Applications for Grade 7 and 8 students to participate in year two of the Christian Education in a Digital Age (CEIADA) project this fall are due May 30.
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.
Pilot digital education enrichment program looks to Year 2
June 15 Update:
The CEIADA program will not be offered during the 2012-13 school year due to the number of applications received.