Finding the Silver Lining

Finding the Silver Lining

...we have always emphasized to students the importance of being an Independent Worker. We have always believed that this habit is one that would set students up for success, both now and in the future. However, neither students nor we could have imagined how this habit’s importance would be emphasized during a global pandemic.
What? I’m Now My Child’s Teacher!

What? I’m Now My Child’s Teacher!

...in the midst of juggling working from home and keeping the normal household functioning, parents are now putting in long hours trying to help their children over the hurdles of learning outside of the classroom. Here’s the good news. You are still the PARENT! The teachers at Master’s are still the TEACHERS. Your role is what has always been – to teach what we call the “soft skills of life”.
Where Does Courage Come From?

Where Does Courage Come From?

I have found that courage is linked to your centre and Big WHY. ...whatever is at the centre will be your source of security, guidance, wisdom, and power. It's what gives you your sense of worth, your direction, your ability to make decisions and your capacity to act.
Reaching Mastery Through Self Assessment

Reaching Mastery Through Self Assessment

At Master’s we believe it is possible for ALL students to reach Mastery in their learning. We believe it so strongly that Mastery is one of the layers of our education model. However, in order to reach Mastery, a culture of empowerment and Ownership must first be established.
I Have a DREAM!

I Have a DREAM!

At the heart of who we are, is our Big WHY, which answers the question of why does Master’s even exist and why do we do what we do? It is easy to describe what we do and how we do it as a leading academic institution in Alberta, but to understand "why" we must go to a deeper level of insight.