Monthly Archives: January, 2019


Virtual reality at school: knowing how to overcome the wow effect

We met Alexandre Chenette, educational advisor at the RÉCIT national personal development service and facilitator at CréaCamp in Bois-Francs. He tells us about the educational potential of virtual reality.

What you publish, think about it: already thousands of young people met

The Access to Information Commission has already visited no less than 18 secondary schools in 7 regions of Quebec since the beginning of the school year, thanks to its awareness tour "What you publish, think about it"

Technopedagogy at the service of adults

The advantages of technopedagogy in education are indisputable. Whether it is to energize exercises, promote student creativity or facilitate collaboration during teamwork, the technological tools now available allow traditional teaching to explode.

A mathematical escape game in which you are the hero

Discover a new concept of educational activity imagined and developed by a mathematics teacher which is based on a program used and known to all, PowerPoint, and which combines both the popularity of escape games and that of video games.

Reassess the assessment to promote progression

We met Alexandre Audet, teacher at the Maurice-Lapointe school of CEPEO and facilitator during the CréaCamp in Casselman. He tells us about the changes he has put in place in his class in order to assess differently to help his students progress.

The RECIT Rendezvous: 3D printing

During the RÉCIT 3D printing webinar, Michel Lacasse, Pierre Lachance, Marc-André Mercier and Steve Morissette introduced participants to the concept of making objects using 3D printing and to the multiple creation possibilities. .

CACP offers a free workshop on instructional design and research

The Canadian Association of Instructional Designers (ACCP) is hosting a free bilingual instructional design and research webinar on February 19 at 11:45 am EST.

Authentic tasks: a key to engaging students

We met Cindy Turpin, educational advisor at the CSDCEO and facilitator during the CréaCamp in Casselman. She shares her advice with us for engaging students through authentic tasks.

5 reasons to use Alloprof tools

Many know Alloprof for its homework assistance service over the phone, but the organization offers several tools for primary and secondary teachers. Here is a brief overview.

What you need to know about the PAN's budgetary measures

We met André-Marc Goulet, director of educational services for young people at the Commission scolaire de la Capitale. He tells us about the PAN plan and the associated budgetary measures to promote its deployment in the field.

The RECIT Rendezvous: Digital Pedago Network

In this webinar, the advisers of RÉCIT in the field of languages presented the Réseau PédagoNumérique, a new platform that facilitates the continuing education of teachers through networking and the sharing of resources.

Sexto conference: better understanding to better act

On January 10, a conference was held in Drummondville with the aim of offering the tools necessary for the adoption of best practices as well as the prevention and the prompt and effective management of sexting situations in schools involving minors.

The Rendez-vous RÉCIT: digital combos and learning environments

How will digital combos change our classes? What changes in our way of thinking can promote the development of 21st century skills? These are the questions that the RÉCIT adult general education advisors asked during the webinar on January 15.

Hear, hear, brave patenteux: come and create in a creative Lab!

We met Chantal Larivière, pedagogical advisor in the TacTIC team at CFORP and Julie Campeau, pedagogical advisor at CEPEO, who talk to us about the potential of the creative laboratory (makerspace) to bring out students' creativity.

Call for innovative digital projects

The Musée de la civilization is launching a call for innovative digital projects for the arts, culture, education and community organizations. Submit your project before January 27 to earn a grant of up to 10,000$.

The Rendez-vous RÉCIT: identity in the digital age

During the Webinar Turnkey Website for Identity in the Digital Age, the RÉCIT team presented the Positive Identity in the Digital Age website, a tool that helps develop a sense of ethics and the critical judgment of students in a context of digital democratization.

Genetically Modified Babies: What About Ethics?

A world first took place in November 2018: the birth of two genetically modified babies. Indeed, the Chinese researcher He Jiankui announced the modification of the DNA of two twins to make them resistant to the AIDS virus. Several ethical questions have also been raised following this scientific advance.

The RECIT Rendezvous: the program

During the webinar on programming that mobilized nearly 100 people, RÉCIT advisers shared strategies, ideas and a variety of resources to start or continue integrating programming into their class.

Transform learning to better prepare students

We met Céline Drouin, director of vocational training at CFORP, who presents the vision and the services offered by her team to promote transformation, innovation and the development of global skills.

Back in the past!

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

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