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A guide to getting started with e-sports in schools

The purpose of this file is to present an overview of the world of e-sports in Quebec and Canada (with a small incursion elsewhere in the world), while offering advice and pitfalls to avoid before setting up an e-sports program in a high school.
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Media Production: When students express themselves in words, sounds and images!

Journalistic articles, audio recordings, video shootings, commercials, teachers have been producing media productions with their students for a long time. With this dossier, École branchée wishes to provide you with guides and tools that will allow you to carry out these types of projects with your students.

6 Things You Should Know about Evidence of Learning

One of the best ways to demonstrate students' progress is to collect evidence of learning. This helps the teacher verify that objectives have been met and to obtain an overview of the skills and abilities developed over time. The more varied and voluminous the evidence, the more accurate this portrait will be.

Nova Scotia's Virtual Francophone School: Evidence of Learning as a Basis for Evaluation

The Conseil scolaire acadien provincial (CSAP) is comprised of 22 French-language schools in Nova Scotia and has been providing virtual learning opportunities to students since 2012. The Virtual School makes it possible to provide more course choices to CSAP students in grades 11 and 12. Students at the Virtual School set their own academic path and progress independently through the course content. Teachers periodically collect evidence of learning through triangulation to ensure that course objectives are accomplished. This article examines the thinking behind the teaching and learning practices leveraged at the CSAP Virtual School.

Collecting Evidence of Learning

Whether in elementary or secondary classrooms, today's curricula are far too complex to assess using products only. A case in point comes from students in a third-grade classroom in Manitoba.