Monthly Archives: June, 2012
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In the elementary and secondary schools of the province, projects integrating technologies are more and more numerous. Some are made with next to nothing while others require the heavy artillery to be taken out. Whatever the case, they all have in common to introduce students to different computer tools, to promote the development of new skills and above all to arouse the motivation of the class!
Building an electric vehicle, discovering how an airplane flies or understanding the solar system, these are the experiences that the Clascience program offers to children in grades 3 to 6 of elementary school. The goal: to counter dropping out and stimulate young people's interest in science and technology careers.
(Press release) CTREQ officially presents the new version of its Clicfrançais tool for students and teachers. Changes were made to the 2004 version in order to offer customers a product adapted to the latest technologies. The 2012 edition aims to learn French in an environment that complies with the Work-Oriented Training Path (PFAE) program.
The relationship between a student and his teacher is a key factor in academic success, especially among the youngest. However, the quality of this varies according to the sex, the economic situation and the behavior of the children. This is what emerges from analyzes of data from the longitudinal study of the development of children in Quebec carried out by researchers from the University of Montreal and the Institut de la statistique du Québec.
(Press release) Groupe Média TFO is proud to announce the results of the winning classes of the Twitterature contest. Organized by TFO in collaboration with the Conseil scolaire de district catholique Center-Sud and the Conseil scolaire Viamonde, the Twitterature Contest was the very first contest, unique of its kind in Canada, to be offered in Ontario schools.