Monthly Archives: April, 2021

Testimonial: Stepping out of the box to evaluate differently

Annie Guay, teacher and educational leader at L'Accueil de Scott school, shares with us the results of an approach that has led to the implementation of new assessment practices in her community.

Hypertrucage: From disinformation to hyperpersonalization

Hyper-trick, also known as deepfake, is a form of trick that is gaining traction on social media. We offer you an overview of the phenomenon as well as some resources to discuss it in class with your students.

The new features of Prezi Video (Replay)

Find out how to embed a Prezi presentation right on your screen when sharing to your class or group of teachers. This hour will be an opportunity to revisit this well-known tool and see its full potential in order to make your virtual animations more interactive and visual.

Distance learning: Co-educating is when school and family communicate two-way

As online teaching and learning continues for longer than expected, it is important to remember the importance of knowing how to communicate your observations in order to make the necessary adjustments for student well-being and success.

A podcast in which young people express what they like and dislike about distance education

Julie Belisle, teacher, and Sylvie Perron, educational advisor at École Le Sommet (First Seigneuries School Service Center) recently posted a podcast. Beyond the project itself, it is the content of the sound recording that commands attention.

Alloprof: an increasingly collaborative platform

Over the past year, the Alloprof homework assistance service has been in demand more than ever by primary and secondary students. Various additions have been made to the platform and more are to come.

5 things to consider to boost your work plan

The pursuit of online teaching and learning requires adaptations. How and what to adapt in his work plan to keep his teaching effective while keeping the motivation of the students?

35 years ago, Chernobyl

35 years ago, Reactor 4 at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant exploded and caused what would become the largest nuclear disaster in history.

Differentiate to take advantage of diversity in the classroom, using digital technology (or not!)

In this dossier, the École branchée and Carrefour education wish to shed light on what educational differentiation is and should be. We want to provide ideas (choice of interventions and digital tools) so that the concept finally materializes in our schools.

#EB25ans - And that's how the first CréaCamp was born!

To mark our 25 years of activity, Maxime Pelchat tells us how the CréaCamp formula was designed and how this approach has been able to adapt over the past year.

New virtual environments for socializing

David Croteau, music teacher at the distance education services of the Center de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM), gave us a guided tour of the Gather.town virtual environment that he uses with his elementary students.

Les #Édubrèves - Super Expo-Sciences and other events

What are you doing this weekend? Take a few minutes to encourage the young people who participate in the Quebec final of the Super Expo-Sciences Hydro-Quebec. Then plan your next week with our multiple proposals for activities and events for you and your students. Here are your #Édubrèves!

A successful digital shift for two teachers

Anik Bédard and Sonia Lottinville, two grade 5 teachers at Saint-Charles school in Drummondville, tell how they carried out a digital transformation of their teaching practices.

What is a feminicide?

Because abusive behavior towards women begins in adolescence, action must now be taken to prevent violence in romantic relationships and fight against gender inequalities.

Doing science lab at home: possible and easy! (Replay)

Find out how to provide lab exercises at home. Using the equipment available at home, clear instructions and appropriate supervision, students with science on the schedule can create awesome and meaningful laboratories for their course.

Managing emotions through literature (Replay)

Learn how to optimize the use of literature related to emotional management. Through stories, people experience things that we can take back to help children verbalize, experience and understand the emotions that reside in them.

Seeking, finding and organizing information ... learning that takes place through the school library

The Association for the Promotion of School Documentary Services (APSDS) has also just published a continuum for the development of information skills. This follows on from the publication of the Digital Competence Reference Framework.

Pedagogical continuity and parental involvement for motivated students

Advertorial | Several digital educational resources (NERs) allow the involvement of parents in online learning. Here are a few examples from www.areneducation.ca.

Flexible planning pedagogy: Pedagogy above all else

When approaching the topic of flexible design pedagogy, attention quickly turns to furniture and structures that stand out from a classic classroom setting. However, the most important remains the pedagogy.

The 5 keys to active pedagogy

To dare active pedagogy, even from a distance, Maxime Laflamme, pedagogical advisor at École branchée, invites you to discover the 5 keys which allow students to be supported in their pedagogical activation.

Back in the past!

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

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