Welcome to the October CANeLearn News.
As Fall professional learning events continue, this time with most in-person and many available as hybrid events, we take time to reflect and celebrate the changing of the season and the hallowed eve festivities.
This month’s newsletter provides an update on CANeLearn initiatives and offers some new and interesting resources and research including links to some CANeLearn recent presentations.
Congratulations to our BCEDL partners for a quality hybrid 20th Annual Digital Learning Symposium. CANeLearn was active in sessions and supporting the event. We now look forward to being in Toronto at the Ontario eLearning Consortium’s (OeLC) November 9-10 Bringing Online Teachers Together (BOLTT) conference.
CANeLearn is exploring how our Design Principles for Online Learning frame the US National Standards for Quality Online Learning. Watch for more information and research updates in future newsletters.
Scroll down to check out some new resources and ideas – archive resources too!
Photo credit: @rlabonte
Readings & Resources
Contact North widens access to third edition of ‘Teaching in a Digital Age’ | Tony Bates
Check out the slides from #AECT22 – Pandemic Pedagogy in Canada: Lessons from the First 18 Months
Leadership Panel – Session at October’s 20th Annual Digital Learning Symposium
More Questions From Saskatchewan – State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada
We need to get online learning right before the next crisis hits
Photo by Ellen Kinsel
Quarterly Research Clearinghouse Newsletter
Online Teaching in K-12 Education in the United States: A Systematic Review
Indigitization – Tools for Digitizing and Sustaining Indigenous Knowledge
Google Canada commits $2.7 million to online safety & digital skills training for Indigenous communities
Who: The BOLTT Conference focuses on the needs of: