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Cooperative Education

  • This curriculum was issued in 2018.

Grade Course Name Course Type Course Code* Prerequisite
Same as grade(s) of related course(s) Cooperative Education Linked to a Related Course (or Courses) Same as course type(s) of related course(s) Same as course code(s) of related course(s)** None
11 Creating Opportunities through Co-op Open DCO3O None
* Course codes consist of five characters. The first three characters identify the subject; the fourth identifies the grade; and the fifth identifies the course type.

** A cooperative education course linked to a related course (or courses) does not have its own course code. It is recorded on the Provincial Report Card and the Ontario Student Transcript (OST) using the name(s) and course code(s) of the related course(s), with the term “(Co-op)” inserted after the course name. On the OST, the notation “C” is entered in the “Note” column.

† Open courses are designed to broaden students’ knowledge and skills in subjects that reflect their interests and prepare them for active and rewarding participation in society. They are not designed with the specific requirements of universities, colleges, or the workplace in mind.

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  • Cooperative Education Linked to a Related Course (or Courses)
    This course consists of a learning experience connected to a community and a cooperative education curriculum that incorporates relevant expectations from the student’s related course (or courses). Students will develop skills, knowledge, and habits of mind that will support them in their learning, including their education and career/life planning, at school and beyond, today and in the future. Within the context of their experience connected to a community, students will apply, extend, and refine skills and knowledge acquired in their related course or courses and will apply skills, knowledge, and habits of mind that will protect and promote their health, safety, and well-being. They will create and implement a learning plan that meets their particular interests and needs, reflect on their learning, and make connections between their experience in the community and other aspects of their lives. 
    • Prerequisite: None
  • Creating Opportunities through Co-op, Grade 11, Open (DCO3O)
    This course consists of a learning experience connected to a community and a cooperative education curriculum focused on developing skills, knowledge, and habits of mind that will support students in their learning, including their education and career/life planning, at school and beyond, today and in the future. Within the context of their experience connected to a community, students will apply skills, knowledge, and habits of mind that will protect and promote their health, safety, and well-being and that will strengthen their inquiry, decisionmaking, and leadership skills. Students will create and implement a learning plan that meets their particular interests and needs, reflect on their learning, and make connections between their experience in the community and other aspects of their lives. 
    • Prerequisite: None