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News in brief - week of January 8
It's a BIG FRIDAY! Here is the return of our news of the week. It talks about the new Understanding for Learning series, an outdoor education survey, Kahoot! now in French, a collection of school crisis management practices, the FizziQ science app, and a series of great finds in super-burst! Happy reading and have a good weekend!
Student engagement, a challenge for distance education
Serge Gérin-Lajoie, professor at TÉLUQ, refers us to three ingredients necessary to get students to engage in their learning, valid for classroom teaching, but also at a distance.
After COVID-19… Reboot or Reinvent?
How can we take advantage of the experience of spring 2020 as a lever towards improving pedagogy in our schools? Consolidating and reflecting on what we have learned in order to draw lessons from it is already preparing for the next school year. The RÉCIT private education team offers you four main recommendations, drawn from its support during the COVID-19 crisis, which will allow you to improve your school's teaching practices.
A question of motivation!
Confined at home due to COVID-19, our level of motivation is more variable than ever. For some students, this search for motivation in a home school context is particularly difficult, for several internal and external reasons. Insights into the commitment of young people through this unprecedented event.
My visit to the MLab of the Musée de la civilization
During CréaCamp Quebec, Ms. Laurie participated in the MLab workshop which focused on integrating the “museum” into her teaching. She shares with you her discoveries and achievements.
Shaping the future of school with artificial intelligence
We met François Guité, career teacher, education consultant and partner at Pédagosoft, who talks to us about artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential benefits for the education community.
Hannah Wilson: female leadership in education through WomenEd Canada
The instigator of WomenEd Canada tells us about the context of the launch of the movement at uLead 2017, an international summit on leadership in education.
The “agile mentality” in education: knowing how to adapt and respond to change
What is the secret of a good leader in a school environment? Part of the answer, according to Australian speaker and researcher Simon Breakspear, is his attitude to change.
uLead17: Perspectives on Educational Leadership
Feedback on the discussion "Perspectives on Leadership" between former education ministers at the uLead17 summit, moderated by Pasi Sahlberg.
John Couch, ICT and "precision pedagogy"
Differentiating is essential. And ICT is helping to make it easier. That's what John Couch, VP, believes. education at Apple.
Adrian Piccoli: Building and maintaining trust to ensure political stability in...
In this last episode of the year, the École branchée Educational Meetings make a small foray into the world of politics. We talk to Adrian Piccoli, Minister of Education for New South Wales in Australia.
Pasi Sahlberg: Mutual assistance between teachers, a factor of success for students
Mr. Pasi Sahlberg took part in the educational reform which gave Finland its reputation. He was present at the recent uLead Educational Leadership Summit, held in Banff from April 24-27, 2016. We had the chance to meet him and discuss teamwork among teachers.
uLead: International Education Leadership Summit
From April 24-27, the 2016 International Education Leadership Summit, uLead, will be held in Banff, Alberta.
Bringing new educational trends to life in the community: A summit intended for ...
From April 24-27, 2016, the uLead Education Leadership Summit, a professional development event for principals, will be held in Banff, Alberta.
Winners of the Quebec Final of the ÉTS Inventive Engineering Challenge: a new generation of engineers...
The winners of the Québec final of the ÉTS Inventive Engineering Challenge were unveiled after a two-day competition where the 28 best teams in Québec put their prototype to the test.
An expert answers 5 questions about the use of video games in the classroom
Do Video Games Improve Learning? Are they beneficial for the social capital of the students? Where to start to use them? What challenges can we expect? What can we say to skeptical parents about their use in an educational context? A specialist answers these 5 questions.
Top 10 Favorite Apps for Teachers
2014 is coming to an end and the “tops” are in fashion! Here in turn is the “top 10” of the favorite applications of French-speaking teachers in this first half of the school year.
Professional video game player: an electrifying career!
Next February, the annual “Girls and science, an electrifying duo!” Event will take place. », Aimed at helping girls in Secondary 2 and 3 discover scientific careers. Participants will be able to learn about video games thanks to Stéphanie Harvey, 26, four-time world champion and designer at Ubisoft.
Nobel Prize Week
Like every year in October, the Nobel Prizes are awarded to people who have contributed to great changes and to the advancement of humanity, in several fields. We are in the middle of this week of unveiling.
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