Monthly Archives: January, 2016
Teachers from Collège Sainte-Anne share their winning strategies to support their so-called “weak third” students, without lowering their expectations of others. Today, we discover another strategy adopted by Gabrielle St-Germain, a French teacher.
As March 1 approaches, the deadline for enrollment in a post-secondary institution, certain online resources may be of interest to students seeking academic and / or professional opportunities. Here are a few you should know.
The Rendez-vous de la Francophonie, as part of the International Day of La Francophonie, will be held from March 3 to 23, 2016 under the theme "La Francophonie in 3D: Diversity, Duality, Dynamism!" "
In the eye of the director
After the holidays, we went out with the family. Communautique, which manages the first Fab Lab in Canada, invited us to come and see its facilities. For the occasion, we chartered a school bus and headed to downtown Montreal, to the premises of the École de technologie supérieure (ETS), where the Communautique lodge.
Are your students followers of the social network Twitter? Are you looking for an interesting way to promote writing and the French language in your classroom? Here are two contests that may be of interest to you.
Illusionist Luc Langevin invites you to dare science for the 2016 edition of the Hydro-Québec Science Fair!
The national spokesperson for Expo-sciences Hydro-Québec, illusionist Luc Langevin is pleased to invite you to be inspired by the next generation of Quebec scientists as part of the 2016 edition of Expo-sciences Hydro-Québec.
On January 21, the official launch of the activities of the Center for Animation, Development and Educational Research for the 21st Century (CADRE 21) took place in its premises located in the Ahuntsic district of Montreal.
This week, the collaborative encyclopedia Wikipedia celebrated its 15th anniversary. Founded in January 2001, Wikipedia is now one of the most visited sites in the world.
Teachers from Collège Sainte-Anne share their winning strategies to support their so-called “weak third” students, without lowering their expectations of others. Today, we are discovering a strategy shared by Gabrielle St-Germain, a French teacher.
After robots launching Frisbees, balloon couriers and industrial robots, the theme this year will see robots attacking medieval fortresses built by young people aged 14 to 18.
Get 20 % off when you register for Les Tablettistes 2016, February 17 in Toronto. Find the discount code here ...
The use of children's literature in elementary school occupies a prominent place in the classes. Here is a project from the Mgr Scheffer school, in Lourdes-de-Blanc-Sablon (Commission scolaire du Littoral), which motivates young people to read and improves their oral skills thanks to the creation of a CD-ROM.
Join the growing global conversation and support mental health in Canada!
The forest covers 30 % of the land area of the globe. And the boreal forest alone represents one third of the world's forests. The climate changes of recent years, as well as other important factors, have had an impact on it from east to west of the country.
Teachers from Collège Sainte-Anne share their winning strategies to support their so-called “weak third” students, without lowering their expectations of others. Today, we are discovering the strategy of Marie-Hélène Simard, a secondary 5 math teacher.
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