The CANeLearn board wishes you a safe and happy holiday break. Our December newsletter provides event updates, news, and a curated list of research and articles for your winter respite, beach-bound, hill-bound, or home-bound!
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April 7-9 in Vancouver
Early Bird rates end Friday, December 22nd!
Theme: “Fostering Inquiry: Personal Learning in Digital Environments”
Featuring EdTechTeam, Microsoft Education & Skills session
Discounts for members and groups
Non-member and attending? Join CANeLearn for the same price!
May 9-10 in Ottawa
Optional evening keynote address
Full day skill building event
More info at http://www.boltt.ca/ottawa-spring-conference/
Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE) Conference 2019 – Making Waves: Educational Disruptions and Transformations
May 21-24, 2019 | Vancouver, British Columbia
More information here https://cnie2019.arts.ubc.ca/
In the News
Missed BOLTT18 in Toronto?
Check out links to Padlet’s used to curate all the resources and presentatons: http://www.boltt.ca/toronto-fall-conference/toronto-schedule/
Saskatchewan IT Summit 2019 – Call for Presenters
How Canada became an education superpower
Bookmark for your holiday reading…
Education Starts with Research
Digital Learning Collaborative: Online learning for Pre-K children
Power Up Blended Learning: A Professional Learning Infrastructure to Support Sustainable Change
Ten Successful Ways Institutions Around the World are Addressing the Challenge of Retention Rates in Online Learning
Nashua School District Studying Replacing Subs With Online Learning
10 Tips for Effective Online Discussions
Increasing Interpersonal Interactions in an Online Course: Does Increased Instructor Email Activity and Voluntary Meeting Time in a Physical Classroom Facilitate Student Learning?
Special Report: Funding and Resourcing of Distributed Learning in Canada
Teaching Online or Hoarding Frogs in a Wheel Barrow
Why do students sometimes stumble right out of the gate, fall through the cracks midstream, or abandon course just when the finish line is in sight?