Canada - He plays the clown during the instructions, he often asks to repeat, he does not apply the instructions, he is often in the moon, it may not be ill will, but rather signs that he has a central hearing impairment.
United States - Robert Marzano is an American researcher who has worked extensively on the impact of interactive whiteboards (IWBs) in the classroom. One of his conclusions: three quarters of teachers more naturally use the strategies of a good teacher in the presence of the tool! The details…
World - Digital reading devices are flooding the market. So users are increasingly starting to feel the restrictions imposed by copyright and digital rights management. These restrictions could even delay the use of digital books in education.
Ottawa - Canada's leading digital literacy organization, the Media Literacy Network (the Network) is sounding the alarm and warning that Canada will continue to fall behind other countries in terms of productivity and innovation unless a national digital literacy plan is in place.
Quebec - Your food from start to hunger! is a new website designed to introduce students in Years 3, 4 and 5 of secondary school to trades and professions in the bio-food sector. Thus, marine fisheries, agricultural production, food processing and food trade are presented through different activities.
Ontario - Hundreds of thousands of students and tens of thousands of teachers in Ontario high schools will now have access to Turnitin web tools for plagiarism prevention, electronic grade assignment and online review by peers.
Laval - Vanessa, a dyslexic student also suffering from hearing disabilities, did not receive the services she needed for her learning disabilities. The Laval School Board is blamed and must pay tens of thousands of dollars in moral damages to parents and provide Vanessa with adapted services for the rest of her school career.
United States - A study conducted by the University of Georgia in the United States shows a significant divide between the possibilities of digital books for newspapers and the needs of young adults. Black and white readers limited in display do not seem to appeal to the generation fond of multimedia smartphones ...
Quebec - A young Montreal mother, unable to see her boys aged 8 and 9 spending their time watching TV and playing video games, imagines an exchange system: 1 minute of reading for 1 minute of TV. The concept has grown to become a social network for young people accessible on the Internet.
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