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Monthly Archives: September, 2018

Awaken children to science and technology thanks to ESTIME

The ESTIME project aims to equip students in the Early Childhood Education program so that they are able to awaken children to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), while increasing self-esteem.

Social diversity: beyond M and F, the evolving genre

Gone is the duality "man or woman". Nova Scotians, like many other Canadians, should soon be able to have an "X" designation instead of "male" or "female" on their birth certificates.

A citizenship that no longer has borders

During the AQUOPS conference, we met Benoit Petit, educational advisor at the RÉCIT national du développement de la personne at the Commission scolaire de St-Hyacinthe, who talks to us about citizenship in the digital age.

Call for papers for the REFAD 2019 Symposium

REFAD is looking for presenters for its annual conference, which will be held on May 23 and 24, 2019 in Montreal, and which aims to highlight the best practices of speakers while promoting exchanges, partnerships and networking.

Phonological awareness in a multilingual context

Following her participation in the annual international conference on learning disabilities, our author Julie shares with you the essentials of the workshop on phonological awareness in a multilingual context.

Boosting mathematics to give young people confidence

On the occasion of the 6th Digital Education Summit which took place on May 3 and 4, 2018 in Montreal, we met Pierre Florek, math teacher at the Collège Pierre-de-Ronsard, in Poitiers (France), who talks to us about interactivity with the iPad.

Invitation to the 56th SPHQ convention

The SPHQ invites teachers, educational advisers, university students and teaching specialists to its congress which will take place on October 18 and 19, 2018 in Quebec City. Two days devoted to the continuous training of history teachers.

Adult Dose Tour: talk about orientation with the Academos team!

Academos, the one and only social network for guidance that connects thousands of young people aged 14 to 30 with the reality of the job market, is launching its Adult Dose competition for the second year in a row.

Job offer of École branchée: Specialist in technopedagogy

Fancy a new challenge this year? We are looking for a specialist in digital education with contagious enthusiasm, who loves writing, networking, leading workshops and training!

On September 20, everyone reads science!

September 20 will be the second National I Read Science Day! ". Across the country, classes, youth and adults are invited to discover science through reading.

Using the tools to help students with a learning disability

Following an interview with the Scientific Director and the Director of Projects and Continuing Education at the Institute for Learning Disabilities, Julie presents the range of services specifically aimed at schools.

An invitation to celebrate culture and words!

As part of the 22nd Journées de la culture, students from Quebec and the Canadian Francophonie are invited to celebrate their love of words, the French language and culture! Two free turnkey activities accompanied by complete educational kits are available to teachers and students.

The major issues of the 2018 provincial elections

On October 1, 2018, Quebec voters will choose their next government. Here is our educational guide filled with ideas on the subject!

Professionals in digital education to participate in the TECH 2018 conference

LOJIQ wishes to support the participation of two professionals in digital education at the UNESCO Conference on Digital Education for the Construction of Peace and a Sustainable Society, from November 15 to 17, 2018 in India.

Funding for youth environmental initiatives

Do the decisive environmental challenges of our time appeal to you? As an educator, do you want to help raise awareness and take action on climate change? 

Denny, child of two distinct hominid species

DNA analysis of a bone fragment recently discovered in a Siberian cave shows that it came from a child from two distinct species of modern human ancestors: Neanderthals and Neanderthals. Denisovian.

The escape game: a new educational trend!

On the occasion of the AQUOPS conference which was held from March 27 to 29, 2018, we met Julie Chandonnet, teacher at Saint-Denys-Garneau school, who talks to us about the objectives and educational benefits of the games of escape to class.

Academos launches an incubator for innovative career guidance projects

Academos, the benchmark in mentoring for young people in Quebec, is proud to announce the creation of its incubator of innovative projects to reinvent the way to support young people in their career choice.

The services of the Intitut TA: an offer for each of the players

Following an interview with the Scientific Director and the Director of Projects and Continuing Education at the Institute for Learning Disorders, Julie presents the range of services for each of the actors working with a young person with a disability. learning.

Free tickets to explore the Canadian Francophonie

The ACELF invites classes or groups of students to apply to participate in the Francophone Exchanges. Real opportunities for opening up to the Francophonie, these exchanges allow young people to live a unique identity experience!

Back in the past!

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

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