Monthly Archives: December, 2018
Thing promised, thing due: here we are at our second "top" of applications or websites which have stood out and which facilitate teaching in the digital age, in particular thanks to their added educational value, their targeted feedback or their adapted interface. This time, it's time for languages.
You will find on this page the chronicles about the PAN taken from the fall, winter 2018 and spring 2019 issue of the magazine, to download for free.
ElleLead was held on November 5th. This day allowed us to think about ways to promote the emergence of leadership among students, with special attention to young girls.
In 2019, the Montreal Canadiens blew out 110 candles on their blue, white and red birthday cake. So it was in 1909 that it all began for the most prestigious, the most successful and the oldest team in the National Hockey League. Insights into a history filled with significant events.
Ubisoft's Canadian studios visited École Ste-Gertrude, located in the Montreal-North Borough, to launch the Ubisoft Education program and announce a brand new partnership with the Technoscience Network.
The Musée de la civilization offers a new techno-educational resource to allow your students to energize and deepen their understanding of the contemporary realities of indigenous people. Hurry, it is free until December 31, 2018!
You have certainly heard of Twitter, this microblogging platform that allows you to post in 280 characters including interesting resources, classroom experiences and learning related to professional development events.
As you all know, the approach of a new year is often synonymous with reviews and retrospectives. In these times of merrymaking and well-deserved festivities, the École branchée therefore offers you various applications and websites that have stood out for their added educational value, their targeted feedback and their adapted playability.
We met Charlotte and Marie-Pier from the Paul-Jarry team of the CSMB. They talk to us about this idea that led their team to collaborate around a shared objective: the integration of programming activities into the learning of all students in the school.
Montreal, December 18, 2018 - Les Productions Dans La Vraie Vie officially launched the digital and educational platform À tous les jours today. Designed for all ...
The RÉCIT national service of the social universe made possible a webinar hosted by Thierry Karsenti, professor at the University of Montreal and holder of the Canada Research Chair in technologies in education. Report of this moment of sharing.
Our interview with Eryka Desrosiers, teacher, author of "Diary of a new teacher, from university to the classroom" and producer of the podcast "A Teacher's Shoes / Souliers de prof". She talks about integration into the teaching environment and the use of technologies with students.
From coast to coast, Canada can count on a variety of attractions popular with tourists from all over the world. The grandiose landscapes, the diversity of urban centers, the distinct climate over four seasons, the safe places, the warm welcome from the people, etc. make this country a must-see for millions of visitors year after year.
NumériQC Week at School allows students and teachers in Cycle One of secondary school to develop their digital skills through exciting activities, linked to understanding important issues of citizenship.
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Back in the past!
Have fun re-reading these articles drawn at random from our archives!