Professors and researchers at the Department of Social and Public Communication at the University of Quebec in Montreal have taken an interest in "Zoom fatigue". In this text, they propose to take a moment to understand why it is more difficult to communicate online on these platforms than in person.
École branchée has leafed through (digitally) for you the 2023-2024 budget for Quebec tabled yesterday by the Minister of Finance, Éric Girard. Here is what we found that mainly concerns education and digital.
Here are your #Edubrèves. In this edition: the Literacy Foundation's socio-financing campaign, Quebec literature on Wikipedia, books available in public libraries, a site on teenage mental health, artificial intelligence in the classroom, a course on citizenship in the digital age, the interesting but still little-known meta-verse, discovering students in Montreal's foster classes, a serious e-sports competition and much more!
The introduction of a new technology usually raises very clear-cut reactions, between enthusiastic welcomes and stubborn reticence. Artificial intelligence (AI) is no exception to the rule and raises dilemmas. What if we asked ourselves: "how can we integrate AI into our school curricula to better accompany each learner towards his or her own excellence" rather than banishing it from the educational system?