Monthly Archives: August, 2013

Live back to school with stress-free mobile tablets

Here are 5 tips for teachers living their early days with mobile tablets in their classrooms. They aim to establish the guidelines for the year while allowing young people to use them as much as possible.

It's back to school for primary and secondary parliaments

The 2013-2014 school year marks the 8th year of the existence of Parlements au secondaire. For its part, the project of education and participation in ...

ROLE: a student-centered classroom environment

Taking advantage of technology (but not only) in a classroom environment where each student is free to use the means of their choice to achieve the objectives indicated by the teacher, this is the basis of the "Results Only Learning Environment" ( ROLE). Explanation and details.

School transport: Safety, a shared responsibility

At the start of the school year, the Association du transport écolier du Québec would like to remind the public that the safety of more than 575,000 schoolchildren transported by school bus in Quebec largely depends on the attention paid to the arrival of vehicles. yellow on our roads.

The Éclairs de sciences program is looking for scientific consultants

Offered in the Montreal region, the Éclairs de sciences program aims to support elementary school teachers wishing to set up projects ...

The blog to the rescue of young people who don't like to write

How to get young people to develop a taste for writing, reading and, consequently, learning, and this for the whole of life? Dr. Patricia Fioriello suggests starting with a blog!

Primary science: 700,000 $ of magazines given to students!

MONTREAL, Aug. 26, 2013 / CNW Telbec / - Over 140,000 students in 4,688 Quebec and Franco-Canadian classes receive a copy this week ...

3 activities to foster bonding between students

Here are 3 simple ideas to do in class that will get a good start and help students get to know each other better at the start of the year.

REFAD is recruiting facilitators for its 2013-2014 training courses

The Francophone Distance Education Network of Canada is preparing its offer of training offered by Internet-assisted audio conferencing this year.

The campaign Me, I make my lunch! to help young people in need

The magazine The lunch box (3 $ in the Jean Coutu) will offer ideas, recipes and tips for making lunches this year. The profits from the sale will go directly to La Tablée des Chefs culinary training programs in youth centers or schools.

The presence of male educators in daycare reduces behavioral problems

According to a study by the University of Sherbrooke, children who work with both male and female educators in daycare are better equipped in terms of social adaptation and have fewer behavioral problems.

Towards the "doers" revolution?

“Get out there and do something! This is the slogan of Sylvia, a 12-year-old American girl, an icon of the “makers” movement (literally, “doers”). The movement is echoed in some schools, where it is considered that everyone has the right and the ability to make, redo or improve something. Concrete, what.

How to get your project talked about on Infobourg?

"Damn, they talked about this project and not mine ..." But how do you get an article on Infobourg to talk about your idea for an educational project or the achievements of your class this year? It's so easy, here's how!

Receive a visit from a tech professional in your classroom

Since 2011, as part of the MaCarrièreTECHNO.com campaign, the TECHNOCompétences organization has been organizing free classroom visits for professionals in the technology field to talk about career possibilities in the 2nd cycle of secondary school.

Read aloud with classes around the world

The Listen Read the World project brings together French-speaking students from all over the world around the same story so that they can discuss and share their appreciation while learning about technology. This year, more than 120 classes are already registered!

The Almost Perfect Educational Suppers season resumes

With the start of the school year, good ideas are also making a comeback. You may have read our articles on The Almost Perfect Educational Supper concept at the end of the past year. Now, new editions are being organized.

Singing in a foreign language significantly promotes learning

According to a study by the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, published in the journal Memory & Cognition, it is proven that singing in another language promotes the learning of the latter. Do your vocalizations!

More than 1 in 2 teachers use their personal money for class projects

Whether because of budget cuts, red tape or reorganization of funding, 53 % of 814 teachers surveyed said they used their own money to buy school supplies or carry out class projects. Is this also your case?

Back to school 2013 - Finding out about the contributions required from parents

Every year, the questions come back to the floor: what are the items that should appear on the list of supplies? Are there some that shouldn't be there? Discover the cheat sheet designed by associations to make life easier for everyone.

Back to school costs on average 705 $ per child

QUÉBEC, Aug. 7, 2013 / CNW Telbec / - As Quebec families prepare to rob stationery and large-scale stores ...

Back in the past!

Have fun re-reading these articles drawn at random from our archives!

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