Monthly Archives: November, 2010

Roundtable on the interactive whiteboard (Part 1)

During the 2010 AQEP congress, which was held in St-Hyacinthe from November 3 to 5, an interesting round table allowed four guests as well as participants to discuss the theme of IWBs and other technological tools. in class. Today: presentation of the participants and the issues discussed.

Call for proposals for concrete applications and workshops on the impact of Web 2.0

In collaboration with the Collège Éducacentre (C.-B. www.educacentre.com), the Francophone Distance Learning Network of Canada (REFAD www.refad.ca) is organizing its annual conference on May 5 and 6, 2011 in Vancouver under the FAD 2.0 theme. This event is intended to be an opportunity for stakeholders to take stock of their distance training needs and will certainly make it possible to formulate recommendations to guide the future actions of REFAD and its members.

The timeline, for a whole new understanding of history

On the occasion of the 2010 AQEP congress, Infobourg attended the workshop presented by the national service of the RÉCIT of the social universe in order to discover a formidable application for creating timelines. This online application has been around for almost 3 years and makes it possible to produce very complete visual documents to analyze different periods of history.

Médias-Jeunes 2010 was a great success!

The Youth Media Alliance welcomed nearly 200 youth production professionals for the Médias-Jeunes conference which was held on November 18-19 in Montreal. The themes explored various facets of youth production on all screens: the future of youth animation in Quebec; ways to communicate positive messages to young people; the heralded death of television and the migration of audiences to new platforms.

Who is afraid of ICT?

Information and communication technologies (ICT) are in full development and are lacking in teacher training, deplore teachers Mélanie Couture and Anne-Sophie Charland. To introduce their colleagues who are afraid to use their interactive whiteboard, they presented solutions that are easy to implement at the congress of the Quebec Association of Teachers in the Social Universe.

I consume, you consume… do you overconsume?

Bianca Gervais, honorary godmother of the 7th awareness campaign “In the margin up to the neck! »Led by the Coalition of Consumer Associations, invites young people to reflect on their choices as consumers.

Interview on de-education (part 2)

On November 3, a young teacher, Mathieu Côté-Desjardins launched a new web series: De-education, which mixes cartoons and interviews with pedagogues, teachers and public figures. This series shoots point blank at the Quebec school system. Infobourg spoke with Mathieu Côté-Desjardins. Here is the second part of this interview.

Guide to identifying psychosocial difficulties experienced by young people

The Liaison Center on Psychosocial Intervention and Prevention presents the "Guide to identifying certain psychosocial difficulties experienced by young people". It aims to help people working with young people aged 10 to 17 to better interpret the signs associated with certain psychosocial difficulties that they may encounter. With this guide, workers will be able to direct young people more quickly to the appropriate resources.

Win a Short Scale Editions library

In order to encourage and stimulate reading in the school environment, Éditions de la courtechelle is once again launching a competition ...

Lucie Rivest, an experienced teacher

Lucie Rivest, remedial teacher and educational technologist, has been creating educational resources for nearly 30 years. After the great success of his guide “Oh no, not a reflection! »For elementary school students, it is launching an edition specially designed for secondary school students.

Anxiety, a barrier to my child's learning

As part of a series of conferences for parents, the Quebec Association of Learning Disorders (AQETA) presents "Anxiety, an obstacle to my child's learning". The conference will take place on November 27, 2010 in Montreal.

A competition to involve parents in academic success

Allô prof recently joined forces with the Grand Défi Pierre Lavoie to set up a competition that creates a favorable context for learning and the involvement of parents and family, Sharpen your gray matter! This year, the competition is at the pilot stage and is reserved for around ten schools. But nothing prevents teachers and families everywhere from using the activities and tools offered now.

Digital readings for Christmas

The spirit of the holiday season has probably already started to enter your classroom. To enhance this time of the year, the Infobourg offers a series of readings that may interest your students.

ETAPe project: Franco-Ontarian students learn about ICT

ONTARIO - About thirty francophone students from northern Ontario are participating in the new ETAPe pilot project - Technopedagogical environment for personalized electronic learning - which aims to integrate new technologies into their school curriculum. The Conseil scolaire public du Grand Nord de l'Ontario (CSPGNO) and the Franco-Ontarian Center for Educational Resources (CFORP) are joining forces for this project.

Le Chat-Ô en Folie: foray into a crazy, crazy, crazy universe!

Right off the bat, I admit. I will not talk about technology or educational project, but simply about a new collection of children's books published by FouLire: Le Chat-Ô en Folie. Why? I'm "crazy" about it!

Interview on de-education (part 1)

On November 3, a young teacher, Mathieu Côté-Desjardins launched a new web series: De-education, which mixes cartoons and interviews with pedagogues, teachers and public figures. This series shoots point blank at the Quebec school system. Infobourg spoke with Mathieu Côté-Desjardins. Here is the first of the two parts of this interview.

Human Rights and Youth Rights Commission

The Education and Cooperation team of the Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse offers free workshops and educational resources on human rights to schools.

What are the informational skills of future teachers?

Montreal - The APSDS Colloquium entitled Growing, Learning, Understanding: Imagining a Continuum of Informational Skills in Elementary and Secondary School took place on November 4 at the Palais des Congrès. Designed for school staff working in libraries, this event took place within the framework of the second congress of documentary circles. Infobourg attended one of the workshops of the conference.

November: registrations for the “Youth prevention challenge” and “First job security”

In its thirteenth year of existence, the CSST's prevention education program in schools is enriched with a new component called “First job security”. Focused on the world of work, “Sécurité premier emploi” is designed for students of primary, secondary and vocational training centers who are in their first experiences on the labor market.

Multimedia and audiovisual equipment: Camif Collectivités makes the difference

FRANCE - The added value of an establishment lies in its ability to offer teachers and students the means for quality education. With the arrival of new information and communication technologies, educational uses have multiplied, leading colleges and high schools to upgrade their equipment to serve the education of tomorrow.

Back in the past!

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