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Here are your #Édubrèves. In this edition: call for participation for the Youth Digital Month 2023, mobilization days for Quebec parents, recordings of the Digital Education Day, Athenian democracy in class with the AGORA pedagogical role-playing game, schools receive Antidote licenses, suggestions of podcasts to listen to, the 25th Défi OSEntreprendre, and much more!
Here are your #Édubrèves. In this edition: a new game to overcome discrimination, the new Find-a-Book platform, 70 21st century competency frameworks, Biblius is one year old, participating in a study to draw a portrait of Quebec teachers, a Michael Fullan conference in December, Quebec educational technology companies at the Francophonie Summit, meaningful friendships help prevent teenagers from dropping out, and much more.
Being a teacher is "the most beautiful job in the world", many people who practice it will tell you without hesitation. It is a demanding profession, with its share of pain, joy and unforgettable experiences. For many, it would have been impossible to choose another career path. However, and the observation is the same whether you are in Belgium or in Quebec, the profession suffers from a deep devaluation, which even drives away future candidates.
Tuktoyaktuk is an Inuvialuit hamlet located in the very north of the Northwest Territories. This village of less than 1000 inhabitants is threatened to disappear at any moment. There, in the Great North, global warming is far from being an abstract concept and it is an entire community that risks being engulfed by the next big wave. Let's take a closer look.
Here are your #Edubrèves. In this edition: celebrating French teachers, free Computer Week workshops, podcast suggestions, a report on equity in British Columbia, the aftermath of Project Wow, what if screen time was socializing, and much more!
Here are some ideas for classroom activities on the theme of Christmas. We create a quiz, discover traditions around the world, write to Santa to ask him for a book, share traditional recipes and enter into the elves' madness!
In the digital age, teachers have all kinds of opportunities to take charge of their professional development and learn on the go. In this workshop, we'll look at how social media, specifically Twitter and Facebook, offer educators the opportunity to find ideas, resources, strategies and share with colleagues from around the world!
Here are your #Edubrèves. In this edition: L'École en réseau finalist for an innovation award, a self-evaluation questionnaire for the teaching profession's competency framework, the dimensions of digital competence presented in video, the Girls and Science gatherings back, the new Physical and Health Education Network, maximizing the use of the Chromebook, and much more!
Here are your #Édubrèves. In this edition: 3,000 participants in the Journée du numérique en éducation, a digital literacy project powered by Google, new episodes of the podcast #DPcontinu, the City of Lévis wants to hear from young people, financial literacy month, ministerial responsibility in education, a website to report online fraud, advocacy for science education and much more!
On November 11, as every year, Remembrance Day ceremonies are held across Canada to commemorate the 1918 Armistice.
Here are your #Édubrèves. In this issue: It's time to sign up for Clair, the first edition of the Teacher's Night Out, digital citizenship education for preschoolers, the Unplugged Manifesto, the responsible forum, a tool to record professional development hours, the winners of the Youth Digital Literacy Awards, and more.
Here are the #Edubrèves. In this edition: It's Media Literacy Week, a new CQÉMI training, the Canadian Space Agency engages students in problem solving, launch of the registration period for the Technovation program, roll out a digital competency development plan, propose a workshop for the next AQUOPS symposium and much more!
News Release - The 17th annual Media Literacy Week begins today. It's an opportunity to shine a spotlight on digital media literacy and the importance of understanding the digital media we consume every day and how to use and interact with them.
Here are your #Édubrèves. In this edition: Education in the spotlight in an issue of the webzine du Québec en Francophonie, a MOOC on digital competence, Technovation Montréal is looking for mentors, suggestions of podcasts to listen to and events to put on your agenda, a message from Quebec's chief innovator for teachers, an electronic code of ethics and more!
Here are your #Édubrèves. In this edition: budding voters have voted, Google supports digital training for Aboriginal communities, talking about democracy and engagement in high school, a documentary on the reality of young refugees in Quebec, open registration for Digital Education Day, the Girls in Science event is back, and much more!
Press Release - The Rendez-vous des écoles francophones en réseau (REFER) is offering French-speaking teachers a new creative and fun activity to showcase the talent and creativity of their students on Instagram. Make way for instapoetry!
What better time to start a new collaboration than at the beginning of a new school year. After the difficult times linked to the pandemic, we hope with all our heart to live a year rich in projects, exchanges and human relationships! In this context, digital technology can, and must, continue to play a role in our schools. But which one?