Comparative Civilizations

Learn about different societies around the world throughout history and what made them tick, from the perspective of culture, art, economics, and belief systems. ?Build your critical and creative thinking skills to gain an appreciation of the diversity of world-views and cultures.

Your Teacher – Jana Josue

jana josue portrait?Jana is a proud Vancouverite who has recently graduated from UBC with a degree in History and Education. She works hard for her secondary students, but also enjoys working with young minds and students who have had difficulties with traditional instruction. She has had a passion for teaching from a young age and works to make sessions both engaging and relevant to her students. Teaching has brought her many adventures and life lessons, not only in Vancouver, but also in the Philippines. When she isn?t behind a camera snapping pictures, she can be found passionately watching NBA games, relaxing to music, or quietly reading a book.

How much does it cost?

When is it?
Wednesday & Friday 10-12

What are the dates?
Term 2: February 8 – June 23

What ages is it appropriate for?
15 ? 17

What credits can be earned?
Comparative Civilizations 12

Contact us to sign up

To be eligible for credit for this class, students must be enrolled in an accredited distance learning program.
Students may withdraw up to 14 days after the start of the pod and receive a full refund for the class minus the cancellation fee of $100. After that time, the fees are non-refundable.?