As part of the 3rd edition of the FEEP Educational Innovation Awards on May 1 in Sherbrooke, the CADRE21 Special Prize was awarded to a school that innovates in the professional development of its team. The 2019 edition of this prize is awarded to the Externat Sacré-Cœur de Rosemère.
On December 7, more than 50 teachers from the Externat Sacré-Cœur met in order to initiate a continuous training process as a group via online training from CADRE21. The morning was devoted to the presentation of the professional development project via CADRE21. Each teacher then had to choose a first level (Explorer) badge to complete. The afternoon was devoted to the completion of their badge. The day ended with a sharing cocktail during which each teacher proudly wore a label with the completed badge, in a new room with flexible layout. "Nothing better than giving them the experience as a learner to convince them of the advantages of such an arrangement", emphasizes Marie Robitaille, responsible for this training day.
“This activity was a great success! The teachers are exceptionally committed to their learning. At the time of the comeback cocktail, they were proud to display their completed badges. "Marie Robitaille, Director of Educational Services at Externat Sacré-Coeur
Congratulations to the entire Externat Sacré-Coeur team!
To find out all the winners of the FEEP Innovation Awards, visit the website.
To engage in continuing education
CADRE21 supports schools in the professional development of teachers. CADRE21's online training offer, accessible free of charge to all Québec school personnel thanks to the Digital Action Plan in Education and Higher Education, is a recognized resource for engaging teachers in their continuing education.