Report Review – Class, Take Out Your Tablets: The Impact of Technology on Learning and Teaching in Canada

Finally, as was suggested in the entry entitled Report Review – Uncharted Waters: A World-class Canadian E-learning Paradigm, we  wanted to examine the other two reports that were published by the Information and Communications Technology Council.  On Wednesday we reviewed

Report Review – 21st Century Digital Skills: Competencies, Innovations and Curriculum in Canada

As was suggested in the entry entitled Report Review – Uncharted Waters: A World-class Canadian E-learning Paradigm, we wanted to examine the other two reports that were published by the Information and Communications Technology Council.  The second report related to

OECD – School Education During COVID-19: Were Teachers And Students Ready? (By Country)

Another follow-up to the Canadian eLearning Network’s (CANeLearn’s) Pandemic Pedagogy Research reports – and the entry this past week entitled OECD – School Education During COVID-19: Were Teachers And Students Ready?  The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OCED) has also

OECD – School Education During COVID-19: Were Teachers And Students Ready?

As a follow-up to the Canadian eLearning Network’s (CANeLearn’s) Pandemic Pedagogy Research reports, there have been several reports published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OCED) that have also included a focus on or content related to Canada

[REPOST] Dean Shareski Touts New CANeLearn Report Examining Preparations for the 2021-22 School Year

This entry was originally posted on the Canadian eLearning Networks blog at https://canelearn.net/2021/11/04/dean-shareski-touts-new-canelearn-report-examining-preparations-for-the-2021-22-school-year/.  It is being reported here because of its relevance to the focus of this annual study. The current state of education in Canada might be best described