A couple of days ago the Information and Communications Technology Council released a report that is quite relevant to readers of our annual project. Indigenous-Led E-Learning and Enabling Technologies A Scan of Programs in Canada By Faun Rice , Noah Lubendo , Trevor Quan
As a part of the 2019 State of the Nation: K-12 e-Learning in Canada report, we have featured a vignette from the Wahsa Distance Education Centre (WDEC). This is actually the projects first interactions with the WDEC, which was one of
Another entry focused on an emerging FNMI issue in Saskatchewan that we were given permission to re-post. Another item has been re-posted from 21st Century Constructivist Confabulations. – * – * – * – * – * – * –
An entry focused on an emerging FNMI issue in Saskatchewan that we were given permission to re-post. This is re-posted from The Director’s Cut on 21st Century Learning. – * – * – * – * – * – * – *
A friend of the State of the Nation project posted this on Friday and we were given permission to re-post it here. eLearning Funding from AANDC in Jeopardy across Canada: Inequity all Around, and Students will Lose! I wrote this article recently for
Here are the slides from a presentation on the latest annual report that I gave earlier today to representatives from Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada in Ottawa, Ontario.
More than a week ago, I got the following mention in Twitter: This is actually a topic that I’ve discussed in the past on my Virtual School Meanderings blog, but never in a specific manner (i.e., various entries on the topic,
I first saw this news item from my good friend Darren Cannell over at Teaching and Developing Online (see entry entitled Cameco gives $2M to virtual school). It was also in my RSS reader courtesy of Virtual School News (see