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 [...]
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 [...]
Some recent statistics from our YouTube Channel. May 2020 Creator Monthly Canadian eLearning Network Creator since 03-2017 55 subscribers Happy YouTube-versary! It's been more than 1,576,800 minutes since your first upload. That's 3 whole years! Here’s how your channel did this month +4 SUBSCRIBERS +441 VIEWS +2,145 MINUTES WATCHED And [...]
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 [...]
Context Teachers now find themselves forced to teach remotely in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. The internet is full of ideas, resources, posts, and advice on what to do. Schools and districts are doing their best to provide direction for teachers, but advice varies. Teachers, parents, and students face [...]
Welcome to the Spring Break - an extra-long one for many this year with the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. These are unprecedented times we live in, everyone is challenged but it is encouraging to see how Canadians have come together and are following our health authority's advice. It may be time [...]
https://youtu.be/8PoFgsLkUU0 The Canadian eLearning Network (CANeLearn) hosted a webinar on the recently released 2019 State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada report that was led by Michael Barbour and Randy LaBonte. The session occurred on 12 March 2020.
The Canadian eLearning Network will be hosting a webinar on the recently released 2019 State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada report. When: Thursday, March 12, 2020 3:30 PM Pacific Time You MUST register in advance for this meeting at: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/u5Quc-2uqT0tfGMGCMuss6CupdgQPsIQ9g After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about [...]