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Monthly Archives: March, 2019

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Making a difference in the teaching profession

We discuss professional integration, support for teachers and well-being with Eryka Desrosiers, teacher of English and Spanish at Collège Champagneur and author of the book "Diary of a new teacher, from university to university. classroom ”.
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So that each student finds his rightful place

In this audio interview, Marc-André Girard discusses with Catherine Lapointe educational projects, openness to the community and educational technologies put at the service of the development of children.

The Rendez-vous RÉCIT: creative applications with the touchscreen tablet

Lynda O'Connell and Isabelle Therrien presented the Workshop Creative applications with the touch pad (iPad). Aimed more at preschool and first cycle elementary school teachers, this workshop enabled the discovery of applications to promote creativity in students.

The triple bottom line: the new business model in education

Classcraft, an award-winning motivation management system for schools, today announces that it has officially received B Corp certification. In order to be granted this certification, a company must comply with strict standards in terms of social and environmental impact, as well as its transparency and responsibility.
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Be the best possible version of yourself to teach

During the last CréaCamp in Montreal, we met Valérie Cadieux who shares with us the challenges and successes she experiences as a teacher and who pushes her to become the best possible version of herself.

The Rendez-vous RÉCIT: digital cartography in geography

The webinar hosted by Steve Quirion of the National Social Story Service is the first in the RÉCIT Virtual Rendezvous series where the students themselves presented their project in the form of a workshop.

The Girls' Code: an awareness day organized by and for girls!

On April 6 in Quebec City will be held the day "The code of the girls" (LCDF). Organized by girls aged 14-15, it wants to encourage them to consider digital professions.

The Rendez-vous RÉCIT: the Code MTL project at the CSDM

Pascale-Dominique Chaurez, ICT educational advisor at the Commission scolaire de Montréal (CSDM), presented the Code MTL project, which has now been going on for two years with 6,480 students, 270 teachers and 95 primary schools of the CSDM.

2nd edition of the “Connected parents, smart family” day

After the success of its first edition, the Juvénat Notre-Dame is offering all families a second edition of the “Connected parents, smart family” day which will take place on Saturday April 13 from 9 am to 4:30 pm.
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"Believe that they will grow": teaching in the reception class

We met Dang Truong, host class teacher, who talks about educational differentiation, technology, patience and resilience, powerful levers for supporting children in their linguistic, social and educational integration.

The Rendez-vous du RÉCIT: creative labs

As part of a RÉCIT webinar on creative laboratories, various stakeholders in the education sector introduced their laboratory in addition to demonstrating the concrete application of technological tools. 

AI arrives at Collège Sainte-Anne with the creation of a virtual teaching assistant

The Collège Sainte-Anne is launching a project to create a virtual assistant-teacher which will be led by teacher David Levan and his collaborators.

The Rendez-vous RÉCIT: citizens in the making in the digital age

During the Citizen in the Making webinar, the team from the RÉCIT national personal development service proposed a process of reflection around the paradigm shift to be experienced in education compared to digital technology.

The Rendez-vous RÉCIT: where are we with the robots?

“Where are we with our robots? ". This RÉCIT meeting was meant to be a time out to take stock of the first year of the Digital Action Plan in connection with the deployment of programming and robotics in Quebec schools.

The Collégial international Ste-Anne has a collaborative classroom

The Collégial international Sainte-Anne (CiSA) inaugurated a collaborative classroom offering a variety of workspaces: a “campfire” area for discussions, writing surfaces, projectors, large work tables and removable furniture.

The Rendez-vous RÉCIT of March 19

On March 19, the third virtual Rendez-vous du RÉCIT was held. 6 free workshops were offered online in order to introduce educational actors to various themes related to the NAP. The École branchée introduces you to the key elements of each workshop.

Which CréaCamp will you choose for spring?

This spring, the École branchée offers 4 more editions of its CréaCamp… and there is something for everyone! In order to choose the right professional development activity for you, here is an overview of the themes that will be offered.

On March 20, I'm posting my Francophonie… naturally!

ACELF's #jesuisfranco event aims to mark the International Day of La Francophonie. Francophones are invited to “make noise” on social networks to proudly display their Francophonie.

The AQEP is organizing a symposium on ICT in primary education on March 30

In all, 14 workshops are offered to discover different digital resources.

The program of the Digital Summit is online #sommet19

The organizers of the 7th Digital Education Summit remind us that the full program is now online.

Back in the past!

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

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