Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Planning to Teach High School Credits Online

February 19, 2016 from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

345 CDN + HST

Over the last few years, teaching High School credit courses via the internet has become increasingly popular. Many private and independent schools are inquiring about the means for classroom delivery, teaching methodology, and the technical requirements. What is involved in the teaching of high school credits online?

Teaching online requires both the technical know-how, as well as solid online classroom management skills. Special attention to course development and innovative assessment plans are also required.

In this workshop, Mr. Christian Bayly will discuss and demonstrate the use of one particular platform. Included in this comprehensive discussion will be considerations of how we can meet Ministry guidelines and show evidence during inspections; mechanisms to monitor student work, behavior and practice; how we can demonstrate balanced assessment; the use of products, observation and conversation in our assessment of our students; the use of descriptive feedback in the assessment of our students, tracking of the 110 hours of instruction; the difference between synchronous and asynchronous delivery models and the implications for use of each of the models; and much, much more.

Dr. Miller will then further review the implications of online delivery on the inspection process and the need to provide evidence.

Join us for a three hour workshop with Mr. Christian Bayly and Dr. Ronnie Miller who will lead us through this learning process. If you’re considering online courses or if online education is a topic of interest to you, this workshop is a must-see!

Workshop Facilitators

christian-bayly-bioMr. Christian Bayly

Mr. Christian Bayly is the Principal of Yip’s Collegiate School. He graduated with a teaching degree in 2003 and holds a Masters degree in Political Science from the University of Western Ontario. He has teaching specialist qualifications in both Special Education and ESL teaching. Christian has more than 16 years of experience in educational leadership and program development, with an in-depth knowledge of primary/secondary education theory and practice. He also has more than 16 years of experience as an e-Learning Administrator and regularly designs, and delivers programming and training in Moodle. Christian has developed extensive online teaching programs for the secondary level and has more than 16 years of experience teaching ESL to students around the world. Along with his principalship, Mr. Bayly is also an e-learning consultant for Professional Development Seminars, a leader in professional development on educational topics.


ronnie-miller-bioDr. Ronnie Miller 

Dr. Ronnie Miller has substantial experience in the field of private education. He received both his Masters degree and Doctorate from OISE/ the University of Toronto. He has worked as a teacher, department-head, school principal, and university professor, and currently is the Executive Director of PDS. Dr. Miller is excited to share with you his wealth of knowledge in the field of private education, and to help you plan for the academic year ahead.


If you would like to register for this seminar, please choose a payment method:

PDS has a no refund policy. However, if a cancellation is made at least one week before the date of the event, the funds can be credited towards any future PDS event.

Venue and Date Information

To automatically add this seminar to your calendar software, click one of the buttons below:



February 19, 2016
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
345 CDN + HST
Event Categories:


Courtyard by Marriott, Toronto
231 Carlingview Drive
Toronto, Ontario M9W 5E8 Canada
+ Google Map


PDS Canada
(905) 977-9091