E-Learning in K-12 Schools The Prospects for Disruptive Innovation A report by Paul W. Bennett E-Learning in K-12 Schools examines how Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador lost the e-learning initiative, why centralized top-down “21st century learning” visions run aground, and how school system constraints – common to bricks-and-mortar schooling [...]
AIMS author Dr. Paul Bennett discusses adopting the Nova Scotia Tuition Support Program (TSP) throughout Atlantic Canada and provides a New Brunswick example of Riverbend Community School in Moncton. Bennett examines how the TSP has been implemented since 2004, and provides eight recommendations for Atlantic Canada.
AIMS author Paul Bennett outlines a strategy for reducing the prevalence of snow days in Nova Scotia, which entails preparing out-of-school work plans for students to complete from home.
Director of Schoolhouse Consulting Paul Bennett argues that Nova Scotia's ability to regulate teacher conduct is weak and suggests that developing an arms-length regulatory body is the solution.
In this comprehensive research report, author Paul Bennett demonstrates that, while SchoolsPlus (SP) is a worthwhile provincial integrated services delivery (ISD) initiative, it is in need of a ‘mid-term correction’ to ensure its ultimate success and reach its target population, the 5 to 10 per cent of children and youth at risk of going off-the rails.
In this paper, AIMS Author Dr. Paul W. Bennett calls for a review of New Brunswick’s public education system, with the goal of creating a truly inclusive environment for all learning disabled students.
This report by the Society for Quality Education gives a review of virtual education, ultimately finding that despite the advantages of introducing online and e-learning programs in the public education system, there are barriers to its growth and expansion.