Welcome to CANeLearn's Pandemic Pedagogy Research Site

The CANeLearn report series highlights the announcements, supports, and policy changes each Canadian jurisdiction made to continue to promote learning throughout the pandemic, starting in Spring 2020. This site includes presentation archives in addition to copies of the reports that are also published on the CANeLearn website.

The sixth report consolidates details found in the previous reports (see below) that provided a summary of the publicly announced accommodations made to ensure continuity of learning during the pandemic.

This summary report goes further, describing the face-to-face, online, remote, and hybrid learning options provided across Canada. It compares and analyses the different learning models used in the provinces and territories, ending with a glimpse at the challenges and issues beginning in the 2021-22 school year.

Research Report Publications and Presentations

Presentation video

Pandemic Pedagogy in Canada- Lessons from the first 18 months

Presentation slide deck

Presentation video

CANeLearn National Presentation Summit21.pptx

Presentation slide deck

Presentation video


Presentation slide deck

A Fall Like No Other- canelearn-remote-teaching report2.pdf

Presentation video

CANeLearn A Fall Like No Other- Pandemic Response Nov 13_2020

Presentation slide deck


Presentation Video

CANeLearn Documenting Triage: Oct 16 2020 Slidedeck

Presentation Slidedeck

Read Tony Bates' blog post on this second report - Tony wrote the Foreword to this report

Contact the researchers:

  • Joelle Nagle, University of Windsor - Ph.D., M.Ed., B.Ed., B.A., OCT ~ jnagle3@uwo.ca

  • Michael Barbour, Associate Professor, Touro University - Ph.D., M.Ed,, B.Ed., B.A. ~ mkbarbour@gmail.com

  • Randy LaBonte, CEO, CANeLearn, Instructor, Vancouver Island University - Ph.D., M.Ed., B.Ed. ~ rlabonte@CANeLearn.net

These reports and site are published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 license https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/ ~~ Images by @rlabonte and @mkbtuc

In partnership with the CIDER Research Initiative http://cider.athabascau.ca/