Andréanne DuBois, trainer in cooperative and complex learning, and her colleague Mathieu Gauthier have created an application called Apprendre ensemble, which offers a series of reflections aimed at planning and implementing a learning sequence, in the form of collaborative work. effective.
A recent American study shows that video games created for learning purposes reach their optimal educational potential when they include a portion that takes place in the “real”, and not only in the “virtual”.
Fourteen years after the attacks of September 11, 2001, in which New York's Twin Towers were destroyed, the new World Trade Center observatory opens its doors to visitors. Let's take a closer look at this spectacular skyscraper.
EduQuest - Bac Histoire 2015, the new application of EduQuest SAS, allows high school students to revise the history bac in an innovative way through the use of video game mechanisms to motivate students and improve learning. It is available on the App Store and will soon be on Google Play.
Ten young sheep will maintain, throughout the summer, the lawns of the Jardins de Métis in the Bas-Saint-Laurent region. Let's take a closer look at this eco-grazing project which will make it possible to avoid the use of gasoline mowers.
The term "educational" is associated with several applications as well as several technologies. Beyond marketing and the craze for novelty, how to judge their real educational potential? A study attempts to identify its characteristics.
Mr. Jacques Fraschini, a school teacher (the equivalent of an elementary school teacher in Canada), recently founded a blog entitled ": Professional gestures in elementary school". Its objective is to make a documentary synthesis concerning specific gestures.
Over the past few days, several have shared on social media a particular phenomenon that has occurred in Australia recently: millions of spiders falling from the sky. Let's take a closer look at why this happened.
The third edition of EdCamp Quebec took place on Friday May 15th. Bringing together more than 120 people (130 had registered), the event made it possible, as every year, to respond to the real concerns of educators on site.
Here are the results and prizes obtained by the 40 Quebecers who participated in the Canada-wide Science Fair this week. Sandrine Bayard, from the Côte-Nord, as well as Frédéric Maltais and Patrick Levesque, from Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean have obtained several interesting distinctions.