Monthly Archives: November, 2018
In this webinar, Julie Chamberland and Guillaume Laforce discussed the history of the Digital Action Plan, the guiding principles by which it is implemented as well as the three major orientations and aspects that are more aimed at teachers.
While the education system has long relied on competition, the teaching model of the Cours de demain at Collège Sainte-Anne places collaboration at the heart of its vision, because it is through interaction that human beings manage to give meaning. to their learning.
The Girls, Break the Codes! was held on Sunday, November 25 with a science and technology discovery program for girls aged 7 and over.
We met Jean Desjardins, technopedagogical advisor at Collège Sainte-Anne, who explored with his colleagues the issues related to evaluation in order to make it a meaningful experience for young people.
We met Claudie Vanasse from the RÉCIT national service for the social universe. She tells us about the financial education course and the resources developed by RÉCIT to support teachers.
On November 12, Stéphanie Lemieux attended the conference presented by the AELIÉS Public Chair, in collaboration with Laval University and ITIS. This evening of reflection focused on the transformation of the world of work and education through artificial intelligence.
For the start of 2019, REFAD is offering six distance education development workshops for secondary and post-secondary teachers, administrators and resource persons (tutors, counselors, technicians, etc.).
For the #Selfies workshop - Who are we online? Who are we, online ?, Tracy Rosen brought to life different situations that allowed participants to take a different look at this practice of taking pictures that is well established among young and old.
We met Mathieu Dubreuil, educational advisor in science and technology, who tells us the story of the Fab Labs network of the Marguerite-Bourgeoys School Board and presents his vision for the establishment of these creative and technological spaces.
Archaeologists have said they have unearthed wooden fortifications more than 300 years old surrounding Quebec City during the time of the French regime. An announcement that seems harmless to many, but which once again reveals the historic and heritage character of Quebec City.
With Steve Quirion and Claudie Vanasse at the animation, Alexandre Lanoix as RÉCITUS collaborator, in addition to Maude Labonté who ensured the link with a geography class of secondary one, the table was certainly well set for 90 minutes of fascinating discussions. on virtual reality (VR) and its concrete application in a school context.
The need to introduce young people to the safety of online exchanges and the digital skills that are the basis of future jobs in the field of science and engineering has inspired the scientific animation team of Polytechnique Montreal, Folie Technique , a new educational activity for secondary 3 and 4 students: MISSION GÉNIOS.
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Back in the past!
Have fun re-reading these articles drawn at random from our archives!