World Citizenship Classes
Students at Nancy Campbell take one World Citizenship Curriculum course every year from grade 9 until graduation. In these courses, students discuss various scenarios in order to analyze a problem or situation, evaluate their own thought processes, and understand other perspectives. Students use their Moral Capabilities skill set to resolve issues in a fair and just manner.
The World Citizenship Curriculum helps students become aware of issues and challenges that society faces, occurring in their own backyard and throughout the world. It helps them better understand the climate of change experienced by youth around the world.
These Ontario Curriculum based courses include: Virtues, Justice and Service; Individual and Family Life; World Religions; Individual Self and Society; and Society, Challenge and Change/World Issues.
When students learn to apply the 19 Moral Capabilities™ to problems in their own backyard, they can set their sights on achieving unity and finding solutions to problems on a global scale.