Taking the pulse of online and blended learning in Canada
CANeLearn continues to build on its past research of online and blended learning and is embarking on building a base for quality in online pedagogy (see more about the design principles study here).
What we have published:
- e-Learning research overview: https://canelearn.net/2019/10/02/e-learning-research-overview-ontario/
- What e-learning (online learning) really looks like: https://canelearn.net/2019/04/18/what-does-online-learning-really-look-like/
- Backgrounder for the ON mandatory e-learning announcement: https://canelearn.net/2019/04/28/onelearning-backgrounder/
- Journal publication re the ON announcement: http://www.ijede.ca/index.php/jde/article/view/1137/1738
- Definitions for the multiple terms used can be found here: https://k12sotn.ca/papers/defining-e-learning-in-canada/
- And you can find individual jurisdiction data on the State of the Nation website here https://k12sotn.ca/data/
For a more recent description of pandemic pedagogy, check out our research site here: https://sites.google.com/view/canelearn-ert/
Upcoming Studies & CANeLearn Research
Remote Learning – how did we fare?
- A study of selected jurisdictions across Canada during the pandemic;
- Successful practices; and
- Where gaps and challenges occurred.
Post-pandemic policy and practice – implications for online learning’s future
- A publication analyzing pandemic policy and impacts.