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Monthly Archives: January, 2021

Les #EduBrèves - week of January 29

It's Friday, here is finally our digest of short news! Today we are talking about a survival guide that we are preparing for families, the return of the CréaCamp Découverte, the International Day of Education, a mapping of AI in education, why some teachers are more more inclined than others to let their students use ICT, then we end with a series of super-burst finds! Happy reading and have a good weekend!

Alloprof increases its offer to help students and parents

Alloprof adds hours of access to its teachers by offering a new time slot on Sundays, from January 31, 2021.

The links that unite children, parents, grandparents and teachers in the context of a pandemic

Since 2009, the provincial government has recognized the importance of close collaboration between the school, parents and the community in order to promote optimal child development. Grandparents are more and more integrated into this scenario.

Return to normal? Really?

Is a return to normal in education desirable? Our collaborator Marc-André Girard gives us his point of view on this subject.

The Super Bowl: beyond sport

The 55th football high mass will take place this Sunday, February 7, 2021. Indeed, like every winter since 1967, the Super Bowl is the unmissable event for more than 110 million Americans who would not miss this game for the world. . Look at an event that goes beyond its sport.

On the way to Distance Learning Week

Distance Learning Week (FAD) will take place this year from February 22-26. Numerous free online activities will allow participants to perfect their knowledge of FAD, hear testimonials from inspiring educational actors and discover innovative practices.

Sportofoly: a game to overcome a sedentary lifestyle!

What happens when you come across EPS, “cranky” teachers and Genially? Well, many things can undoubtedly happen, but we are talking about a new game that was born to get young people moving: Sportofoly!

AQUOPS scholarships: maybe it is for you!

AQUOPS is once again offering grants this year to support its members in the integration of technologies in education, to the tune of 200 $ to 2000 $ per grant.

Bourstad 2021 competition: the registration period is underway

Press release - The Center interuniversitaire de recherche en analyze des organizations and its partners launches the registration campaign for the Bourstad 2021 competition.

Les #EduBrèves - week of January 22

FRIDAY, “hashtag” new column name! To end the week, here is our usual digest of short news! Today we are talking about a magnificent comment received by our team, a directory that documents 100 professional gestures in elementary school, the 4 ICT trends in 2021 as seen by the Vitrine Technologie Éducation, the return of cultural outings ... to school, plagiarism awareness, the Chapeau les filles contest, Inuit literature, digital terminology, then we end with a series of super-burst finds! Happy reading and have a good weekend!

Hooked on School Days invite young people for a moment in the company of Laurent Duvernay-Tardif

Press release - The Journées de la persévérance scolaire (JPS), which will take place this year from February 15 to 19, offer a moment with Laurent Duvernay-Tardif to third cycle elementary and secondary students during a virtual event.

Mental health, intangible and so fragile

Testimonial: A teacher of yoga for children wants to learn to take care of oneself part of their learning.

Is our society more polarized than ever?

January 6, 2021. A sad date in the history of the United States. The attack on the Capitol will have marked the spirits in various ways; among other things, through the operationalization of this polarization which is raging more and more violently among our neighbors to the South. Insights into the sources of polarization in our society and how to avoid falling into the trap.

My three digital wishes for the next school year

Our favorite Belgian collaborator tells us about his three wishes for teachers and education once the pandemic is over.

(WHO) Covid-19: To what extent are children affected and transmit the virus?

"Out of all the cases reported by countries, children and adolescents under the age of 18 represent only about 8 % of cases in 2020, while they constitute nearly 30 % of the global population," notes WHO in its latest epidemiological bulletin.

2020, in the mind and in the life of a teacher

In this column, Marc-André Girard looks back on how he experienced the fall of 2020 in his school.

Support your young person in their plans for the future

The current situation is not without effect on young people and on the planning of their plans for the future. Here are some resources to help parents support their child during this important time in their life.

2020 in the life of a teacher: Arriving at Christmas… dead!

Continuation of the testimony of our collaborator Marc-André Girard, who recounts what he experienced at the start of the 2020 school year.

Vicarious trauma in the teacher: preventing empathy from leading to burnout

Teaching is a profession that requires a lot of empathy. Accompanying someone in difficult situations can lead to "compassion fatigue", a phenomenon increasingly recognized among teachers. Here are 4 recommendations to prevent vicarious trauma from turning into burnout.

2021: 7 issues to watch in education

For a third consecutive year, the Federation of Private Educational Institutions (FEEP) took on the task of determining seven educational issues to watch. Here they are.

Back in the past!

Have fun re-reading these articles drawn at random from our archives!

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