Well, we somehow made it through to June – screen fatigue and all. We at CANeLearn hope this newsletter finds you well and looking forward to connecting with friends and family. This is the summer of the ‘staycation’ and we hope you get yours soon. Of course, the summer is also about recharging and getting ready for the upcoming school year. Scroll down for some articles to check out on the beach.
While we hope September will see a return to students in schools, how many and how often is yet to be determined. Upcoming online workshops and keynote sessions are being planned this summer and throughout the school year to help.
Watch for more information coming about the summit and professional learning options from CANeLearn that will be announced throughout the summer.
2020 CANeLearn Leadership Summit
August 20 & 21 Online
Connecting virtually – networking across Canada
Featuring keynotes from Canadian & International leaders
Blended Digital Ed Conference 2020
October 23rd – Virtual/Online
Call for proposals open
11th Canadian Leadership Summit 2020
Date and location announcement soon!
Mark the dates: June 14-16, 2021 in Austin, TX
In the News
BC Teachers share experiences on return to class in June
Remote teaching precipitates call for rural broadband access
From Emergency Remote Teaching to Rigorous Online Learning
Resources for the Digital Classroom
Common Sense Education Resources
Quality Matters Emergency Remote Teaching Checklist
CANeLearn’s Emergency Remote Teaching Resources, Tools, Ideas
eCampusOntario’s updated list of tools and resources
Worth digging into…
The 7 elements of a good online course
BCcampus’ Resources for Finding and Using OER
Dig into Tony Bates’ Latest
Michael Barbour’s 5 Minutes on K-12 Online Learning series
Creating an Online Community, Class or Conference – Quick Tech Guide
Teaching, Technology, and Teacher Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Stories from the Field
K-12 Community of Inquiry: A case study of the applicability of the Community of Inquiry framework in the K-12 learning environment
Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute: Quarterly Research Clearinghouse Newsletter
Adventures in Archives