Hubbub #7 - Rick Hansen Secondary School

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Rick Hansen Secondary School

RH Course: Careers Life Education 10 (Teachers: Jas Gill, Trish Schubert)

This course introduces students to explore themselves and work-life balance. Students learn what is required for them to succeed in the workplace and are given the right tools and resources to do so. Students develop the necessary skills required to be successful at any workplace.

CHALLENGE #1: Diversity and Inclusion in Abbotsford
How might we identify and find ways to break through barriers that exclude residents from participating in our community?
A - What is Vaisakhi?
View the project poster
View the project video
B - Languages Without Barriers
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View the project video

D - Making Parents or Guardians More Aware of School Events
View the project poster
View the project video
CHALLENGE #2: Lessons from COVID
How did (or would have) the COVID-19 pandemic affect the following areas? What can we learn from it?
C - Hansen Step Competition
View the project poster
View the project video


Rick Hansen Secondary School

RH Course: Business School – Marketing & Promotions and E-commerce (Teachers: Sandeep Gill, Inder Virk)

This course explores marketing, promotions and E-commerce. Students will look at:

  • market research process and marketing methods
  • how powerful of a tool your phone can actually be
  • different forms of social media, how to use them effectively and how to monetize them
  • marketing and promoting with the local community
  • theory and practice of how business is done online

This project is a collaboration between the Rick Hansen Business School and the Community Initiative Performance Project led by Paul Luongo (ASIA) . Paul worked with other local music teachers at a number of high schools and middle schools to coordinate the creation of a number of music performances that will be recorded to support community culture. The Rick Hansen students develop marketing plans to fulfill the challenge statement and the resulting idea and materials will be used to market and promote the virtual cultural events.

CHALLENGE: Inclusive & Equitable Digital Marketing of Virtual Community Cultural Events
How can we digitally market the virtual community cultural events in an inclusivity and equitable way?
E - Asia Music Band (market virtually)
View the project poster
View the project video
F - Virtual Multiculturalism
View the project poster
View the project video

G - Virtual Canada Day
View the project poster
View the project video


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Rick Hansen Secondary School

RH Course: Careers Life Education 10 (Teachers: Jas Gill, Trish Schubert)

This course introduces students to explore themselves and work-life balance. Students learn what is required for them to succeed in the workplace and are given the right tools and resources to do so. Students develop the necessary skills required to be successful at any workplace.

CHALLENGE #1: Diversity and Inclusion in Abbotsford
How might we identify and find ways to break through barriers that exclude residents from participating in our community?
A - What is Vaisakhi?
View the project poster
View the project video
B - Languages Without Barriers
View the project poster
View the project video

D - Making Parents or Guardians More Aware of School Events
View the project poster
View the project video
CHALLENGE #2: Lessons from COVID
How did (or would have) the COVID-19 pandemic affect the following areas? What can we learn from it?
C - Hansen Step Competition
View the project poster
View the project video


Rick Hansen Secondary School

RH Course: Business School – Marketing & Promotions and E-commerce (Teachers: Sandeep Gill, Inder Virk)

This course explores marketing, promotions and E-commerce. Students will look at:

  • market research process and marketing methods
  • how powerful of a tool your phone can actually be
  • different forms of social media, how to use them effectively and how to monetize them
  • marketing and promoting with the local community
  • theory and practice of how business is done online

This project is a collaboration between the Rick Hansen Business School and the Community Initiative Performance Project led by Paul Luongo (ASIA) . Paul worked with other local music teachers at a number of high schools and middle schools to coordinate the creation of a number of music performances that will be recorded to support community culture. The Rick Hansen students develop marketing plans to fulfill the challenge statement and the resulting idea and materials will be used to market and promote the virtual cultural events.

CHALLENGE: Inclusive & Equitable Digital Marketing of Virtual Community Cultural Events
How can we digitally market the virtual community cultural events in an inclusivity and equitable way?
E - Asia Music Band (market virtually)
View the project poster
View the project video
F - Virtual Multiculturalism
View the project poster
View the project video

G - Virtual Canada Day
View the project poster
View the project video


Return to the main Hubbub #7 site