It is tomorrow that the National Francophonie Week begins on the theme Just for the pleasure of playing. Until March 21, the ACELF offers a full program to allow young people and adults to play and have fun in French.
In Guatemala, Lake Atitlán, which inspired the work of the Little Prince by Antoine Saint-Exupéry, is a victim of human pollution. Let's take a closer look at why the country's top tourist destination is now in jeopardy.
On March 22 and 23, the REFER will bring together in Montreal people who are passionate about the Francophone school environment for discussions and conferences around the theme “School and learning: networks and links”.
On the occasion of CréaCamp on November 17, 2017 in Montreal, Stéphanie Dionne, from École branchée, spoke with one of the event's facilitators, Mr. Michel Choquette. They discuss the success factors of digital manufacturing in schools.
This week, the Ministers of Education and Higher Education of Quebec announced the creation of an Order of Excellence in Education. In my opinion, this is good news, since it is a form of recognition of the work of innovative teachers.
A few days after the massacre in Parkland in Florida, surviving students set up the Never again, “never again” movement to push American elected officials to adopt measures to control the sale of firearms.
This Sunday, February 25, as part of the Montréal Joue festival, the Interactive Museum of Video Games activity at the Grande Bibliothèque is not to be missed! It will be possible to play great classics on site.
Today is the distance learning day at Collège Sainte-Anne, in which all high school students and teachers participate. To do this, the College uses different platforms and tools to allow teachers to optimize distance learning time.
No matter where you are, all eyes are on Pyeonchang for the next few days. This South Korean city becomes the center of the world for a fortnight and shows a possibility of reconciliation between the two Korean neighbors.
Today, Mr. Connard is in front of his students who ask him to return the marks as before rather than using new evaluation methods ... because their parents are lost and they no longer grant them privileges based on their performance as before!
This report was brought to us by Mr. Roch William ONDONGO, photoreporter in Congo. He wants to let us know about the challenges of education in this Central African country. We discover many peculiarities that have something to surprise us, from our North American perspective.