Currently the hottest planet in the solar system with 450 degrees Celsius and rains of sulfuric acid, Venus is hardly synonymous with hospitality. Yet until 715 million years ago, scientists argued that Earth's neighboring planet could have been habitable, with mild temperatures and several bodies of water. A look at what sets the eight planets in our solar system apart.
The ACELF will be holding its 72nd Congress in Ottawa from October 3 to 5 around the theme New world, new horizons - Inspiring young people with innovative approaches. The École branchée will be there to lead a workshop.
Today, let's be proud of our young people. “Failing to have done what was necessary to preserve climate balance, we provided them with the right tools to take their place in a world where adults sometimes take up all the space. "
The center of the digital frame of reference diagram is occupied by the digital citizen who acts ethically. Here are some ideas for behaviors to adopt to help our students become the ethically digital citizens we want them to become.
In the field of educational sciences, innovation is reflected either in new production or in the improvement of certain teaching methods. More than ever before, open educational resources are contributing to educational innovation.
Tuktoyaktuk is an Inuit hamlet located completely in the north of the Northwest Territories. This village of less than 1000 inhabitants is threatened with disappearance at any moment. There, in the Far North, global warming is far from an abstract concept (as some still say) and an entire community is in danger of being engulfed by the next big wave.
Idea Entrepreneurial Education, in collaboration with Laval University, will hold its annual International Fall Congress on October 24 and 25 at the Lévis Convention and Exhibition Center under the theme "Self-enterprise at the heart of educational innovation. ".
Jean-Philippe Payer is a social universe teacher at the Odyssée high school. He has just been recognized by the Ken Spencer Prize for Innovation in Teaching for his 3D augmented reality and virtual reality classroom-museum project.
Measuring ten meters and weighing 250 kilograms, a new species of pterosaur, a huge flying reptile that lived during the Cretaceous Period, has been identified in Alberta by a team of paleontologists. Zoom in on the Cryodrakon boreas so that elementary school students can discover all of its characteristics.
On August 16, the CréaCamp Ottawa was held in an original place to say the least: a sugar shack! About thirty education professionals gathered at the Muséoparc de Vanier to explore, discover, reflect on and develop new educational approaches.