“A numerical note does not say anything about a person's strengths and weaknesses and does not indicate how to support them in their learning. »A look back at the workshops of the GRMS congress which questioned the traditional evaluation!
More than 300 teachers, school administrators and professionals from the world of education from six Canadian provinces and five countries gathered Thursday and Friday in Lévis for the second edition of the Fall Congress on Conscious Entrepreneurial Education.
With an increasing workload, teachers are looking for ways to reduce the number of tasks and make them more efficient. Feedback is a wonderful tool for making the most of your time and better understanding your students.
On the occasion of ADHD Awareness Month, the Jasmin Roy Sophie Desmarais Foundation is launching educational capsules as well as a guide to help parents and teachers explain this disorder and intervene with children struggling with ADHD.
Even though they are not yet of voting age, more than one million elementary and secondary school students will have the opportunity to vote for a local candidate in the 2019 federal election, from 15 to October 18.
During the last CréaCamp, the workshop in which I participated allowed me to develop a more current and adapted vision of evaluation, which must be at the service of learning and not the other way around.
This conference addresses the theme of the human being and aims to enrich reflection on the actions that can be taken in schools in the face of issues of mental health, anxiety among young people, work-life balance and professional development.