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Monthly Archives: October, 2018

When eSports invite themselves to the big table

The day when we will see electronic sports landed at the Olympic Games may not be that far away ... An educational guide on a global trend that fascinates millions of young people: eSport. You don't want to miss this!

An entrepreneurial project to rekindle the scientific flame

On the occasion of the CréaCamp on May 17 in Valcartier, we met Pierre-Olivier Cloutier and his secondary 5 students from Mont-Saint-Sacrement school who spoke to us about their entrepreneurial outdoor classroom project focusing on collaboration and interdisciplinarity.

Educators Without Borders wanted for a project in Nunavik

The Paul Gérin-Lajoie Foundation is looking for two Educators Without Borders for a pilot project in the communities of Salluit and Kangiqsujuaq aimed at reducing class closures and training local substitutes and extracurricular animators.

Express their educational creativity, each in their own way

On October 5, the Va au-après! Symposium was held for the first time, an initiative of the FEEP wishing to highlight the creative character that everyone working in the field of education should assume.

AQUOPS 2019: Call for workshops

Inspired? It is with excitement that AQUOPS awaits your workshop proposals. These can be submitted as of November 1, 2018.

Promoting digital cultural content in schools

During the Network School Transfer Session, Marie-Claude Larouche presented her research and development focusing on collaboration between cultural organizations and schools in order to co-create digital cultural content for teachers.

#OBJECTIF2050 or how to fight against the invasion of plastic

Over 150 million tonnes of plastic waste pollutes our oceans. If there are no radical changes in the way we consume, the oceans will contain more plastic than fish by 2050. #OBJECTIF2050

Symposium “Go beyond! »: Creativity invites itself in kindergarten and elementary school

The conference “Go beyond! »Brought together more than 300 teachers, educators and school administrators from private preschools and primary schools in the Quebec region with the objective of stimulating reflection and encouraging creativity.

In Dominic Guay's class: virtual reality to engage students

The École branchée had the chance to visit the class of Mr. Dominic, a 5th year teacher at the École des Pionniers (CS des Découvreurs), during oral presentations in virtual reality made by his students using Google Expeditions. .

A tornado in the national capital region

Last September, an astonishing force 3 tornado traveled nearly 70 km in Ontario and around Gatineau. Here are some ideas for activities related to this devastating natural phenomenon.

RemixEd: a non-conference for and by teachers

RemixEd is a free non-conference for teachers, teachers-in-training, administrators, education professionals and anyone interested in teaching that will take place at Concordia University in Montreal on Saturday, October 27, 2018.

Learn whole school programming

How to equip them so that they can flourish within the current technological revolution, and even contribute positively to it? It is to answer these questions that the Dollard-des-Ormeaux school imagined the DDO Loops into coding project.

These extraordinary young people to support in a school context

HP, HPI, gifted, gifted and precocious are all terms that can be used to describe people who have high potential. Presented in the context of the International Congress on Learning Disabilities, this article discusses the subject of giftedness and the characteristics of gifted youth.

The inclusive approach: so that every student can succeed

On the occasion of the 6th Digital Education Summit, we met Christian Leblanc, pedagogical director at Collège Durocher-Saint-Lambert, who talks to us about the inclusive approach through the universal design of learning as well as the Cooperathon.

The Ocean School: an innovative, interactive and immersive tool

The Ocean School, a new learning experience that transforms the way we learn about the ocean, interact with it and get involved in its preservation, will be launched on Thursday, October 4.

Quebec elections: new government, new issues

The Coalition Avenir Québec conquered Quebec with a firm majority in the elections of October 1, 2018. What does this mean for Quebec education?

REFAD development workshops for fall 2018

For the end of 2018, REFAD is offering four distance education improvement workshops. These workshops are intended for secondary and post-secondary teachers, administrators and resource persons.

Evaluate differently to evolve freely

On the occasion of the CréaCamp on May 17 in Valcartier, we met Catherine Michaud, teacher at Collège Saint-Bernard and facilitator of the theme on evaluation, who shares strategies to develop autonomy in her students and put an end to correction at home.

What will your students experience and learn this year?

What will your students learn today? Let Canada's Capital Region wow them! Take advantage of the free services to plan your school trip.

Back in the past!

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

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