The Co-op Teaching Team
Jenn Clark Holly Linkert Stefan Barton
Co-op extends the walls of the classroom for students to “learn to work and work to learn” in a variety of community placement settings. Students may earn 2, 3, or 4 credits during their Co-op semester, and there is no limit to the number of Co-op credits students may accumulate throughout their high school career.
DCO3OC Creating Opportunities through Co-op
This course consists of learning experience (work placement) and curriculum focused on developing skills, knowledge and a reflective habit of mind that will support students in their career/life planning at school and beyond. Within the context of their experience, students will apply attitudes, skills and knowledge that will protect and promote their health, safety, and well-being and that will strengthen their inquiry, decision-making and leadership skills. Students will set goals and reflect on a Learning Plan that meets their particular interests and needs, and integrate connections between work, other courses, and their lives.
It is recommended that Co-op students complete GLC2OH–Career Studies as a prerequisite for Co-op.