Monthly Archives: November, 2019
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The CADRE21 announces the complete online publication of its flexible planning (PAF) training. This training improves the nine (9) others ...
On the occasion of REFER 2019, we met Nathalie Couzon and Caroline Duret who talk to us about educational innovation in the teaching of French at the secondary level.
Marie-Ève Gagnon, project manager for the deployment of the Digital Action Plan, presents her team's experience in developing teachers' digital skills. This is inspired by the Response to Intervention (RAI) model.
While Pierre Lapointe denounced the low income paid to artists who broadcast their content on online music listening platforms, the web giant Spotify saw its profits explode with an increase of 31% in its paying subscribers for a total of 2, $ 5 billion in revenue. What solutions are possible to allow greater equity and social justice?
The WISE Prize has just been awarded to Mr. Larry Rosenstock, director, founder and principal of High Tech High, for his contribution to primary and secondary education and the fight against inequalities.
On the occasion of REFER 2019, we met Émilie Lebret and Christelle Quesne, creators of the Escape n 'Games website, which brings together escape games and offers tools for those who wish to embark on this educational path.
Global Entrepreneurship Week is a celebration that aims to inspire as many people as possible to harness their spirit of initiative and innovation. In schools, interest in entrepreneurship as a learning tool is booming.
Following the Biscuit et Cassonade series of books, the first educational kit based on the works of Caroline Munger is available, just in time to immerse teachers and their students in the Christmas spirit.
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Microsoft Education and NASA have teamed up to offer eight new #HackingSTEM lessons about living and working in space.
In conjunction with Financial Literacy Month, the Canadian Bankers Association is launching the modernized version of its Your Money for Students program, a free financial literacy seminar for students.
As part of the planet recollects on November 11 in memory of fallen soldiers, this day has an entirely different meaning for the Chinese. Indeed, it was decreed "feast of singles" because of the repetition of the number "one" in the date (11/11). For the past ten years, therefore, the commercial event has given rise to monster sales, with purchase volumes that are breaking records.
The Read for Success Day will mobilize the public and professionals from all sectors to deconstruct myths and stereotypes about the practice of reading.
We met Annie-Claude Laniel and Karine Godin-Tremblay, elementary school teachers, who talk to us about collaborative projects accessible in the context of REFER.
Academos is going today to meet 2,500 students in ten high schools in Quebec as part of the third edition of the Adult Dose Tour, which will run until December 13.