Spring is near, including the K-12 traditional Spring Break, and thoughts turn to new pursuits that take flight in the energy of the spring.
This newsletter features events of interest, news, and announcements. We celebrate the release of the tenth anniversary of the K12 State of the Nation research document and offer some research and articles for your spring break reading pleasure.
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Open Education Week 2018
March 5 to 9: https://www.openeducationweek.org/schedule
April 18-20, Richmond, BC
Annual Digital Learning Symposium brought to you by the BC Partners in Online Learning and the Canadian eLearning Network
Frontiers of Innovation: Curriculum Change in Online Learning Environments.
Dialogue, networking, sharing, creating, and learning
Program here: https://2018dlsymposium.sched.com/
Upcoming PD – Mark your calendars!
blendED2018: Alberta’s Blended and Online Symposium
CIDER Session: State of the Nation — K12 E-Learning in Canada
New Archives Worth a Look
Canada Moodle Moot: https://canadamoodlemoot2018.sched.com/
Alan November: https://home.edweb.net/webinar/adaptiveliteracy20180222/
OpenCon 2018 K-12 Athabasca: http://bolt.athabascau.ca/index.php/k-12-open-conference-2018/
In the News
State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada Updates
McDowell Foundation Award
Steve Dotto’s Tech Toolkit
To boldly go… – from @dougpete
Spring Break reading…
From Signals to Seas of Change
Blended Learning – Design, Delivery, and Engagement
Rethinking Learning and Teaching in the Digital Age
Ten key developments changing the dynamics of universities and colleges:
From Stephen Downes: Top Articles Worth Reading
Is Learning to Learn from MOOCs a Teachable Skill?
The Web We Weave: Curation in Action
Global Digital Citizen Foundation – Interesting Blogs…
Edsurge Blog Posts on Technology in Schools
From the MVLRI Research Clearinghouse k12onlineresearch.org
Adventures in Archives
2017 Leadership Summit
Check out presentations, curated documents & video recordings!
2017 BOLTT (Bringing Online Teachers Together) Conference
Presentation Padlet archives here:
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