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Friday, August 25
 

9:30am

Making Sense of Sharing: Pan-Canadian Consortia Models
See how educators across Canada are finding ways to share resources, practices, and even learners.  Hear from consortia leaders about some of the unique ways they are helping teachers and program leaders increase e-learning across schools, districts, and communities.

Find out how similar strategies could be applied in your own setting.

Recorded presentation

CANeLearn & OCeLC presentation

OeLC presentation

Curated Notes

Speakers
avatar for Randy LaBonte

Randy LaBonte

Canadian eLearning Network
I have been lucky to serve as a senior level executive for over 30 years in the education sector: - lead consultant for seven years at the BC Ministry of Education involved in field work leading to the development of policy, agreements, and e-learning standards; - helped develop... Read More →
avatar for Paul Lachance

Paul Lachance

Direction adjointe / Membre du CA, CAVLFO / CANeLearn
avatar for Todd Pottle

Todd Pottle

Coordinator, Ontario eLearning Consortium
Todd is a Secondary School Administrator on secondment as the Coordinator of the Ontario eLearning Consortium - a grassroots partnership of Ontario School Boards that, since 2001, have worked together to deliver online Ontario secondary courses, develop resources, tools and procedures... Read More →
avatar for Michael Redfearn

Michael Redfearn

Coordinator, Ontario Catholic eLearning Consortium
I am a former secondary school media literacy and English teacher, district K-12 technology coordinator and eLearning contact. I currently serve as coordinator of the Ontario Catholic eLearning Consortium and am the owner of Michael Redfearn Consulting, a venture dedicated to helping... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am
Ontario

9:30am

Making Sense of Sharing: Pan-Canadian Consortia Models
See how educators across Canada are finding ways to share resources, practices, and even learners.  Hear from consortia leaders about some of the unique ways they are helping teachers and program leaders increase e-learning across schools, districts, and communities.

Find out how similar strategies could be applied in your own setting.

Recorded presentation

CANeLearn & OCeLC presentation

OeLC presentation

Curated Notes

Speakers
avatar for Randy LaBonte

Randy LaBonte

Canadian eLearning Network
I have been lucky to serve as a senior level executive for over 30 years in the education sector: - lead consultant for seven years at the BC Ministry of Education involved in field work leading to the development of policy, agreements, and e-learning standards; - helped develop... Read More →
avatar for Paul Lachance

Paul Lachance

Direction adjointe / Membre du CA, CAVLFO / CANeLearn
avatar for Todd Pottle

Todd Pottle

Coordinator, Ontario eLearning Consortium
Todd is a Secondary School Administrator on secondment as the Coordinator of the Ontario eLearning Consortium - a grassroots partnership of Ontario School Boards that, since 2001, have worked together to deliver online Ontario secondary courses, develop resources, tools and procedures... Read More →
avatar for Michael Redfearn

Michael Redfearn

Coordinator, Ontario Catholic eLearning Consortium
I am a former secondary school media literacy and English teacher, district K-12 technology coordinator and eLearning contact. I currently serve as coordinator of the Ontario Catholic eLearning Consortium and am the owner of Michael Redfearn Consulting, a venture dedicated to helping... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am
Ontario

10:45am

eHubs
Join in a lively presentation of eHub models followed by in-depth discussion of how to improve your own board's ability to program eHubs to support students in e-learning programs.  Please come prepared to share your ideas.

Curated Notes

Speakers
avatar for Rob Gilmour

Rob Gilmour

Principal, Loyola School of Adult and Continuing Education
Rob is the Principal at Loyola School of Adult and Continuing Education with the Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board.  He began his teaching career in 1992 coordinating the Pathfinder Learning System computer managed learning program at his site.  This lead into... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 10:45am - 12:00pm
Niagara

10:45am

eLearning Programs for Adults
Join in a lively presentation of exemplary programming for adults followed by in-depth discussion of how to improve your own board's ability to engage adults effectively in e-learning programs.

Curated Notes

Speakers
HN

Hanne Nielsen

Simcoe County District School Board


Friday August 25, 2017 10:45am - 12:00pm
Ontario

10:45am

eTeacher Training Programs
Limited Capacity seats available

In an effort to remain current in the field of education and technology, it is essential for teachers to pursue on-going professional development. With a mission to ensure that students are receiving the best educational opportunities available to them, technology becomes a fundamental component of that mission.

During this 1-hr round-table discussion, representatives from Queen’s Faculty of Education, Continuing Teacher Education, and CANeLearn invite you to join in a discussion about the needs of teachers in the online learning environment.  Bring your voice and ideas to share in a discussion about how providers can work with education leaders to fulfill areas in which technology skills and e-learning pedagogy proficiency can support those teaching online or transitioning to do so.

We all understand that technology can provide us with limitless potential for learning opportunities; the question is how can we get there?  Join us and help shape the how...

About Queen's University eTeacher Programs...

Unlike the majority of continuing teacher education courses offered by university faculties of education in Ontario, Queen’s University has a new vision for what professional development should look like. In addition to the Additional Qualification, created and governed by OCT, Queen’s is looking to create a series of micro-course certificates, based entirely on the needs present in domestic, international, and virtual classroom environments.  Now, teacher’s will have the opportunity to take a 30-hr micro course to better understand a topic, theory, or technology that may be encouraged by their school or district, from a course provider who has subject matter experts working with professional instructional designers, editors, and web developers to design a top-quality course. Designers, developers, and instructors, who are part of a system that has been in place for over 15 years, maintain this course.

Curated Notes

 


Speakers
avatar for Barb Huffman

Barb Huffman

Manager, Continuing Teacher Education & Professional Studies, Queens University
Queen’s Continuing Teacher Education offers five BC TQS-approved post-graduate certificates: | • Early Childhood Education | • English Language Learners | • Mathematics Education | • Special Education | • Teacher Librarian | Our courses are based on current research... Read More →
avatar for Nicole Leach

Nicole Leach

Academic Content Advisor, Queens University
Nicole works as an Instructional Desinger in the Continuing Teacher Education department at Queen's university. She is also working toward a Masters in Education with a focus on learning and cognition. It is from her experiences leading projects to create and revise some of our ever... Read More →


Friday August 25, 2017 10:45am - 12:00pm
Simcoe