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June 1, 2020

[L_OSBC_Announce] Shared ED Supports Education

Note this item from the Open School BC folks.

https://www.shareedbc.ca

With over 1400 resources made available over the last couple of weeks we have become the go to place for education resources.

Working with Open School BC and schools, school districts and teachers we offer resources to share as well as the ability to connect, contribute and collaborate.

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I invite you to share this with your friends and colleagues.

Thank you,
Michael Cochrane
Open School BC

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April 21, 2020

Moodle Hub Members Area: 2020 Digital Learning Symposium – Now Online

Note this up-coming online Canadian conference.

2020 Digital Learning Symposium – now online by
Moodle Hub – Sunday, 19 April 2020, 7:59 AM
The 2020 Digital Learning Symposium conference is coming up quickly. It will take place online during April 27th – April 30th.

Kudos to the organizers for quickly switching from an in person format, which had to be cancelled due to Covid, to a fully online format. This conference resonates well with educators, primarily due to it’s focus on teacher needs.

To register for the conference and to see the program, please follow this link: https://canelearn.net/symposium20/

April 17, 2020

[L_OSBC_Announce] Open School BC Has More

Like I say at some point most days these days, I’m getting a backlog in items that I want to post, so I’ll start posting them more frequently for the rest of the day.

A resource from a Canadian K-12 distance learning program.

Open School BC has more resources (of course) for you to try out during the school closure.
https://www.openschool.bc.ca/keeplearning/

We invite you to check out our daily “Activity” for school children of all ages. These are device free and simple to use for students and parents and teachers looking for activities during these trying times.

This site is updated every school day so you can check back regularly, we invite you to pass this learning resource site address along to your friends and colleagues to discover.

Thank you,
Michael Cochrane
Open School BC
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February 13, 2020

[L_OSBC_Announce] Spring Conference Reminder

Note this conference reminder…

Hello to all of our friends and colleagues in the DL Community, we just wanted to send out this quick little reminder about the upcoming learning conference coming this spring.

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I invite you to share this with your friends and colleagues.

Thank you,
Michael Cochrane
Open School BC

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Attachment: DL Learning 2020.pdf

January 24, 2020

[L_OSBC_Announce] New Resources

This resource may be of interest to readers in British Columbia.

I invite you to share this with your friends and colleagues.

Thank you,
Michael Cochrane
Open School BC

As follow-up to our announcement at yesterday’s stand-up here are the links to our Compassionate Learning Communities – Supporting Trauma-informed Practice webpage and resources that have been published and are now accessible online:

https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/erase/mental-health

*   Click on drop-down ‘Trauma-informed Practice’
*   Click on ‘Ministry of Education: Compassionate Learning Communities – Supporting Trauma-informed Practice’

Cheers & many thanks again to all who contributed and cheered us on!
Sheena


The Compassionate Learning Communities – Supporting Trauma-Informed Practice site<https://mytrainingbc.ca/traumainformedpractice/> includes downloadable resource packages that can be used by individuals and training facilitators. Each package includes:

*   Presentation slide decks with embedded videos
*   Facilitator’s guide
*   Participant handout
*   Tip Sheet one-pager
*   Resources for further study

These resources are designed to increase general understanding of adverse childhood experiences and trauma and their impacts on learning. The resources are not about trauma-specific care, which is only provided by appropriately trained professionals.
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