OACS News Service
Last call for CEIADA applications
CEIADA gives students the opportunity to learn about working in a digital environment and communicate digitally through project-based asynchronous learning. Students participate in a series of digital media projects, aimed at a real-world audience and include many 21st century learning skills
For the program to continue into 2012-13, it is aiming to expand to a minimum of 30 students. The first year had 13 students enrolled from six Ontario Alliance of Christian School (OACS) member schools.
Information, including an introductory video, is available at www.ceiada.org.
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