Learning Commons

Heritage Christian Schools Learning Commons website provides Canadian, Christian, educational digital and non-digital resources to our school users; including teachers, parents and students.

Our learning commons mission is… to transform young people across the globe by means of a Christ-infused resource based library. Recognizing that Heritage Christian Schools has been given an extraordinary opportunity to provide a distinct online educational framework, one that will impact youth in BC and around the world. Our goal is to prepare our students to become lifelong learners, who can disseminate information consistently, think creatively and innovatively, and research effectively online, while actively engaging in their world from a Christian world-view, through discipleship-based Christian Education.


Weekly Learning Commons Update

Dear Learning Commons patrons,

  • Thank you for participating in our Read For Change this past month! Students literacy goals are improving, and the statistics on SORA are literally soaring! Read For Change Spotlight review this week is Ryan and Jimmy and the Well in Africa.
  • February is Black History Month. Encourage your students to read up on this important part of history here with digital resources or here with physical resources.
  • French Kits are now available via the Learning Commons. Discover how to access these awesome kits here.
  • And, finally, don’t miss out on our Curriculum Sale Top Picks for Language Arts.

Grace and peace from the Learning Commons team,

Kind regards,

Pippa Davies,

Director HCS Blended Learning Commons

Heritage Christian Online School

905 Badke Rd, Kelowna, British Columbia

pdavies@onlineschool.ca

Twitter: @PippaDavies

Tel: 604 9080826

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What in the World and The Canadian Reader

Dec 2019

To download your personal copy, please go to the Subscribers page on our website: http://www.lesplan.com/en/subscriber-issues

What in the World? The password forLevel 1 - Issue 4 is flood7 (all lowercase letters). The password to open the Level 2 – Issue 4 materials is vote4 (all lowercase letters).

The Canadian Reader The password to open the Issue 4 materials is bird all lowercase letters).

Nos Nouvelles (Nov) Le mot de passe donnant accès au numéro 3 est cour (tout en minuscules). Pour télécharger votre copie personnelle, visitez la page Abonnés de notre site Web à https://www.lesplan.com/fr/abonnes

We strongly recommend that you save the PDF and Word files to your hard drive before you open and print. We also suggest you save your passwords so that you can access past issues.

The main document is in a PDF format and you need Adobe Reader to open it. This software allows you to view and print Portable Document Format (PDF) files on all major computer platforms. If you do not have this free program, you can download it from Adobe at: http://get.adobe.com/reader/otherversions/

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