“The reopening of schools is a positive development because we know that closures have serious consequences, especially in terms of increasing inequalities. It is essential that educational institutions reopen their doors in an orderly manner, in accordance with a number of preconditions, said Audrey Azoulay, Director-General of UNESCO.
The cooperative entrepreneurship project brings added value to the projects carried out in class. The approach used is based on cooperative pedagogy. This aims to learn and acquire social, intellectual and cognitive skills. It is based on cooperative values, including care, solidarity, equality and fairness.
Observation of teaching practices over the past 20 years by the OSEntreprendre team has made it possible to identify four intervention levers which, combined with one another, increase the impact on student development. We present them to you here.
In 2017, Université Laval introduced responsible entrepreneurship in its Strategic Planning, mentioning that projects with positive social or environmental benefits would henceforth be promoted and favored. What lessons can be learned from this experience for entrepreneurial education along the school continuum? This is the subject of this short article.
In order to raise public awareness and promote the inclusion of students with an average intellectual disability (IMD), the class of Mrs. Joséphine Machalani, from Polyvalente Lavigne, is involved in various entrepreneurial projects.
They come from all over Quebec, from Maria in the Gaspé to Montreal, via Saint-Georges de Beauce. Their students benefit from the fact that they are addicted to the School in a Network (ÉER). And fortunately, because in times of confinement, it is a real lifeline.
For two years, École hôtelière de Laval has been learning to become a conscious entrepreneurial community school (ECEC). The teaching team is therefore called upon to set up a pedagogy focused more on the development of the person, to ensure that each student becomes an entrepreneur of himself, equipped to build himself in all conscience.
A team of inspired stakeholders, teachers taking the posture of learner, a committed community, these are the three ingredients needed for school life to continue in St-Elzéar, in the Témiscouata region. Here is the little story of C-FIER!
As part of a series of SCOOP! on COVID-19, today we address what history can teach us about ways to cope with a pandemic. COVID-19 has been quite active for a few months and leaves its mark all around the globe. Much like the Black Death (a type of plague), the Spanish flu, SARS, the avian flu, or even Ebola, COVID-19 will also make history in its own way. Unfortunately, these diseases are responsible for millions of deaths. They also allow society to make tremendous technological progress, medical advances, and foster human growth. Have we learned from the previous epidemics? Which lessons will we draw from this very exceptional situation which is undergoing at the moment?
Conscious entrepreneurship is a learning model designed to educate for sustainable environments. In other words, to learn to act for sustainable development and the common good of human living environments. Rino Levesque, founder and leader of Entrepreneurial Education Idea, talks to us about entrepreneurial culture in schools.
Alloprof offers parents and students a new educational game aimed at maintaining skills and stimulating new learning: Alloprof course. This game offers young people the opportunity to take up educational, fun and digital challenges lasting 15 to 90 minutes.
The research in distance learning is clear: as in traditional teaching, interactions (learner-instructor, learner-content and learner-learner) remain essential. In the current context, here is how the teacher can promote them.
During the virtual workshops offered by AQUOPS to its members from April 22 to 24, a workshop allowed students to learn how the regular integration of current affairs into their teaching can promote the development of digital skills among students. students and media education. The workshop was led by our colleague Maxime Laflamme.
Many associations and organizations have spoken out publicly following the announcement of the gradual reopening of schools for preschool and elementary education students in Quebec. Read some of the press releases received by our newsroom here.
The Minister of Education and Higher Education, Mr. Jean-François Roberge, and the Minister of Families, Mr. Mathieu Lacombe, announced, together with the strategic medical advisor at the General Directorate of Public Health of Ministry of Health and Social Services, Dr Richard Massé, a gradual reopening of preschool and primary schools and educational childcare services as of May 11, in cold areas.
Some of our neighbors like Ontario or some countries like France and Israel already had plans B for online courses. In Quebec, we wondered when schools closed. Yet the Network School (EER) shows that in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, we also have tools that can work and that have been proven. Again, you have to know them.
We met Cathy Brazeau, director of pedagogical development at Collège Sainte-Anne, to talk about universal design for learning (CUA), an inclusive course planning approach that takes into account, upstream, the needs of all learners. .