October 31st is the perfect day to dress up. Let's take a closer look at the controversies caused by Halloween costumes, the origins of this fall holiday, and the ways in which it is celebrated in Canada.
The CDLS-CLS network offers the “Innovators at school and at the library” program, which allows elementary and secondary school teachers in Quebec to invite a dynamic speaker to the classroom for a workshop on the scientific world. Plus, it's free!
What do Marie Curie, Ernest Rutherford, Lester B. Pearson, Alice Munro and Malala Yousafzai have in common? They are all Nobel Prize recipients. People who have been recognized for extraordinary achievement in a particular field.
MediaSmarts and the Canadian Teachers' Federation, in collaboration with Facebook Canada, will launch the 9th Media Literacy Week on November 3 in Toronto. The launch will feature young speakers participating in amazing projects on social platforms.
In the last few days, nearly 35,000 walruses have been forced to wash up on the mainland in northwestern Alaska. Let's take a closer look at whether this new phenomenon is directly linked to climate change affecting the Arctic.
It is not always easy to teach the importance of the password, the sensitivity of the information we publish online and others to elementary school children. A teacher from Nebraska offers a very concrete idea on this subject!
In a context of abundance of information, it is often difficult to take a critical look at the reliability and relevance of accessible sources. How can we help students develop their skills in this regard? A professor from Laval University offers some ideas.
The meaning of policies for the acceptable use of technology in schools is set to evolve, believes an American director of technology, who warns against those which look more like legal documents than texts really interpretable by students . He also offers a concrete example.
The habits of music consumers have changed significantly over the past decade. Let's take a look at how artists are inspired and the ways people now listen to their favorite songs with the advent of digital music.
This year, the ChallengeU portal team (formerly Didacti) is offering professional development activities called “Bootcamp”. These days aim to create learning activities, to exchange with other teachers and, of course, to get to know the tool better.
For their interactive and innovative approach to teaching, the Société Histoire Canada presents 6 teachers with the 2014 Governor General's History Award for Excellence in Teaching. Two are Quebeckers!
After the series of consultations of the Canadian Education Association (ACE) aimed at identifying what stands in the way of change, here is a book to devour absolutely, the book "Le change en milieu scolaire québécois", by Marc-André Girard, published by Éditions Reynald Goulet.
On the occasion of the 3rd ÉLÉ Meetings, more than 200 participants will meet at the Grande Bibliothèque on Monday, October 20, to discuss this essential aspect of the development of toddlers, which is awakening to reading and learning. writing (ÉLE).