Friday, September 16 [online]
Policy & Pandemic Shifts in e-Learning
Register now for exclusive access to archives, documents, and pre-release of CANeLearn’s latest publication: Teaching during Times of Turmoil!
John Watson — Digital Learning Collaborative (US)
Jon Proctor & the OeLC team! — (ON)
Michael Canuel — LEARN (QC)
Michael Barbour (K-12 State of the Nation)
Robert Martellacci (Mindshare Learning / C21 Canada)
OeLC: A Data Perspective on (Ontario’s) PPM167
BC Online Learning Policy Implementation, K-12
Digital Security & Privacy
Designing Learning Spaces
Building Inclusive Classrooms
Closing panel to push our thinking through the school year
Included in registration will be a pre-release of CANeLearn’s summative Pandemic Pedagogy & Policy series
Policy & Pandemic Shifts in e-Learning:
Successes & Lessons from across Canada
The research on centralized and decentralized e-learning indicates both are successful in Canada, however, it is the design, delivery, and support for e-learning determines that determines success
. The achievement of mandatory e-learning and other policy changes underway in Canada will depend on how those policies are implemented, both centrally and locally at the school board levels
Join CANeLearn researchers, practitioners, and leaders from the provincial consortia as they share critical information, models, and insights on how best to meet the new policy and e-learning requirements in their provinces.
- Learn how leading Ontario boards are working to ensure a successful increase for mandatory e-learning
- Check out how BC policy changes and a shift to designated Provincial Online Learning Schools have affected the online learning landscape in the province
- See how leading online programs are helping others avoid the pitfalls of two years of remote learning.
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Modeling hybrid learning & full technology solutions
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The BOLTT Conference focuses on the needs of:
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