Monthly Archives: December, 2014
Thinking about your IT equipment needs? Did you know that OPEQ is an organization that recycles old computers to offer them free, or at a lower cost, to schools, daycare centers, libraries and non-profit organizations. Why do without it?
After 2100 kilometers traveled alone in Antarctica, Frédéric Dion became on Monday December 15 the first man to reach the South Pole alone. Let's take a closer look at this feat.
Recently, on the American site eSchool News, one could read a report on the strategies of professional development proposed to the teachers of the elementary school Grand Oak (North Carolina). Many good ideas to reproduce in our circles.
97 years ago, the First World War ended for one of these actors. Russia and the Central Empires were negotiating a separate peace. This separate peace was the result of the start of the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, it would lead to the birth of a panoply of countries.
More than 60 million people have already participated in "The Hour of Code" organized during the week of computer education which takes place from December 8 to 14, 2014. For 60 minutes, the participants are invited to learn coding through various interactive, fun and free activities.
For several days, demonstrations have been held in various major American cities to denounce police blunders involving blacks. Let's take a closer look at what's going on in the United States right now.
MONTREAL, Dec. 2014 / CNW Telbec / - Cégep Gérald-Godin and its partners are launching the 2nd edition of CRÉE TA VILLE, a competition for techno projects ...
Advantages and difficulties linked to tablets in the classroom: 50 teachers confide in them (continued)
Continuation of the small survey of teachers concerning tablets in the classroom. Today, we analyze the answers to the question: What is the biggest difficulty you have encountered when implementing tablets in the classroom?
Our collaborator, Brigitte Léonard, carried out a small survey concerning tablets with her network, of which she gives us the results. Today, she analyzes the answers to the question: What do you think is the biggest benefit of using tablets in the classroom?
The Hermitage is one of the largest museums in the world and is celebrating its 250th anniversary this year. Let's move to Russia to get to know this museum, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site better.
In 2014, it was probably the MOOCs and the flipped classroom that enjoyed the greatest visibility in terms of educational potential. What are the educational trends we will hear about in 2015 and in the years to come? Answers may be found in a recent report.
Various data relating to the sale of tablets intended for American educational establishments show that the Chromebook laptop is on the way to overtaking the iPad tablet in the United States.
On December 6, 1989, Quebec was experiencing one of its worst killings. Twenty-five years later, how have things changed? What actions have the authorities taken to prevent such a tragedy from happening again? How did this event change the lives of those who lived it?
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Back in the past!
Have fun re-reading these articles drawn at random from our archives!