Teachers from Collège Sainte-Anne share their winning strategies to support their so-called “weak third” students, without lowering their expectations of others. Today, we are discovering one that relies on learning from its own mistakes.
On March 14, we celebrate the day of Pi. This year is special since we can add the year to continue the famous sequence: 3.1416. It might not be the official date format in French, but it's a great excuse to talk about this special number in class!
After tobacco, sugar has become a real scourge in the population. Several diseases and ailments are associated with it such as obesity, diabetes, certain types of cancer, cavities, etc. Since their introduction in the 1970s, sweeteners have never achieved unanimity.
This is the 19th edition of Youth Magazine Month, initiated by Bayard Canada. From March 1 to 31, 2016, several activities are offered to students to encourage reading and motivate young readers, especially boys.
Five years ago, on March 11, 2011, a maritime earthquake caused a crisis from which Japan has not yet fully recovered. This earthquake caused a tsunami that hit the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power plant to cause a crisis in the land of the rising sun.
The New Media Consortium, an influential American association that brings together specialists in educational technology, has just published an expected report on trends, challenges and opportunities related to language learning in the digital age.
The buildings of the future will be vertical forests in the center of large cities. Let's take a closer look at how large metropolises are adapting their architectures to build greener living environments.
With its growth and new partnerships, ChallengeU aims nothing less than to become an “education Netflix”, that is to say a one-stop-shop where one can find turnkey material from as many of the community of users than trusted partners. Its founder, David Chartrand, explains the evolution and the current approach.