One of the Canadian eLearning Network’s research project that our researchers have been involved in was presented this session earlier today at the Digital Learning Annual Conference.
Remote Teaching – Emergency or Not: Examining Pandemic Pedagogy in Canada
8:30 AM – 9:45 AM PDT on Wednesday, June 16
Touro University California
Canadian eLearning Network
University of Windsor (Ontario)This panel examines Canada’s response to the pandemic based on three reports. The first described how each jurisdiction managed their emergency remote teaching during Spring 2020. The second outlined how each jurisdiction attempted to manage what should have been a transition to remote teaching during Fall 2020. The third provided vignettes authored by education stakeholders sharing their stories about what actually transpired in their homes, schools, communities, and districts.
The recording of the session is below.
The slides for the session are available at:
Also available at https://www.slideshare.net/mkb/dlac-2021-remote-teaching-emergency-or-not-examining-pandemic-pedagogy-in-canada
DLAC 2021 – Remote Teaching – Emergency or Not: Examining Pandemic Pedagogy in Canada