Monthly Archives: August, 2019

ISTE 2020: Call for proposals now open!

Time to share your teaching with technology experience! Why not become a presenter at one of the largest edtech conference? ISTE 2020 will be held in Anaheim, California.

Educational leadership camp: Feedback on my professional and personal learning

From August 13 to 15, the EDU squad team presented its first Educational Leadership Camp. Our colleague Stéphanie was on site to interview participants. She has agreed to share her own inspiring learnings here.

Guiding students towards success: the mission of an entire community

We met Joey Nadeau, teacher at the Haut-Madawaska Learning Center, who shares with us his educational vision and his pride in being part of the educational community of Clair, which hosted last January the tenth edition of its annual CLAIR Voir l 'conference. education otherwise.

“This cohort is going to give us headaches! "

"Are you looking forward to the start of the school year? " " Not really. When the reputation of a cohort undermines the motivation of an experienced teacher ... How can you afford the chance to see for yourself! True story.

The first digital co-creation space in the South-West of Montreal organizes its open days

Grandir Sans Frontières invites the public to discover its activities as part of open days which will be held from September 3 to 14.

It's time to propose communications for the REFAD workshops, season 2019-2020

REFAD is looking for potential facilitators for workshops related to distance learning for secondary and post-secondary teachers, in particular. All the info here!

Discover Commons Sense's Teachers' Essential Guide to Google Classroom

Common Sense offers a guide to Google Classroom and how to use it with students.

Empower children to act

On the occasion of the first Fall Congress on Conscious Entrepreneurship, we met Sophie Nadeau-Tremblay, elementary school teacher, resource teacher for École en Réseau and educational advisor for Idée Éducation Entrepreneuriale. She shares with us her passion for children's literature and conscious entrepreneurship.

Educational flexibility to promote the success of allophone students in mathematics

In this text, we will draw a portrait of allophone students in mathematics in order to fully understand the difficulties they may encounter and we will suggest means of flexibility to be implemented in the classroom according to the needs observed.

Create, explore, invent ... the makerspace at the service of the community

We discuss the maker approach and social innovation with Ann-Louise Davidson, professor in educational technologies and holder of the research chair in maker culture at Concordia University.

Discover our new programming of CréaCamps

This fall, the École branchée is offering 4 editions of its CréaCamp in several regions of Quebec. In order to choose the edition that suits you, here is an overview of the ever-varied themes that will be offered.

Parents' perspective: experience educational innovation

We met Marie-Josée Douville who shares with us her perspective as a mother faced with changes in teaching and assessment practices in her daughter's Secondary II class at Séminaire Saint-François.

The SPHQ invites you to the launch of a historical digital comic book and the program of its 57th congress

The SPHQ invites you to the launch of a historical digital comic book and the program of its 57th convention on August 29 in Trois-Rivières.

The Lab-École officially announces the launch of its architecture competition

The Lab-École team officially announces the launch of its architecture competition. This competition will see the birth of the first Quebec Lab-École projects.

School trips: online directory for the theatrical season

THE 2019.2020 THEATRICAL SEASON AT A GLANCE | 25th EDITION. See the theater offer for schools online! A tool for teachers who organize outings to the theater.

Detective on a mission: an educational video game on children's rights

On the occasion of its 25th anniversary, the International Bureau for Children's Rights has embarked on an innovative project: the creation of a video game to educate girls and boys in Canada and elsewhere on their universal and fundamental rights. .

The call for papers for the 8th Digital Education Summit is launched

The 8th Digital Education Summit will be held on April 30 and May 1, 2020 in Montreal. It's time to propose a communication or a workshop!

Design collaborative assessment tools

We discuss evaluation, collaboration and knowledge mobilization with Emilie Carosin from the Institute of School Administration of the University of Mons (Belgium).

Enriching the traditional practice of plastic arts with digital technology

Today we are discussing the added value of the tactile tablet in the teaching of visual arts with David Cohen, digital mediator at the Canopé creation and educational support network (France).

Change of educational model… at the University!

We discuss innovative pedagogy in the university environment with Iannis Aliferis, physicist and teacher-researcher at Polytech Nice Sophia.

Back in the past!

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

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