United States - Who do you think is responsible for educating students about safe Internet use? A poll in the United States shows that principals think it's teachers, and teachers think it's parents. Oops!
About 50 students and three professors from Princeton University participated in a study to determine whether the e-book could significantly reduce the amount of paper used for lessons, without affecting the classroom experience. The results are mixed, but interesting!
New Brunswick - The project to integrate the iPod Touch into a grade 2 classroom and a grade 6 classroom has been a great success, according to Bernard Manzerolle, ICT mentor in New Brunswick School District 11.
France - The practical guide for high school teachers specializing in reform is aimed at teachers in the second class. With this tool produced from concrete situations and testimonies, teachers have avenues to help build their course, in a gradual and reversible process, starting in second grade.
Quebec - The Place aux sciences project allows 21 elementary and secondary schools in the Capitale-Nationale to benefit from 230,000 $ to support their science and technology activities during the 2010-2011 school year.
Quebec - The large Bescherelle family is growing. The youngest was born: the Short conjugation guide. It is simple and designed in every way for learning conjugation for students in the 2nd and 3rd cycles of elementary school.
There has been a lot of talk in the media about dropping out of school since some rather revealing and rather alarming statistics were published on the subject over the past year. It goes without saying that this phenomenon is very worrying, particularly for you, the parents, and it requires in particular to find, as quickly as possible, solutions to the height of the problem to significantly improve the portrait of the current situation.
World - Now that the Apple iPad has already won over consumers, will it become the new companion for children? Will it become the new learning tool? Despite the countless number of apps, it seems that elementary and secondary school age children have been a bit forgotten until now.
World - Everyone who uses technological applications in mathematics agrees that they make completely abstract concepts more concrete, making it easier for students to understand. Nevertheless, it's always interesting to read scientific research reports that prove it!