May 2021 Newsletter

Photo credit: Ellen Kinsel   Dandelions are a perennial spring symbol, the joy of young children, and the bane of gardeners (thank you No Mow May for starting to change that!).  Their yellow flowers resemble the sun, ball of seeds the moon, and their dispersing seeds (guilty of helping that happen!) the stars.  According to A to Z Flowers, […]

April 2021 Newsletter

Photo credit: Ellen Kinsel Welcome to the April CANeLearn News Well, I guess it is welcome, and goodbye, to April all at the same time.  Our time in April here at CANeLearn has been focused on the 18th Annual Digital Learning Symposium which concludes May 7.  I guess we have been too busy to see the month […]

CANeLearn Workshops

A new monthly workshop series will launch following the August summit and will consider topics emerging from the August event

June 2020 Newsletter

  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 […]

April 2020 Newsletter

We hope this newsletter finds you well and connecting with students and family, albeit virtually amidst the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.  At times like these, it is vitally important to make time to step back and remember that everyone is challenged and struggling.  Our most important focus must be on our students and children.  George Couros posted a […]

DLsymp20 – New Virtual Conference Program & Keynotes

  The 17th Annual Digital Learning Symposium has shifted from a hotel-base to a virtual event.  Our program has been completely redesigned to take advantage of the virtual medium.  Additional keynote speakers have been added – choose single days or all four. Online learning tools have been selected for active use and hands-on experience during presentations and discussions.  The […]