Press release - The 16th annual Media Literacy Week, which will take place from October 25 to 30, is organized by MediaSmarts, the Canadian center for media education and digital literacy, in collaboration with the Canadian Teachers' Federation .
Our columnist Mrs. Prof was interested in the support needs of new teachers. In this column, she offers an overview of these needs, as well as the means that can be put in place to allow effective support.
October is Cyber Security Awareness Month. This is a great opportunity to demystify the theme in order to be able to tackle it in class with the students. As a teacher, you first have to grasp the subtleties before you can explain it. We discussed it with educational advisor Julie April, from RÉCIT.
Students are increasingly exposed to digital technology, with all the associated risks. The web is a huge and extremely stimulating source of information for learning, but it should be used with caution. Eureka Concept offers a new activity aimed at making primary school students aware of the risks of the web.
Wanted! Education sales representative (heart and soul). If you like working with teachers and school administrators, you will be happy with us. Help us grow by developing lasting relationships with the #RockStarÉDU in our schools!
You are enrolled full or part-time in a post-secondary institution in Quebec or elsewhere in Canada (regardless of the level) and you would like to devote a few hours each week to developing your professional skills in an employment situation related to technologies digital? We may have a place for you!
Thanks to the financial support of the Government of Quebec, a network of 15 webradios is in the process of being created in secondary schools in Quebec. This new project, announced in the Youth Action Plan launched last June, allows the Radio jeunesse organization to expand.
Press release - The Virtual Congress on Conscious Entrepreneurial Education (IDEA 2021), which will be held on October 27-28-29, is the only gathering in innovative entrepreneurial pedagogy open to all in Quebec.
Here are the #Édubrèves of the week. In this edition: A study on the school participation of parents, the 3rd Summit of professional development in education in Quebec, a guide on substitute teaching in high school, resources on socio-emotional learning, the digital school library makes its debut in schools from Quebec and more.
The MTL Connecte event will take place from October 12 to 17, online with a few face-to-face meetings in Montreal. This meeting of the Quebec and international digital community this year gives pride of place to education in its programming. Here's what you shouldn't miss.
In partnership with the Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ), Saguenay students and their teachers were able to immerse themselves in the institution's archives before looking to the future to imagine an ideal living environment.
Editions Nathan unveiled the results of a major survey conducted in France on coeducation. It emerges that the definition of parent-teacher co-education is not the same on both sides. Nevertheless, a consensus emerges: "We must find ways of doing things together".
With the aim of promoting the integration of the twelve dimensions of digital competence in educational activities, the team of the School in a Network (ÉER), in collaboration with the Office for the implementation of the Digital Action Plan (BMOPAN) , develops digital paths.
Reviewing the ways of evaluating is at the heart of many questions in the teaching profession. With the help of this workshop, see how to assess without taking exams. This allows more flexibility and motivates students' creativity. In addition, this results in a considerable reduction in the correction.
Learn how to follow your students in a self-employed setting, using formative assessment and online and live feedback. See also how to help your students to appropriate the quality criteria as well as to carry out a self-assessment of the portfolio.
Press release - After having thought about the school of tomorrow, the Lab-École team is proposing a new publication entitled Penser la cour de demain. This book is the result of collaboration with many experts, including children.