The Canadian Network for Innovation in Education

The Canadian Network for Innovation in Education (CNIE) is a national organization of professionals committed to excellence in the provision of innovation in education in Canada.

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Conference Welcome

CNIE & CAUCE 2015 Conference
Where: Winnipeg, Manitoba
When: 26-29 May 2015
Web Site: CNIE & CAUCE 2015 Conference Web site link
Call for proposals: Deadline 15 December 2014 [visit link above]
Keynote speakers: Ovide Mercredi and Stephen Murgatroyd
Theme: Beyond Diversity: Learning and Working in an Inclusive World
Postcard: Promotional postcard

Welcome!

Welcome to the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education!

CNIE connects educators, administrators and practitioners in a bilingual, pan Canadian network. Our group promotes research and advances practice in both open and distance education and the use of educational technologies. CNIE addresses all educational contexts, including K-12, post-secondary, and private sector.

CNIE members enjoy:

Applying the CoI Framework to a K-12 Context

2014-11-05 13:00
2014-11-05 14:00
Canada/Eastern

Dear CNIE Member,

We invite you to the November CIDER session of our special ten-part Community of Inquiry Webinar Series. This free, online session will feature Dr. Norman Vaughan and Erin Krysko of Mount Royal University.

Title: Applying the CoI Framework to a K-12 Context

This session will demonstrate and discuss how the CoI framework can be applied to a K to 12 context to foster an inquiry-based approach to learning.

An advance reading for this session is available at our website:
http://cider.athabascau.ca/sessions

When: Wednesday, 5 November 2014 - 1:00 P.M. to 2:00 P.M. Eastern Time (Canada)

Where: Online through Adobe Connect at:
https://connect.athabascau.ca/cidersession/

Meta-analysis of the COI Framework

2014-10-01 13:00
2014-10-01 14:00
Canada/Eastern

Dear CNIE Member,

We invite you to the October CIDER session, the second session of special ten-part Community of Inquiry Webinar Series. This free, online session will feature Madelaine Befus, a doctoral student at Athabasca University.

Title: Meta-analysis of the COI Framework

This presentation will focus on exploring the shape and scope of the corpus of CoI research literature. The Community of Inquiry Research Integration and Practice Alliance recently completed phase one of an applied meta-analysis of 73 quantitative and mixed-methods empirical studies using the CoI survey tool.