Remote Learning

InformNet (Grades 9 to 12)

InformNet courses provide students with daily instruction, assignments, and evaluation through regular email and web-based interaction (Brightspace Learning Management System) from a certified high school teacher. Courses are available for grades 9 to 12 through either a Blended Learning or a Synchronous Learning option. Further, InformNet offers a limited number of French Immersion courses. For more information and to register for courses, please visit InformNet.

Teacher Mediated Option (Grades 9 to 12)

The Teacher Mediated Option courses provide students with a synchronous Grades 9 to 12 remote learning option. These courses support students with or without robust access to internet. Scheduled live classes, and tutorial sessions with teachers, take place on the Zoom platform, either online or by telephone connection. For more information and to register for courses, please visit the Teacher Mediated Option website.

Manitoba Remote Learning Support Centre (Grades K to 8)

The Manitoba Remote Learning Support Centre offers English and French Immersion remote learning for students in Kindergarten to Grade 8. For more information, please visit the Manitoba Remote Learning Support Centre website.

With the return to full time in-person classroom learning, the Manitoba Remote Learning Support Centre will wind down operations in June 2023.

For the 2023-24 school year, the Manitoba Remote Learning Support Centre’s students will be welcomed back to their local schools and be supported by their local teachers. Students in K to 8 who continue to require accommodations will be supported by their local school division and their dedicated staff.

Web-Based Course Option (WBC) (Grades 9 to 12)

Web-based courses (developed though Manitoba Education and Early Childhood Learning) are implemented in a synchronous, asynchronous or blended learning environment. Courses are available for Grades 9 to 12 in Brightspace Learning Management System.

Manitoba students must contact their local school/school divisions directly to discuss the web-based course options available to them.

Adult Learning Centres

Adult Learning Centres provide accredited high school courses and upgrading options using recognized principles of adult education. Qualified teachers offer face-to-face, classroom-based, and blended learning options in a supportive learning environment. Online courses are available at selected Adult Learning Centres. Programming is offered tuition-free to enable Manitobans to develop skills, earn high school credentials and pre-requisite courses so they can access higher education and/or better employment opportunities.
At an Adult Learning Centre you can:

  • Complete a Mature Student High School Diploma designed for adult learners.
  • Earn individual high school credits.
  • Receive up to two (2) high school credits for a portfolio of work completed at a Stage 3 level through a Manitoba Adult Literacy Program.
  • Prove your prior learning and use it to gain high school credits.
  • Take courses to complete your high school diploma tuition free.

Directory of Certified Adult Literacy Programs and Adult Learning Centres

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