In recent months, we have heard about a trend for schools to consider the teaching of applied computing, the "code", in the curriculum. A survey commissioned by Google in the United States reveals that students, parents and schools have opposing views on the state of the issue.
The Canadian Association for French Language Education (ACELF) is launching the 2016 edition of its Francophone Exchanges program. It allows groups of students to experience an exchange trip with another Canadian French-speaking community.
Sport is health: it is well known! At school, the regular schedule leaves little room for physical activity. Here is a site whose mission is to spread the notion of pleasure while training teachers using video tutorials on the subject.
As a parent, preparing your children for the start of the school year can sometimes be a big challenge. After these weeks of relaxation, what can be done to help them regain their rhythm? Here are some tips to promote a smooth transition! To share with parents at your school!
From August 17 to 19, fifty teachers gathered for the 13th edition of the ICT camp of the Federation of Private Educational Institutions (FÉEP) which was held at the Auberge du Lac-à-l'Eau- Claire, in St-Alexis-des-Monts.
The 2015 edition of the Horizon Report, published in June by the New Media Consortium and the Consortium for School Networking in the United States, identifies important trends over the next 5 years in educational technology.
The end of the school holidays in Quebec rhymes with the annual holding of Expo Quebec. This year, a large area of the Center de foires is dedicated to the digital world and its actors, a great opportunity for young people to see that beyond video games, there are career opportunities at the height of their aspirations.
By constituting places of informal learning, social media play an important role in the development of different skills. This is the conclusion reached by a recent study published in the last June issue of the journal Computers in Human Behavior.
Pearltrees is an application widely used by teachers. Over the past year, the free version has started to feature advertising, which has hampered its use quite a bit. This summer, the company launched offers intended exclusively for teachers, including one free and without advertising, to alleviate this inconvenience.