March 2021 Newsletter

Photo credit: Ellen Kinsel | Northern Exposure Welcome to the March CANeLearn News. Who’s ready for Spring?  We know our colleagues in the prairie provinces certainly are!  March is closing like a lamb in some provinces, not so much in others where it remains a lion.  April typically brings a strong sense of renewal and optimism, […]

Announcing #DLsymp21 Keynotes

2021 Digital Learning Symposium April 22nd and 23rd, 2021 Leading flexible learning models, environments, and online instructional approaches Announcing #DLsymp21 – Keynotes!   Join us for a flexible program with fast-paced, interactive options to build connections through discussion and dialogue   REGISTER or find out more on #DLsymp21   Watch for more on Well-Being Workshop Reprise and Lindsay Titus, Design Principles […]

Febuary 2021 Newsletter

Welcome to the February CANeLearn News February: The month where it seems winter just wants to hang on.  Despite the days getting longer, the groundhog’s shadows are following us!   Friday Online PD On Friday the 18th Annual Digital Learning Symposium (#DLsymp21), brought to you by CANeLearn and the BC Partners, launches with a Well-Being […]

February 26 Well-Being Workshop

    2021 Digital Learning Symposium   April 22nd and 23rd, 2021   Pre-Symposium Launches February 26!   April 22/23 features Tony Bates, Design Principles for Online Learning, Ministry Updates, Demo Slam   Emerging themes from #DLsymp21 ~ Coming May 7th!   Find out more on the #DLsymp21 website     #DLsymp21 Takes Off!   Join us on Friday, […]

We Need Your Voice! #DLsymp21 Takes Off!

Invitation to Online Learning Study & 2021 Digital Learning Symposium April 22nd and 23rd, 2021   We need your voices! Design conversations informing online learning in BC Collaboration & sharing at the 18th Annual DL Symposium  During the month of February, CANeLearn is engaging educators across BC, later in Canada, in facilitated conversations about teaching in […]

January 2021 Newsletter

  The picture above represents the hope we see at the start of the third decade of the 21st Century.  The photo is sunrise at Abraham Lake in Alberta and offered to us by our gifted photographer and newsletter editor, Ellen Kinsel.  CANeLearn hopes this new year offers everyone the patience and resolve to push beyond the challenges of […]

December 2020 Newsletter

The image above, courtesy of long-time colleague and photographer Ellen Kinsel, is a beautiful visual metaphor for self-reflection – which we trust you have the opportunity for during the holiday – a much-needed break this year.  This month’s news features personal reflections, upcoming learning opportunities, and readings for the holiday.   Lamenting 2020 As 2020 and its ‘blurdays’ […]

CANeLearn Webinar

  CANeLearn Webinar Friday A Fall Like No Other Part 2 ~ Un automne pas comme les autres (2ème partie): Stories from the Field – Voices of K-12 Stakeholders During Pandemic December 4th at 1:00 pm Eastern A presentation and discussion of new CANeLearn research on Cross Canada responses to the Fall pandemic planning in K-12 schools — […]

November 2020 Newsletter

November CANeLearn News We trust this newsletter finds you safe, healthy, and coping in these yet even more challenging times.  We are here to help keep children the focus, our feet moving forward, determination intact, and ourselves, family, and everyone in our personal place in this world as safe as possible.  The world moves forward despite, and we […]

October 2020 Newsletter

We hope this newsletter finds you rested after some time away with family and starting this shortened week having found some “thanks” to share over the weekend.  At least we can thank 2020 for only having two more months left to get through. After a difficult September school start, October launched with additional challenges managing not only masked students in […]