It demonstrates the features needed for students and teachers to access top quality digital content to support the curriculum and meet the needs of the 21st Century learner. Let us know your thoughts in our group "Vision for the Future".
ERAC produced a video that gives our vision of best practices in helping educators and students find high quality learning resources and connect with each other for effective, compelling learning.
While the aim may be simple, the process is not. The variety of teaching approaches shows the breadth and depth of the learning process and no one approach is suitable for all learning all the time.
I feel very privileged in my career to have been of service to all districts in BC. I have gotten to know so many talented and dedicated educators and IT folks throughout the province that I shall miss working with so many.
If you haven’t seen Alan November’s latest book called “Who Owns the Learning?”, you might want to give it a read, especially if you are new to learning with technology.
Welcome to the ERAC Commons Information Technology network! We’re here to help build relationships in the IT community in BC so that you can connect directly with individuals from all districts and member independent schools.
To better support teachers using ERAC products that either their districts have purchased or are provided by ERAC, we’ve created an ERACCommons group that will house access information, user tips and classroom resources.
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