Note the team from Canadian eLearning Network (CANeLearn) are at the Digital Learning Annual Conference (DLAC) and will be presenting the annual State of the Nation: K-12 e-Learning in Canada study – among other sessions. Check out the information below.
Photo credit: John Rogers (CCO)
Live from Austin — CANeLearn at the DLAC Conference
The team from CANeLearn is presenting four sessions at this year’s Digital Learning Collaborative’s annual conference. There is still time to join the event virtually! (Scroll down for information and links.)
For a quick view of what CANeLearn is sharing at its four sessions, join us live at our launch panel session Tuesday, or take a look at the presentations we will be sharing.
Canadian e-Learning Roundup: Leadership Perspectives, Policy, and Practices from Canada — a panel of Canadian leaders and researchers as they share successes and issues about current and future e-learning policy and practice in Canada.
Live Session Online: Tuesday, February 14 from 10 – 11:15 am Eastern
Design Principles for Digital Learning and NSQOL Standards: Commonalities & Differences — an in-person discussion to gain an understanding of design and organization principles to help inform quality in online learning teacher and leader practices. We will share the Canadian-based online learning design principles, their commonalities and differences to the National Standards for Quality Online Learning (NSQOL), their application to pedagogy and practice, and how the elucidation and clarification of design and organization principles help inform administrative policy for quality online learning.
Design Principles presentation slides here
State of the Nation: K-12 e-Learning in Canada — This session explores K-12 e-learning in Canada based on the 2022 edition of this ongoing, comprehensive study. This annual study examines how K-12 distance, online, and blended learning is governed in each province, territory, and federally, as well as the level of K-12 distance, online, and blended learning activity in each jurisdiction. The full project website is available at https://k12sotn.ca/
- A digital copy of the full poster can be found here
Pandemic Pedagogy: Lessons for future digital learning — Over the past three years, CANeLearn has documented the emergency response to the pandemic of each province and territory. The project examined how jurisdictions responded, what lessons should be learned, and what mistakes should be avoided. All of the reports can be accessed at https://sites.google.com/view/canelearn-ert/ or on the CANeLearn projects page https://canelearn.net/home/research/projects/
- This session was a Table Talk, so there are no slides.
CANeLearn acknowledges the shíshálth Nation on whose traditional territories, here at xwilkway (Halfmoon Bay BC), where we are privileged to live, work, and play. Through our work, we are learning to incorporate Indigenous epistemologies while supporting Indigenization and systemic changes in the K-12 online learning environment of Canada.
The Canadian eLearning Network (CANeLearn) is a Canadian registered not-for-profit society with a vision to be the leading voice in Canada for learner success in K-12 online and blended learning. CANeLearn provides members with networking, collaboration, and research opportunities..
CANeLearn promotes effective practice in online and blended learning; fosters community and facilitates interaction among online and blended learning educators; and connects educators to online and blended learning organizations.