Coping With Covid-19 Using Online Instruction (webinar recording)
John Allan, a dedicated volunteer for TESL Ontario, presented the webinar, 'Coping with COVID-19 Using Online Instruction'.
Educational Technology; Remote Learning + Instruction Best Practices 2020 (webinar recording)
This TESL Ontario webinar focused on educational technology that might be useful for language instructors working with adult English language learners.
Serving the Most Vulnerable (webinar recording)
On April 7, 2020 Future of Good brought a panel together to answer: how do we build systems for care and support when the world is forced into going digital and those we serve don’t have access?
Pandemic Borders: Essential Migrant Workers (webinar recording)
This Ryerson CERC in Migration and Integration program webinar investigated the extraordinary challenges that migrant populations are facing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Virtual Care Forum Lunch & Learn: Creating Safe & Accessible Online Spaces for Marginalized Older Adults (webinar recording)
From co-designed and peer-led activities, distanced cooking and dining programs, tablet loaning initiatives, to supporting Mandarin and Cantonese speaking seniors, this webinar featured panelists from Rideau CHS, Somerset West CHC, Vaughan CHC, and South Riverdale CHC who shared how they created sense of safety and overcame digital access and literacy barriers.
The more we share…
It’s never been more important to share how we’re doing. Share successes, new models of service delivery, but also the struggle. I’ve been enjoying seeing how immigrant and refugee-serving agencies have been successfully pivoting to online services. I’ve been enjoying even more how some are sharing their experiences. There is so much to learn from each other.
An interview with Chris Friesen – the future of settlement work is now
In this interview, I surface conversations I’ve been having with Chris Friesen of ISSofBC. We talk at what settlement work looks like now, during a pandemic. What are the opportunities the sector needs to seize? What does the funder need to understand? What do we need to understand about the digital divide and digital literacy of the newcomers and communities we serve? And more.