A few days before the International Day against Homophobia, the Jasmin Roy Foundation, in partnership with the TD Bank Group, awarded, for the first time to an elementary school, the Purple Ribbon award for the fight against homophobia. at Mountainview Elementary School.
The Great Barrier Reef of Australia is threatened by a development project in a port area. Indeed, entrepreneurs want to use the port to dump their rubble and waste. Let's take a closer look at how the 8th wonder of the world is threatened by this project.
Acting as a factor for change in education is now within your reach thanks to the pan-Canadian contest “Your turn to classrooms of tomorrow”, in which teachers and their students are invited to produce a video debate or photo essay on the issue.
TICMooc is a mooc (free online course open to all) on the integration of digital tools in teaching in the service of student learning which is being prepared for next fall. It is now possible to register.
Yesterday was the conclusion of the 3rd AppJam, a competition for the creation of mobile applications by high school students in the Ottawa region that allows them to both unleash their creativity and put in touch with possible employers.
This summer, the provincial and territorial ministers responsible for education and the labor market will host a major pan-Canadian skills symposium on July 9-10 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
The Ludovia Summer University will be held in Ax-les-Thermes, in Ariège (France), from August 25 to 28. The organizers invite French speakers to come and present their educational work and uses of digital technology in class. Will you be there?
For several weeks now, some 200 high school girls have been kidnapped by the radical Islamist group Boko Haram. Let's take a closer look at the events of the past few days while taking the pulse of the planet on the various actions aimed at supporting the efforts of the authorities to find them safe and sound.
On the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the “Reading as a Gift” program, the Literacy Foundation once again succeeds in offering a new book to thousands of children, thanks to generous donations from the general public through hundreds of bookstores. and libraries.