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I would like to extend the thanks to not only students but also the majority teachers for not only pushing me out of my comfort zone, and help me to gain a different view and different aspect in life, help me to develop who I am today. And also I would like to send a special message to new coming students, whether international or local, while studying in a new school maybe very difficult and seems scary especially you come to the country for the first time. Bond will provide you with the experience that no other school will. You'll gain new friends and also don't be afraid to try sth that out of your comfort zone. You might just develop character like I did, such as being confident or not so shy any more, that will help you throughout your life.

- Chalsea Campell

Bond Online eLearning, Blended Program


Bond International College, BIC, is an association with the Bond Education Group in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Bond International College is the deliverer of online curriculum in four (4) schools in China. By recognizing the opportunity of completing an Ontario Secondary School education, BIC offers a learning environment to ensure that the policies and procedures are in full compliance with the Ontario Ministry of Education Ontario Schools (2011) and applicable documents such as Growing Success (2010), The Ontario Curriculum 9 to 12 Course Descriptions and Prerequisites (2011). All Ministry documents can be found at Selected courses are available “online” where students complete course expectations. Students interact with teachers and classmates using a variety of web-based tools to complete assignments, participate in discussions, submit materials and assessments for feedback. Regular and timely feedback is received from teachers both local and in Toronto.

The Toronto teacher is responsible for course design, direction, and most assessment for, as, of learning. The Toronto teacher uses assessment of students’ online work to provide feedback directly to students and/or lesson guidance (and often lesson materials) to the classroom teacher when the feedback pertains to the entire class.
The classroom teacher is responsible for course integrity and course delivery, which involves direct teaching and/or helping students with understanding the material, classroom discussion, and immediate feedback when students need help. The classroom teacher also ensures that students comply with all requests for work and participation by the Toronto teacher. Finally, the classroom teacher is responsible for daily communication with the Toronto teacher to inform the Toronto teacher about the progression of work in the class, as well as classroom observations and/or conversations they have had in order to make student assessment more robust.

In continuation from Page 15 of this Course Calendar and Handbook, we refer to online eLearning programs as a “blended” model. The aspects of this model are as follows:
  • The Bond International College eLearning teacher is the online instructional leader organizing and implementing the curriculum, guiding and directing student learning, and responsible for the assessment and evaluation of student achievement. In the Bond “blended” model, students are registered with Bond International College, Toronto.
  • The subject teacher, face-to-face in a classroom abroad, shall be a member in good standing of the Ontario College of Teachers and provides supervision, guidance, subject knowledge and individual expertise to support and engage students, as well as monitor for completion of assignment work.
  • There will be on-going communication, consultation, and collaboration, between the Bond eLearning teacher and subject teachers abroad.
  • The teachers abroad have daily access to the online information regarding units of study, completion of work and grading of assignments.
  • The students abroad can communicate with Bond teachers at any time to receive regular and timely feedback.
  • An eLearning course, successfully passed, will provide one credit toward the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD). These courses will meet the academic requirement towards the OSSD.
  • Students will be registered with Bond Toronto for eLearning courses. The OSSD will be granted to successful candidates, as students of Bond International College, Toronto.
The following constitute delivery of the policies and practices with respect to the eLearning program. For each school, a Vice-Principal or Lead teacher has been assigned as the administrator of the program, in conjunction with the Principal at BIC, Toronto, who is ultimately responsible for the program. A co-ordinator of the program is located at BIC, Toronto.

All items within the calendar are subject to the overall delivery of this eLearning program.


Attendance is recorded, on a daily basis, by the local teacher. The weekly attendance sheet is sent to the lead teacher in Toronto for record keeping throughout the semester.
Issues of attendance are addressed by the Vice-Principal, Toronto teacher and parents, where necessary, using the previously described policies (page 18).


BOND characterizes misuse of computing and information resources and privileges as unethical and unacceptable. Misuse constitutes cause for taking disciplinary action.

Misuse of computing resources includes, but is not limited to, the following:
  • Attempting to modify, remove, or add computer equipment, software, or peripherals without proper authorization or DOWNLOADING OF INTERNET FILES IS NOT PERMITTED, unless authorized by your instructor through advice of the Network Administrator.
  • This includes downloading, e-mailing or copying to disks any "Copy Protected" files or programs. For example, you may NOT remove any Power Point Demos, or Testing Software from the School Campus.
  • Accessing computers, computer software, computer data or information, or networks without proper authorization, regardless of whether the computer software, data, or information or network in question is owned by BOND, including, but not limited to, abuse or misuse of networks to which BOND belongs or computer at other sites connected to those networks.
  • Circumventing or attempting to; circumvent normal resource limits, logon procedures and security regulations;
  • Sending fraudulent computer mail, breaking into another user's electronic mailbox, or reading another user's electronic mail without his or her permission;
  • Sending any fraudulent electronic transmission, including but not limited to fraudulent requests for confidential information, fraudulent submission of electronic purchase requisitions or vouchers, and fraudulent electronic authorization of purchase requisitions or vouchers;
  • Violating any software license agreement or copyright, including copying or redistributing copyrighted computer software, data, or reports without proper, recorded authorization;
  • Using BOND computing resources to harass or threaten others;
  • Using BOND computing resources for development, posting, transmission of or link to, any of the following: commercial or personal advertisements; solutions; promotions; destructive programs, political material; messages which are fraudulent, harassing, obscene, indecent, profane, intimidating, or otherwise unlawful; or any other unauthorized or personal use;
  • Taking advantage of another's naiveté or negligence to gain access to any computer account, data, software that does not belong to the user or for which the user has not received explicit authorization to access.
  • Physically interfering with other users' access to the BOND computing resources;
  • Encroaching on others' use of BOND computer resources, including but not limited to: disrupting other users use of computer resources by excessive game playing; by sending electronic chain letters or other excessive messages, either locally or off-campus; printing excessive copies of documents, files, data or programs, modifying system facilities, operating systems, or disk partitions; attempting to crash or tie up a BOND or network computer; or damaging or vandalizing BOND or network computing resources' equipment, software, or computer files;
  • Disclosing or removing proprietary information, software, printed output or magnetic media without the explicit permission of the owner;
  • Reading other users data, information, files, or programs on a display screen, as printed output or via electronic means, without the owner's explicit permission; or
  • Violating any applicable federal, provincial or local law.


Teachers, at the local schools, will collect the form and send all completed forms to Toronto.


Students who fail to log in will be identified by the local teacher and counselled as to remaining in the program.

The local teacher, with the assigned administrator, will be in contact with the parent(s) as to the log in expectations for each daily class.

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