Exploring Ontario’s VLE in Kitchener at the Tannery

Join us August 22

You’re invited!

Join us for a free, hands-on event at the Tannery in Kitchener on August 22 to discover Ontario’s Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) powered by D2L’s Brightspace. As a participant in this event, you will have the chance to discover some of the tools available to Ontario teachers in the VLE. We will offer sessions for users at all levels from beginner through advanced. Attendees will also have an opportunity to get 1:1 support from a VLE consultant at the “Ask a D2L Expert” table.  This event is for kindergarten to grade 12 educators and school administrators.

When:

August 22 1:30pm-3:30pm

Where:

The Tannery Building, 3rd Floor
151 Charles Street West
Kitchener, Ontario N2G 1H6
Communitech: Roddenberry Room (3rd floor)

Beginner sessions include:

  • Getting Started with the VLE
  • Introduction to Portfolio
  • Engaging Your Students with the VLE: Activity Feed And Other Tools

Advanced sessions include:

  • Advanced Tips and Tricks
  • What’s New in the VLE? 

More about Ontario’s VLE

Ontario’s VLE is a dynamic learning platform provided by the Ministry of Education at no cost to Ontario’s publicly funded school boards.

The VLE includes digital portfolios, assignments, rubrics, lessons linked to curriculum expectations, quizzes, and much more! Hands-on breakout sessions will show you how to save time while increasing student engagement and achievement using the VLE. With such a wide variety of features, functionality, and flexibility, the VLE will appeal to all teachers—from the tech newbie to the tech guru!

Want to explore the VLE or learn more? Go to www.D2L.com/VLE and select your school board to find your login page.

Please be sure to bring a laptop to this event.

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