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To become competent readers, students must be brought into contact with a variety of texts. How to select them well? To achieve this, the Quebec Ministry of Education, Higher Education and Research (MEESR) suggests consulting the Open Books site.
Patrick Tremblay, an engineer interested in education, designed an automated phonetic support software which made him a finalist in the Inventing the World of Tomorrow competition, of the Quebec Engineers Network. He invites the educational community to support him by voting for his project before November 20!
More than 500 teachers are participating today, October 9, in an intensive day of reading training.
From October 3 to 11, let's make children want to read!
As part of this week against bullying, Les Éditions Chouette undertakes to donate 1 $ for all Caillou books sold to the Jasmin Roy Foundation, in addition to launching its new title on the subject: Caillou is afraid of Théo .
On the occasion of the start of the school year and as a partner of the Reading Season, Montreal Success Network (RRM) wishes to recall the importance of reading in the academic perseverance of our young people.
The campaign's goal is to deliver a book to all elementary school students across the country.
The Caméléa editions offer free to elementary cycle 1 classes a reading workshop and educational exercises, aimed at introducing the brand new Caméléa series.
On June 8, the Quebec Ministry of Education, Higher Education and Research highlighted for the tenth year effective actions to promote reading and paid tribute to the instigators of these actions.
Building on its success with Quebec schools, the National Reading Competition is today opening, as part of its 8th edition, a second chapter in its history by involving Francophone schools outside Quebec.
“Tous lire” is an editorial project for children who have difficulty reading or who do not like to read. Why? Because the books that are offered to them do not correspond to their age or their disorders (“dys”) or disabilities (visually impaired, hearing impaired…).
January 27, 2015 is Family Literacy Day. On this occasion, the Literacy Foundation, in collaboration with ABC Alpha pour la vie Canada, solicits nearly 150 Quebec organizations and invites families to experience fun activities around reading.
Scholastic, a company specializing in the production and sale of educational materials, recently released the 5th edition of its report on the reading habits of children and families in the United States.
Good news for children's literature, the activities of the publishing house "the short scale" will resume their normal course over the next few weeks.
To all elementary school teachers in Quebec, PARTICIPATE in an online survey on teaching reading / appreciation of ...
A recent study looked at the regions of the brain that are stressed during reading. This work improves current knowledge on the activation of certain areas of the brain and is likely to have positive impacts on the understanding and treatment of various phenomena, such as dyslexia.
For a 10th year, the MELS will highlight effective actions to promote reading and will pay tribute to the instigators of these actions. Here are the details for submitting an application.
One of the biggest book fairs in America kicks off this Wednesday in Montreal. Let's take this opportunity to tackle the theme of reading.
In November and December, give reading as a gift and help reach the goal of distributing 40,000 books to underprivileged young people.
After the series of consultations of the Canadian Education Association (ACE) aimed at identifying what stands in the way of change, here is a book to devour absolutely, the book "Le change en milieu scolaire québécois", by Marc-André Girard, published by Éditions Reynald Goulet.