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Monthly Archives: September, 2013

Talking about the law in class is your right!

The Éducaloi organization is once again offering many free educational resources to put legal education on the menu in Quebec classrooms.

Will the "Mini-Miss" land in Quebec?

"Miss" contests are popular in the United States and in several countries around the world. We like to elect Miss World, Miss Universe, Miss Earth, etc. If this type of competition attracts many curious, what about when it comes to young girls? France recently banned such contests and Quebec is currently experiencing the debate.

Rethinking high school at the Learning 2030 summit this weekend

This weekend, some of the world's brightest minds in education will gather in Waterloo to imagine, from a completely new perspective, what high school for newborns could look like. from 2013.

6 video capture apps for the iPad

The iPad is an ideal tool for creation. But beyond making videos using the integrated camera, we (teacher or student) can use them to make informative (or creative!) Capsules. We tell you how.

World Tourism Day

Since 1980, September 27 has been the date chosen to celebrate World Tourism Day. This year, the Maldives Islands are hosting the official celebrations. Let's see how tourism is honored at this event.

The 66th ACELF Congress opens tonight in Regina

Tonight, at the Delta Regina hotel, the 66th conference of the Association canadienne d'études de langue française (ACELF) opens. For three days, education specialists with diverse expertise will offer a rich and varied program on the theme "Proud francophones, engaged citizens!" ". Some 500 educators from across the country are expected to attend.

High school youth invited to take up the challenge of entrepreneurship

The Entrepreneurial Challenge! aims to foster an entrepreneurial culture early in the life of young people and offers a stimulating approach for young people, who could deserve the grand prize for carrying out their ideas.

2013 TFO Education Prize awarded to a teacher from Orléans

Martin Bouchard, resource teacher at the Alain Fortin Catholic Elementary School in Orléans, is the winner of the 2013 TFO Education Prize. This teacher has succeeded in recent years in implementing innovative strategies for the benefit of his students, by providing them with enriching and memorable experiences thanks to ICT.

100 % TIC at Marcelle-Mallet: pupils delighted that their reality is taken into account

In the company of the director of educational services, let's see how the 100 % TIC shift at Marcelle-Mallet school was received by teachers, what measures have been put in place to support them, how parents are involved and what is the atmosphere in a Cybertic class!

CSeries, less polluting and more efficient planes

While the other major aircraft manufacturers are choosing to improve their existing models, the Montreal multinational Bombardier has instead chosen to bet on a brand new aircraft, the CSeries, whose maiden flight is scheduled for October 15, 2013.

Marcelle-Mallet high school takes a turn 100 % TIC

Since the start of the 2013 school year, all of the school's secondary 1 students have been registered for the CyberTIC profile. Everyone has a laptop and the lessons are lived in the spirit of "100 % TIC". Foray into a really trendy school!

Read with Me Week: Prepare to read for the young people around you

The school, the family and the community are invited to promote the pleasure of reading among young people as part of the “Read with Me” Week, which will be held from October 4 to 12. And you, what will you do?

Harvard University presents its anti-Nobel prizes

Last week, the famous American university awarded various scientific studies with humor. Anti-Nobel Prizes, also known as Ig Nobel (pun between Nobel and vile), are awarded to researchers making rather unusual discoveries.

Call for papers and registrations for the 2014 iPad Education Summit

On May 1 and 2, 2014, the 2nd Summit on the iPad in Education will be held at the Hilton Bonaventure hotel in Montreal. We remind you that the call ...

66th ACELF Congress: A resource hub for improving education!

QUEBEC, September 19, 2013 - The Canadian Association for French Language Education (ACELF) will hold its annual conference from September 26 to 28 in Regina, ...

REFAD improvement workshops from October to December 2013

For the end of 2013, the Francophone Distance Learning Network of Canada (REFAD; www.refad.ca) is offering four professional development workshops in education at ...

France: Onisep launches the My Orientation online mobile application

Good news for our French cousins! A question of orientation? A request for information on trades, on training? monorientationenligne.fr, the personalized guidance assistance service ...

2 reasons that could make your technological integration fail

What do you think are these reasons? Despite all the goodwill in the world, integrating ICT into schools requires meeting financial, technical, human and educational challenges. Are you ready (or were you)?

Challenges and Benefits of Assistive Technologies for Learning Disabilities

Sometimes very bright children struggle to succeed in their studies. They are victims of a disorder invisible to the naked eye: dyslexia, dysorthography or dyscalculia. Once teachers and students master assistive technology, young people can finally be successful!

File on technological aids: the conclusion

The arrival of technological aids in the classroom has succeeded in changing practices. “It was painful and it's not perfect yet. Before it was...

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