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Les #Édubrèves - September 19, 2021 edition

In this edition of #Édubrèves: two activity kits for the construction of French-speaking students' identities, the fall programming of Academos, those of the Grands Explorateurs and the first CréaCamp Sprint of the year, training in artificial intelligence for teachers , a directory of free digital tools and more.

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Les #Édubrèves - September 19, 2021 edition

In this edition of #Édubrèves: two activity kits for the construction of French-speaking students' identities, the fall programming of Academos, those of the Grands Explorateurs and the first CréaCamp Sprint of the year, training in artificial intelligence for teachers , a directory of free digital tools and more.

New products to discover in digital platforms

A lot of new things have been rolled out recently in various digital platforms that you may be using. We've taken you through what should grab your attention from Teams, Classroom, Flipgrid, Edpuzzle and Wakelet.

Class management strategies in the anti-COVID-19 response: an experience in Cameroon

Our collaborator testifies to his experience of teaching mathematics at the secondary level in Ngaoundéré, Cameroon, during the resumption of post-containment COVID-19 classes. It appears that distance education efforts during confinement were reinforced by the resumption of the same face-to-face courses. 

Five tips to keep in mind to teach programming effectively

Although programming is gaining in popularity, its teaching remains little known and can prove to be a real challenge for teachers. Our collaborator Hugo G. Lapierre presents 5 tips to encourage students to learn coding.

School-family relationship: What to say, when and how?

At the start of the school year, it is important to take the time to lay the foundations for the parent-teacher relationship so that it remains solid throughout the coming months. The quality of communications and information shared between school and family can make a difference to the well-being and success of students.

A self-study course on pedagogical management and leadership soon available

Managers of educational institutions in Quebec will soon have free access to free-standing training on management and pedagogical leadership. This will offer them, among other things, a digital action plan model to be developed for the educational establishments they run. It will respond to a need already expressed in this direction.

Les #Édubrèves - September 12, 2021 edition

Here are the #Édubrèves of the week. In this edition: forging links between French-speaking schools in Canada, digital technology is invited to International Literacy Day, a self-study session on educational podcast, an application for learning to read, self-assessment of evaluation practices, and Moreover! Good reading.

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Fall issue of École branchée magazine offers ideas and resources for in-service teacher education

PRESS RELEASE - Engaging in a continuing education process is now part of the professional obligations of teachers in Quebec. In order to amplify the impact of its contribution to professional development, the École branchée devotes the fall edition of its magazine to this important subject.

A new professional magazine to support the English-speaking school network in the digital age

Press release - The last two years have shown that digital education in schools can no longer be anecdotal, transversal or associated with a reward. In order to support the English-speaking school network in the digital age, École branchée is launching EngagED Learning.

Meet EngagED Learning, our brand new magazine in English!

Our team is proud to announce the arrival of EngagED Learning, the École branchée's “cousin” magazine, which will be published 3 times a year to better support the English-speaking and bilingual educational community! We tell you more here!

The École branchée is looking for a pearl to take care of its numbers and its people! (Accounting and administrative assistant)

Wanted! Administrative accounting assistant. If you have the advancement of education at heart, are organized like no other and like to take care of numbers as much as people, you will be happy with us! 4 days / week.

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A New Professional Magazine to Support the English-speaking School Network in the Digital age

Press release - The last two years have shown that digital education in schools can no longer be anecdotal, transversal or associated with a reward. In order to expand the reach of its work on this important issue, École branchée is launching an English version of its professional magazine.

Meet EngagED Learning, our brand new magazine in English!

Our team is proud to announce the arrival of EngagED Learning, the École branchée's “cousin” magazine, which will be published 3 times a year to better support the English-speaking and bilingual educational community! We tell you more here!

The École branchée is looking for a pearl to take care of its numbers and its people! (Accounting and administrative assistant)

Wanted! Administrative accounting assistant. If you have the advancement of education at heart, are organized like no other and like to take care of numbers as much as people, you will be happy with us! 4 days / week.
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Co-teaching to stimulate the taste for writing in 2nd year: a challenge taken up by two teachers… from two different schools!

