The School of Academic and Career Education will be partnering with ANHN to deliver the onsite home-based ArrowMight Program to the community. The memorandum ensures that students who have enrolled with the ArrowMight program are getting the needed support from the Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s facilitators and the ANHN team.
The program engages students with a set of high definition DVDs complemented by a series of full-colour workbooks that weave insightful explorations about Canadian history, understanding of cultures, traditions, customs and values with particular attention to the contributions by Métis, Inuit and First Nations communities into three modules of English, math, social studies and science curriculum.
The ArrowMight program is a home-based literacy program that is comprised of 170 lessons of TeleTeaching on HD-DVD’s with each lesson being 30 minutes long. The full program is intended to be completed in 40 weeks. There is a workbook for each of the 3 modules as well as a hardcover dictionary, a cursive writing booklet and an encyclopedia designed specifically for low literacy skills.
For more information about the program go to http://www.arrowmight.ca/index.php