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With the return to class of high school students on Monday - What do we remember from this year?

Press release - Launch of our new edition of the magazine entitled “The necessary adaptations of teaching and assessment”.

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COMMUNICATED - The necessary adaptations of teaching and assessment to avoid going back to teaching "before".

QUEBEC, March 26, 2021 - It is the last straight line before the end of a second school year in times of pandemic. Education in the digital age continues to evolve at a speed unthinkable without the current context.

We have seen that despite everything, online learning can support existing learning when we go beyond the stage of “emergency” teaching. This is why École branchée is launching today the spring edition of its magazine, which looks at the last year and reviews the necessary adaptations of teaching and assessment.  

“Distance teaching does not date from March 2020. However, this mode was more rarely applied to elementary and secondary schools. Despite the immense challenges, we have seen that together, we can accomplish great things when we put the good of our young people first. Now, the danger would be to return as before the pandemic ”, estimates the editor of the École branchée, Audrey Miller. 

This new edition of the magazine is available to subscribers and for purchase on this site in the section Magazine / Shop.

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