Tanya and Janie, from CSS des Sommets, fell in love with education. By working together, each in their own school, they simplified their teaching task, in addition to making their students' writing process even more meaningful and stimulating. Their collaboration enriches their teaching and assessment practice, while increasing their professional motivation and their impact on their students' learning.

Press releases

An invitation to participate in the Twittclasses Journal

Registrations to participate in the Journal des Twittclasses are open until September 24. You can showcase your projects through a network of French-speaking schools.

Youth magazine, a tool for better reading!

Recognized for the quality of their educational content delivered with dynamism and humor, Bayard Jeunesse magazines have fueled young readers' thirst for learning for more than forty years. / Advertorial

Global boom in educational technologies: Quebec and its edtech companies have a role to play

Press release - The Edteq Association (Enterprises for the development of educational technologies in Quebec) conducted in the winter of 2021 a study of the Quebec edtech sector in collaboration with the Quebec Ministry of Economy and Innovation. The report is released today.

OLOfusion relies on technology to consolidate the achievements of young people in mathematics

Communiqué - OLOfusion offers fun and inclusive tools, based on a color code, thus helping as many young people as possible to learn to tell the time.

Look in the rearview mirror: you are good!

As the school year draws to a close, Marie-Claude Harnois, general manager and educator of ÉtudeSecours, invites school stakeholders to look in the rearview mirror. “We can give ourselves a nice pat on the back and tell ourselves we're good. "

Teaching robotics to preschool 4 years old, it's possible

In this article, Fany Lauzon, a third-year undergraduate student in preschool and elementary education, shares the experience of her 4-year-old preschool internship class with the exploration of robotics. It discusses its successes as well as its future goals in this regard.

Testimonial: Digital technology to adopt a posture aimed at universal pedagogy

Véronique Chouinard, BÉPEP student at Université Laval, presents a reflection on how teachers can take advantage of the accessibility of digital tools and use them effectively as a means of learning?

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School TV via YouTube: boost daily messages by involving students!

L'école branchée s'entretient aujourd'hui avec Jean-François Dion, conseiller pédagogique au CSDCEO, qui nous parle de télé scolaire via YouTube.
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Healthy relationships between colleagues, to find (and keep!) Your way as a teacher

Nancie Bouchard teaches in 1st year at the CSDM. Convinced that she is a “very ordinary” teacher, she talks to us about what allows her to keep her passion for teaching day after day and to dare to embark on something new: her colleagues.

The many benefits of learning programming (from preschool!)

Meeting with Pierre Lachance, educational advisor at RÉCIT “math, science, techno”, with whom we talk about learning programming!
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Conscious entrepreneurship in a context of giftedness

We met Julianne Lauzon, a student with a gifted profile from Joseph-Henrico elementary school, and her teacher Chantal Leblanc, both facilitators of a workshop as part of the first Fall Congress of Entrepreneurial Education Ideas, which takes place took place in Quebec on November 2, 2018.

School-family relationship: What to say, when and how?

At the start of the school year, it is important to take the time to lay the foundations for the parent-teacher relationship so that it remains solid throughout the coming months. The quality of communications and information shared between school and family can make a difference to the well-being and success of students.

Look beyond the pandemic and the constraints

Beyond all the inconveniences associated with the pandemic, it is important to stop for a moment and take a look at the road traveled since March 2020, to consider the rest with optimism. There are gains that will benefit from being maintained once the sanitary measures are lifted.

3 good things to remember from the last year: well-being, co-education and digital skills

On May 28, the Federation of Quebec Parents' Committees (FCPQ) presented the festive digital meeting. During this evening, Stéphanie Dionne, from École branchée, was invited to name 3 success stories from the education community in this very special year.

8 inclusive practices to support school-family collaboration

For a year, Justine Gosselin-Gagné and her team from the University of Quebec at Montreal were able to integrate the daily life of two elementary schools in Montreal in order to identify the practices and attitudes of different staff members who aim to create a link inclusive with the families of the students.

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