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Extraordinary Lives Start With a Great Catholic Education

Getting Started


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getting-started

In 2022-23, Dufferin-Peel is offering 1 online credit courses per semester through their eLearning program to their senior level secondary students. Courses meet all Ministry of Education curriculum expectations and standards and have been developed by eLearning Ontario.

Please read through the information below to learn more about eLearning and follow the steps below to register. 

Parents/Guardians, please click here to learn more about eLearning programs and expectations.

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board eLearning 2022-23 Course Offerings:
(Please click for descriptions and prerequisite information) ​

Course Code 

Course Name and Description 

Semester Offered 

ASM3OQ 

 Media Arts, Grade 11, Open 

1 

BBB4MQ 

1 and 2 

BOH4MQ 

1 and 2 

CGG3OQ 

1 

CGW4UQ 

Grade 12, University 

2 

CHV2OQ 

Civics and Citizenship, Grade 10, Open 

1 and 2 

CLN4UQ 

Canadian and International Law, Grade 12, University 

1 

CLU3MQ 

Understanding Canadian Law, Grade 11, Mixed 

2 

ENG3UQ 

English, Grade 11, University 

1 and 2 

ENG4CQ 

English, Grade 12, College 

1 

ENG4UQ 

English, Grade 12, University 

1 and 2 

GLC2OQ 

Career Studies, Grade 10, Open 

1 and 2 

HHS4UQ 

Families in Canada, Grade 12, University 

2 

HRE4MQ 

Church and Culture, Grade 12, Mixed 

1 and 2 

HRE4OQ 

Church and Culture, Grade 12, Open 

2 

HRT3MQ 

1 

HSB4UQ 

Grade 12, University 

1 and 2 

HSP3UQ 

2 

HZT4UQ 

Philosophy: Questions and Theories, Grade 12, University 

1 and 2 

ICS3UQ 

Grade 11, University 

1 

ICS4UQ 

Computer Science, Grade 12, University 

2 

MCR3UQ 

Functions, Grade 11, University 

2 

MCV4UQ 

Calculus and Vectors, Grade 12, University 

2 

MDM4UQ 

Grade 12, University 

1 and 2 

MHF4UQ 

Advanced Functions, Grade 12, University 

2 

OLC4OQ 

1 and 2 

PPZ3CQ 

Health for Life, Grade 11, College 

1 

SBI4UQ 

Biology, Grade 12, University 

1 

SCH4UQ 

Chemistry, Grade 12, University 

2 


 Step 1: Are you ready for an eLearning course?

Students who are considering taking an online learning course (eLearning) towards their credit requirements are asked to complete the student questionnaire below prior to completing the registration form. There are many variables to consider as to whether a student is a suitable candidate for online learning. This questionnaire is simply one awareness piece candidates, and their parents and guidance teachers should consider.  

eLearning Readiness Quiz

Students, tally the columns from the eLearning Readiness Quiz to determine your score and reflect on your readiness to take an eLearning course.

Level 4: 80-100% 

Level 3: 70-79% 

 

Level 2: 60-69% 

 

Level 1: 50-59% 

 

You have proficient skills to be successful in an eLearning course. Review the profile of a successful learner and the FAQ (see below) to reflect on your readiness.    

You have considerable skills to be successful in an eLearning course. Review the profile of a successful learner and the FAQ (see below) to reflect on your readiness.    

 

You have some skills to be successful in an eLearning course. Review the profile of a successful learner and the FAQ (see below) to reflect on your readiness. Discuss options for eLearning courses with your guidance counselor/teacher/
parents/guardian to determine if eLearning is right for you.    
 

You have few of the skills necessary to be successful in an eLearning course. An in-person course may be more suitable to your learning style. Discuss options for eLearning courses with your guidance counselor/teacher/
parents/guardian to determine if eLearning is right for you. 
 

 


Profile of a Successful eLearner 

Research studies have identified some characteristics of students who are successful at eLearning. These characteristics include the following:  

  • Organized
  • Self-directed and self-motivated
  • Responsible
  • Independent
  • Flexible - with a willingness to learn
  • Able to manage time well
  • Good communication skills
  • Good computer skills
  • Good problem-solving skills
  • Interested in the subject matter



Step 2: Review the links below to learn everything about an eLearning course


*Please navigate to the links to the left to learn everything about eLearning requirements.

New Update:

Beginning with the cohort of students who entered Grade 9 in the 2020-21 school year, all students must earn a minimum of two online learning credits as part of the requirements for an Ontario Secondary School Diplomaunless they have been opted out or exempted in accordance with the processes described in the memorandum (PPM167).

Parents/Guardians can opt their child out of mandatory online learning credits requirements. Contact the students home school for further information.



Step 3: Decide if eLearning is right for you


To register for an eLearning course, Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board students will need to return this form to your guidance counsellor once you have completed all fields:

2022-23 eLearning Registration Form
*Please open the form in a web browser to enable autofill. 

Students from another school board who wish to enroll in a Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board eLearning course, will need to contact their home school for information on how to register. 

OR

Parents/Guardians can opt their child out of mandatory online learning credits requirements. Contact the students home school for further information. 

*Please note, that you must “opt-out”, otherwise students who entered Grade 9 in the 2020-21 school year, must earn a minimum of two online learning credits as part of the requirements for an Ontario Secondary School Diploma 



Step 4: Login to an eLearning course


Once registered for an eLearning course, click on the links below to access information about the eLearning Learning Management System and to access your courses: 
D2L Student Support 
Orientation Information for eLearning 

*Please refer to this site regularly as new questions and answers will be posted on an ongoing basis. 

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