A few days ago, the social network Twitter went public. Selling for $ 26 initially, the stock rose to 73 % after just one hour! Let's take advantage of this news to retrace the history of this great social network and its outstanding moments.
As part of the last Montreal Book Fair, a roundtable on education and the family in the 21st century brought together six authors around the issue of social media, which modern families face and which has a major impact on school.
The metro in Montreal, Quebec, unveiled the new cars that will gradually replace those currently in use. At the cutting edge of technology, these efficient and more spacious wagons aim to satisfy the customers of this means of transport which is very widespread in the big cities of the world. Let's take a closer look!
In 2007, New Zealand completely transformed its education system. At the heart of this reform, a simple curriculum, which trusts the schools. Let's discover this system which caused a lot of talk at the last iPad Summit in Boston. (Second of 3 parts)
We often hear about Finland when it comes to new pedagogy, but did you know that New Zealand has also completely transformed its education system? Portrait of this island on the world educational scene. (First of 3 parts)
On November 22, 1963, the 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy (JFK), was assassinated in Dallas. Fifty years later, the tragic death of the youngest American president is still fascinating.
The Pacific Institute recently launched its new program to prevent discrimination and intercultural conflict in primary schools. It will allow young Quebecers to develop their social skills in a context of cultural diversity.
More than 600,000 students have been met by the ASTER team since its creation in 1993. Its inflatable planetariums circulate across the country, and even in the United States. A short story of an organization born, among other things, from the support of the school boards of Bas-Saint-Laurent.
Following the recent publication of 15 stunning photographs of our planet, taken by European Space Agency satellites, SCOOP! offers 4 activities inviting your students to analyze photographs in 4 different ways on a wide variety of themes.
Over 60 of Canada's largest businesses and organizations are joining forces in the ACTIVE AT SCHOOL program. The private sector and non-profit organizations agree to take their share of the responsibility to achieve one hour of activity every day at school.
It's not always easy to be a parent in the digital age! A conference specially designed to help them learn about the different facets of technology, both at home and at school, will take place in Montreal this Saturday, November 23. Cyberbullying, digital identity, social networks and more can finally be demystified.