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The Waterloo Region District School Board’s E-Learning courses are designed to allow students to take courses and earn secondary school credits on days and at times that are convenient for them.

There are set due dates for assignments and assessments, but each week students have the flexibility to get course work done as their daily schedule permits. Daily participation and regular interaction with the teacher and classmates leads to the greatest success in e-Learning.

Why Do Students Consider Online Learning?

  • expands course availability and timetable flexibility (i.e. provides access to courses that might otherwise be unavailable due to timetable conflicts, courses not being offered, or courses having full enrolment)
  • provides an engaging, creative and interactive learning environment that may compliment a student’s learning style
  •  prepares students for college, university and the world of work

How to Access the Virtual Learning Environment

WRDSB Students

To access the Virtual Learning Environment go to wrdsb.elearningontario.ca The username and password for a WRDSB student is the same as the SchoolConnect username and password.

Non-WRDSB Students

To access the Virtual Learning Environment go to wrdsb.elearningontario.ca Username and password information will be communicated to students.

How to Register for an E-Learning Course

Select the E-Learning course in MyWay during the course selection process. E-Learning courses have an “E” as the 6th character (i.e. MHF4UE). If you have any questions or would like to register for an Elearning course and can no longer add the course in MyWay, please contact your Guidance Counsellor.

WRDSB E-Learning Courses Offered for 2022-2023

Course Code Description Course Code Description
AVI4M Visual Arts HIP4O Personal Life Management
BAF3M Introduction to Financial Accounting HNB4M The World of Fashion
BAT4M Principles of Financial Accounting HPC3O Raising Healthy Children
BBB4M International Business Fundamentals HSB4U Challenge and Change in Society
BOH4M Business Leadership HSP3U Introduction to Anthropology, Psychology and Sociology
CGG3O Travel and Tourism: A Geographic Perspective HZT4U Philosophy: Questions and Theories
CGW4U World Issues: A Geographic Analysis ICS3U Introduction to Computer Science
CHV2O Civics (0.5 credit) ICS4U Computer Science
CHY4U World History since the Fifteenth Century MCT4C Mathematics for College Technology
CIA4U Analysing Current Economic Issues MCV4U Calculus and Vectors
CLN4U Canadian and International Law MDM4U Mathematics of Data Management
CLU3M Understanding Canadian Law MHF4U Advanced Functions
EMS3O Media Studies OLC4O Ontario Secondary School Literacy Course
ENG3C English PPZ3C Health for Life
ENG3U English PSK4U Introductory Kinesiology
ENG4C English SBI4U Biology
ENG4C English SCH4C Chemistry
ENG4U English SCH4U Chemistry
EWC4U The Writer’s Craft SES4U Earth and Space Science
GLC2O Career Studies (0.5 credit) SPH4C Physics
GLN4O Navigating the Workplace
HHG4M Human Development Throughout the Lifespan
HHS4C Families in Canada