Tuesday night online discussions are back!
We welcome all educator leaders to join in our synchronous (live) conversation each Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. EST to share their thoughts and experiences.
This week (January 20), we are talking about the #onewordONT choices for 2015 – both our personal choices and the common choices that have been shared. Come and share your story, and hear what is influencing and motivating other educators in their practice.
Join the OSSEMOOC meeting room [here] any time after 7:30 EST.
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As we wrap up our focus on blogging and move into our focus on Digital Citizenship, we are inviting you to have a conversation with us on Tuesday evening around what learning will look like five years from now. Where are we going in Ontario?
We initially held this conversation about a month ago as part of the stakeholder consultation process for eLearning Ontario as the group moves forward with their work in providing the tools Ontario students need for technology-enabled learning. Since then, the new vision document has helped inform some of what we are doing as we have a clearer impression of where Ontario is going.
The stakeholder consultation process closes on April 30, and we would like to offer OSSEMOOC participants one more opportunity to provide feedback. Please join us on Tuesday, April 29 at 8 p.m. EDT [here] for a live discussion opportunity. The online room opens at 7:30 for set up. If you are new to collaborate, you will need some time to get set up, so feel free to start any time after7:30.
We value your input to this process. Conversations about learning in the future have been very rich as we have moved around the province working with different stakeholder groups. I know this will be a catalyst for further thinking about student needs in Ontario as we move from great to excellent!
If you are unable to join us, please use this form to provide input via this Feedback Form. Thank you for taking the time to help us make the most informed decisions possible around the tools our learners need to succeed.
Your OSSEMOOC Team