Monthly Archives: December, 2016

The elves of the preschool RÉCIT offer activities for the holidays

It's time for Christmas projects with the little ones! Discover 2 learning situations of the RÉCIT national service in preschool education.

A look back at the Google Summit for education in Saint-Jérôme

On November 12 and 13, 2016, a Google Summit for EdTechTeam education was held at the Académie Lafontaine. Here are some notes from our passage.

The mummified remains of Queen Nefertari identified by researchers

This week, scientists announced that they had identified mummified legs, on display at the Egyptian Museum in Turin, Italy, as those of the famous Queen Nefertari. Let's take the opportunity to learn more about mummies.

An educational Advent calendar!

Carrefour education presents a very special Advent calendar to live with your students.

919 schools receive Antidote for Christmas

In time for Christmas, 919 schools will receive a free license to install Antidote, the flagship writing support software, on 10 computers.

Alexandre Lepage: Computer science, accessible to everyone!

In this École branchée educational meeting, Alexandre Lepage explains how computer thinking is important in education.

Augmented reality to teach science: a winning idea

Researchers have measured an increase in interest, motivation and success in science among tweens using augmented reality.

TagVille, a game on financial education for 9 to 14 year olds

The Paul Gérin-Lajoie Foundation is launching the free TagVille application for 9 to 14 year olds. She aims to learn finance while having fun.

Permafrost and global warming

Global warming could cause a significant loss of carbon from the soil. Let's take a closer look at what the impacts will be on the environment and the population.

Video criticism to stimulate a taste for reading

Here is an idea combining reading and multimedia creation that will stimulate the interest of several students for books: video criticism.

Teen-Electronics: Recycling old computers to learn

Students of the Preparatory Training for Work (FPT) of the College of Companions specialize in electronics. They are also organizing a collection of equipment ...

Death of Fidel Castro

Cuban head of state Fidel Castro died last Friday at the age of 90. Let's take a closer look at the reactions following this death as well as the funeral process.

Online literary animation for Christmas: participate with your students!

Elementary classes are invited to find a new dress style for Santa Claus for a literary animation that will take place on December 19.

Back in the past!

Have fun re-reading these articles drawn at random from our archives!

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