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.
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.
"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.
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.
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.
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.
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. .