Monthly Archives: April, 2019
Young people can now register for a techno discovery camp that will take place from July 22 to 26, 2019 in Montreal to develop their knowledge of AI and visit some of the most innovative companies in the world.
On Monday, April 15, 2019, a team of Israeli researchers announced that they had 3D printed, from cells from a patient, the very first heart with its blood vessels. Insights into a scientific revolution: bioprinting.
Julie-Soleil Leclerc-Tremblay and Annie Pelletier, educational advisers at the CS du Fleuve-et-des-Lacs, hosted a CréaCamp. They share with you their impressions and observations about this enriching day.
The organization believes was set up in 2018 by volunteers from the education community to teach programming to elementary school students, and thus respond to three major challenges of the 21st century.
Discover the finalists of the 3rd edition of the FEEP Educational Innovation Awards. The winners will be announced at the Innovation Awards Gala to be held on May 1, 2019, in Sherbrooke.
Human beings demonstrate their skills in all the contexts where they mobilize their knowledge in various authentic situations, and have always done so. Skills are a manifestation of the human spirit and have always been central in the performance of a plethora of activities, school and other in nature.
In order to support teachers who aim to reach the goals of the Digital Action Plan, Apple is offering a conference that will provide you with basic skills to get the most from iPad.
During CréaCamp Quebec, Ms. Laurie participated in the MLab workshop which focused on integrating the “museum” into her teaching. She shares with you her discoveries and achievements.
During the 2nd Professional Development Summit in Education, which was held on March 25-26 in St-Hyacinthe, I attended some very interesting presentations. I share with you here some notes on the presentation focused on the accompanying models.
On February 27, the CréaCamp Ottawa was held, organized in collaboration with the CEPEO. In this last article of the series, we introduce you to Nathalie and Stéphany, facilitators of the Google tools workshop.
We met Françoise Baril, educational advisor at the Fleuve-et-des-Lacs School Board, who presents, among other things, a tool to facilitate the assessment of students' ability to work as a team and to solve problems.
The Super Expo-sciences Hydro-Québec, Quebec final 2019, was an opportunity for the public to discover the best scientific projects in Quebec carried out by young people aged 12 to 20.
On February 27, the CréaCamp Ottawa was held, organized in collaboration with the CEPEO. In this fourth article in the series, we introduce you to Pascal, facilitator of the Publish otherwise workshop.
École branchée has launched its special issue 'Towards Inclusive Education', which brings together leading authors in the field of inclusion of people living with a difference, as well as expert perspective on how technologies can increase the capacity of the education system to meet the needs of all students.
Back in the past!
Have fun re-reading these articles drawn at random from our archives!