Social 30 Edmonton South

Social 30-1* Edmonton South

* While this course is designed primarily for 30-1 students, Social 30-2 students are welcomed and can certainly benefit. The 30-1 / dash-2 courses themselves are similar in terms of content, however the structure of the written portion of the diploma exam is different. So we provide supplementary handouts for our 30-2 students that outline these differences, and our instructors will discuss in class. Just choose the “30-2” option when registering so we can be ready for you!


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Edmonton - North/Central (MacEwan University)

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Edmonton South (Terwillegar Rec Centre)

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Spruce Grove (St. Peter the Apostle High School)

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Instructor: Kevin Heppell

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Kevin Heppell
B.A - University of Alberta (History and English) 2006
B.Ed - University of Alberta (Social Studies and German) 2009

Kevin is a young, engaging and effective teacher in Parkland School Division #70, who teaches both German language courses and social studies at Spruce Grove Composite High School. He earned his B.A at the University of Alberta, majoring in world history with a special interest in the history of the British Empire and imperialism in the 19th Century. Kevin has a special interest in teaching critical thought to his students and especially enjoys teaching the history and philosophies within the Social Studies 30 curriculum. He has spent considerable time living and traveling throughout Central Europe and has partaken in a number of PD events in Europe alongside teachers of German and History from around the globe. Humour, technology and insight are aspects which infuse every lesson of Kevin's, as he works to connect students to social studies through the exploration of contemporary case studies and ideological perspectives.

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