Learn at Home Resources
Learn at Home Resources
March 31, 2020
To ensure continuity of learning during ongoing school closures, the Ministry of Education launched the second phase of Learn at Home. The second phase features a new set of expectations for the education community, including teacher-led learning to begin on April 6, 2020. Materials continue to be added to Learn at Home on a regular basis to provide new and compelling content.
March 20, 2020
The Ministry of Education launched the first phase of Learn at Home and Apprendre à la maison, a new online portal that will provide resources for families so students can continue their education while schools are closed due to COVID-19.
- For students who do not have access to a computer, work is underway, in conjunction with school boards, to provide the necessary technology to everyone who needs it.
- TVO Kids offers educational programming throughout the day for school-aged children. Check out their broadcast schedule below to know what is on and when.
- Bilingual materials on Learn at Home will continue to be added on a regular basis to provide new and compelling content throughout this period. Other learning programs, such as Ontario’s Virtual Learning Environment, are being further developed to provide enhanced learning options.
- Mathify provides real-time homework help led by OCT educators for students between grades 6-10, six days a week, including weekdays from 9AM ET – 9PM ET. The Government worked in concert with TVO to expand Mathify beyond the existing grades 7-10, to now include grade six.
- Eurêka! is another online learning support program that helps students in French language schools from grades 1 to 12 with their school work and their learning.
- EQAO assessments for the 2019-20 school year have been cancelled, including the Ontario Secondary School Literacy test. The literacy requirement for students graduating in the 2019-20 school year has also been waived.
- The Ministry of Education is working with TVO and TFO to roll-out robust education programming on their broadcast channels, with a phased-in approach commencing next week. This iterative process will ensure that Ontario students and families have additional mediums available for engaging with high-quality, made-in-Ontario education resources that support a continuity of learning for students.