In this issue:
- Live Tutor available before Provincial Exams – StudyBUZZ, Charged Up for Math and Science, and Homework Help are also available 24/7;
- Semester 2 Daily Physical Activity – Now is a good time to set up and use the DPA Tracker
- Elluminate Live! – Version 9.7 now available
- Professional Learning Opportunity – ERAC offers Copyright Essentials for Educators online
- News about the 2010 Online Conference – April 19 to 24, 2010
1. Live Tutor available before Provincial exams
StudyBUZZ, Charged Up for Math and Science, and Homework Help also available 24/7. LearnNowBC is pleased to offer tutoring to help students prepare for their Provincial Exams:
- LearnNowBC’s Live Tutor is available from Sunday to Thursday, 6pm to 10pm (except holidays). Students can participate in up to ten one-on-one tutoring sessions each evening.
- Study Buzz is an online self-help study service, available all day, every day. Students can test themselves, check their results, and see what they need to work on. Available 24/7.
- Charged Up for Math and Science is a “streamed video” lesson service that is available 24/7. Students can choose their course topic, watch the lessons, and get answers to commonly asked questions. Available 24/7.
2. Semester 2 Daily Physical Activity – Now is a good time to set up and use the DPA Tracker
|If you or your Students are having challenges tracking and reporting on Daily Physical Activity (DPA), with the start of Semester 2 approaching, now is the perfect time to get your school set up with the DPA Tracker Module on LearnNowBC!
LearnNowBC’s DPA Tracker helps Students and Educators save time and reduce paper when tracking DPA. For more information please refer to our online resources:
To find out more about how LearnNowBC can help your school manage DPA, please contact Mike Morin at email@example.com.
3. Elluminate Live! – Version 9.7 now available
4. Professional Learning Opportunity – ERAC offers Copyright Essentials for Educators online
|Copyright Essentials for Educators is a short online course which teaches BC educators the basics of Canadian copyright law as it relates to the use of print, video, audio, and digital resources in a K-12 setting. This is a fully online, self-paced and self-directed course that should take 2.5 to 4 hours to complete.
The course is aimed at ERAC contacts, managers, administrators, learning resource specialists, teacher-librarians, teachers, IT personnel, and anyone interested in learning about copyright in an educational setting.
- Student teachers: $50
- BC educators who are ERAC members:$60
- Non-ERAC members: $100
- Visit the ERAC website for more information
5. News about the 2010 Online Conference – April 19-24, 2010
- Browse through the Learning Resource Repository for free Learning Objects to use in the classroom. Resources available in these subject areas: English, French, Korean, Health & Career Education, Mathematics, Punjabi, Sciences, Social Studies, and Spanish