Alloprof launches videos for learning math and science

Don't waste your time, go to YouTube! Each video created by Alloprof explains in a fun way and in less than 4 minutes a key notion of learning.

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Don't waste your time, go to YouTube!

SAGUENAY, QC, April 24, 2017 / CNW Telbec / - Alloprof took advantage of the 1st anniversary of the Alloprof Center in Sciences - Rio Tinto - Saguenay, inaugurated last year by the Prime Minister Philippe Couillard, to unveil new educational tools adapted to students' tastes.

Video is at the heart of Alloprof's strategy, which aims to produce 500 capsules by 2020. Each video, created by Alloprof teachers, fulfills the promise of explaining in a clear, fun way and in less than 4 minutes a key notion of learning in science, mathematics, French or any other subject.

“To reach and encourage more and more young people to get involved in their academic success, Alloprof aims to develop lively and dynamic tools, just like the students they are intended for! ", Explain Sandrine Faust, CEO of the organization, specifying that before this launch, Alloprof already had more than 4 million views on its YouTube channel. “Why do young people love videos so much? Because they can literally put the teacher on break and have him repeat at will! ", welcomes Mrs. Faust.

The Alloprof Science Center - Rio Tinto - Saguenay
As it blows out its first candle, the Science Center employs 15 specialist teachers from the region. Many are at the start of their careers and their work at Alloprof helps them stay in the profession. They find there a stimulating environment which trains them in the use of educational technologies. In one year, the Saguenay team has already contributed to some 3.7 million student support in science subjects.

“For Rio Tinto, the pursuit of science studies is important, because we need a qualified workforce to take over in our facilities,” said Frédéric Laroche, director of the Arvida research and development center, by Rio Tinto. “As a scientist by training, I can only applaud this initiative and encourage young boys and girls to take an interest in science and ultimately to make a career out of it. By calling Alloprof or by consulting their website, it is certain that many students will be hooked on science! », He concludes.

The Alloprof Science Center is jointly funded by the Ministry of Education, Recreation and Sport and Rio Tinto. Alloprof also wishes to thank the NovaScience program of the Ministry of the Economy, Science and Innovation for its support in the production of educational science content.

About Alloprof
Alloprof engages Quebec students in academic perseverance and success by offering them free, innovative and stimulating support services.

New videos: alloprof.qc.ca/video

 

 

SOURCE Federation of Quebec School Boards

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