Monthly Archives: May, 2010

TBI: The routine with the table

Sherbrooke - “I am very far from having toured the possibilities that this interactive whiteboard can offer. We quickly become addicted! From the first minute of use it was part of my daily life. I discover options every day, ”says Sylvie Daigle.

A resolutely techno school

Boucherville - During the 2008-2009 school year, around ten interactive whiteboards were used at Les Jeunes Découvreurs elementary school in Boucherville. In front of the enthusiasm of the teachers and the interest of the pupils, the principal Nicole Borremans proceeded to the purchase of ten other IWBs, so that there is now one per class.

Brand in your classroom: Testimonials sought

Are you using De Marque educational resources in your classroom? Your students have become keyboard aces thanks to Typing Pal? Has a dyslexic student progressed in writing with the help of WordQ? Inspiration helped students organize their ideas? Have you integrated eduMedia animations into your science lessons? Has the ActivBoard interactive whiteboard helped you boost your teaching?

Use of the IWB in the classroom: a teaching method to acquire

Dieppe - The interactive whiteboard can definitely help increase the level of attention and concentration of students in a classroom. But it is not a miracle tool, the teachers who use it need support to learn how to use it wisely.

Technological help to write more and better

Montreal - Brigitte Stanké, doctoral speech therapist, uses WordQ writing assistance software with students with learning disabilities, such as dyslexia, dysorthography or dyspraxia. This technological tool can help a student in difficulty to obtain his high school diploma, and thus prevent dropping out of school.

The world at the end of the pencil

Portneuf - François Couture is assistant principal at Donnacona high school. As a former teacher, he has always been on the lookout for new technologies that can improve teaching. When he heard about the interactive whiteboard, he immediately wanted to know more, and then he adopted it.

A pair of glasses for students with learning disabilities

Rimouski - “Computing for a child with a learning disability is like a pair of glasses. This is how Brigitte Sirois, remedial teacher at the Commission scolaire des Phares, explains to young people, their parents and their teachers, the contribution of technological aids to students with learning disabilities.

The interactive whiteboard: trying it is adopting it

Dolbeau-Mistassini - “As soon as I used the Activboard, I completely adopted it. No more traditional painting! To capture the attention of students, there is nothing better, because children are on the lookout for the slightest change, ”says Aline Ménard, first year teacher at Notre-Dame-des-Anges school in Dolbeau-Mistassini (Pays-des-Bleuets school board).

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