education industry, including the e-learning sub-sector, however, it is not a concept that should be overlooked. A powerful approach to learning, every
At BrightMinds, e-learning instructors play a significant role in your success. They are the one who
follow up with you on a regular basis to make sure you are progressing well in your studies;
give you timely and meaningful feedback
Though short-lived, summer has the potential to offer a wide range of academic and non-academic learning opportunities to high school students. From taking an online summer course to volunteering, if planned properly summer can be a fun and productive time.
The Ontario Secondary Curriculum offers a wide range of Grade 9 to 12 courses. Secondary courses are categorized by discipline, grade, and course type. While the majority of students and parents are aware of the requirements for completion of the Ontario Secondary School
We recently published a blog about the most common inquiry questions our admin members receive. We left one important question out as it needed a posting of its own, so here we are 😊. A quick search on the Internet
With June right around the corner, the school year is officially about to be over in a short few weeks. With long days, warm weather and a more relaxed day to day schedule, summer break can be a very productive time for
While all the information you need to know as a prospective student or parent about BrightMinds Online School is shared on different sections of our website, our admin is often asked the following set of questions via email or phone inquiries. So
According to the Conference Board of Canada, communication, information management, use of numbers and problem-solving are among the top employability skills in our country. Whether you plan to continue your education at a post-secondary institution or wish to enter the
For the majority of Canadian families, continuing education beyond high school is a no-brainer. According to a 2016 census, more than half of Canadians aged 25 to 64 have a post-secondary degree. With a better career and income prospect in