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    Meet… Marie-Philip Poulin

    Like many Canadian athletes, Marie-Philip Poulin, captain of the women's ice hockey team, will take part in the Olympic Games in Beijing (Beijing) which are starting soon. Here is a simple and modular activity that combines reading comprehension in French and digital creation to discover our athletes and their journey.

    Meet… Karim Ouellet

    Karim Ouellet was a Quebec artist originally from Senegal. His unique musical journey and his texts have left their mark on Quebec poetry. He unfortunately passed away recently. We pay tribute to him through an educational activity that is both artistic and poetic.

    Meet… Martin Luther King Jr.

    January 17 is Martin Luther King Day. From his full name Martin Luther King Jr, the man is known for his fight for the civil rights of African-American people in the 1960s.

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    (Finland) Meeting with Marjaana Kangas, playful learning specialist

    During his recent educational expedition to Finland, our collaborator Marc-André Girard spoke with Professor Marjaana Kangas, from the University of Lapland, who studies the mechanisms of playful learning. Listen to the interview as a podcast or read its report here!

    The creative laboratory at school: beyond the equipment

    The expression “creative laboratory” is probably familiar to you, but can you describe what it is? In this file, we offer you an overview of the world of creative laboratories in schools. What exactly is it, why, and how do you provide your school or classroom with such a creative and collaborative environment? 

    Tips for teachers who want to experiment with Minecraft Education

    Martin Pelletier, Grade 3 and 4 teacher at École Le Sommet in Moncton, New Brunswick, uses the Minecraft Education app extensively with his students. He shares some tips for teachers who want to explore it with their students.

    From the creative laboratory to sustainable development

    With a creative laboratory, it is possible for teachers to bring their young people to reflect on the objectives of sustainable development. We spoke with two New Brunswick teachers who offer very concrete projects in this direction to their students.

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    The creative laboratory at school: beyond the equipment

    The expression “creative laboratory” is probably familiar to you, but can you describe what it is? In this file, we offer you an overview of the world of creative laboratories in schools. What exactly is it, why, and how do you provide your school or classroom with such a creative and collaborative environment? 

    Applied Neuroscience in Education: Learning Better by Doing Better

    Learn better by doing better ... and not more. This is what the 7 neuroeducational principles of Steve Masson propose. In this dossier, our collaborator Marie-Andrée Croteau presents each of the principles in order to guide teachers in their practice. It is not a question of adding steps to learning, but of adjusting them in order to optimize them to have an influence on the quality of student learning.

    Dys disorders, 10 years after the introduction of technological aids

    Ten years have passed since the introduction of technological aids and it is clear that the situation has changed a lot for students with learning disabilities, more specifically dys disorders. In this dossier, we present an inventory of resources, in addition to giving examples of winning practices for teachers, students and parents.