We noticed that earlier today the Canadian eLearning Network (CANeLearn) posted their January 2023 Newsletter, and it features the annual study and our upcoming webinars.
As many across Canada embrace the colder weather and a new year of promises and plans, for CANeLearn folks 2023 sees the growth of e-learning expanding in each province with new program announcements and policy implementations. Last month we shared a summary and next week we are offering an update online with the release of the 2022 State of the Nation report. You can join one of two CANeLearn webinar sessions next week to learn more about the findings contained in the State of the Nation annual report. Scroll down to register.
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The 2022 State of the Nation report is now available and includes updates on last school year’s registrations, policy changes, and comprehensive details on the state of e-learning across Canada. There are a variety of issues briefs and vignettes to provide more detailed insight into the stories from contributing practitioners. Find out more at https://k12sotn.ca/
We are offering two Canadian eLearning Network webinars next week where Michael Barbour and Randy LaBonte will present the results of the latest State of the Nation: K-12 e-Learning in Canada annual report.
Tuesday, 24 January 2023 at 10:00 AM Pacific Time
To register, visit https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJApcu2rrTwpHN0GpdvyinWnPgH1nr0TFV-X
Thursday, 26 January 2023 at 04:00 PM Pacific Time
To register, visit https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcsc-mrpj0tEtFF0rYYPVxpHqW6szxOHf4e
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
To view the full newsletter, click https://canelearn.net/2023/01/20/jan23-newsletter/
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I work with students with exceptionalities in a Distance Learning school in northern BC. Are there national or provincial networks of online Learning Assistance Teachers and Certified Education Assistants that can collaborate to share what’s working well for inclusive Blended Learning?
Marni, the first network that comes to mind is the Canadian eLearning Network (CANeLearn) that is mentioned in the entry, which has a pan-Canadian focus, but a great deal of BC-based involvement. I would also suggest that you check out BC Educators for Distributed Learning. I hope this helps…
Thanks, Michael, for the helpful recommendations!