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The #Édubrèves - November 15, 2022 edition

Here are your #Edubrèves. In this edition: L'École en réseau finalist for an innovation award, a self-evaluation questionnaire for the teaching profession's competency framework, the dimensions of digital competence presented in video, the Girls and Science gatherings back, the new Physical and Health Education Network, maximizing the use of the Chromebook, and much more!

The guide to using TikTok in the language classroom - 6 lesson ideas

TikTok... just another social network for our already smartphone-addicted teens. Its short and entertaining videos became immensely popular at the beginning of the pandemic, but many teachers, parents and researchers are concerned about the impact of this application on today's youth. Despite this justified skepticism, the platform can offer interesting didactic avenues, especially for adding interactivity, creativity and playful elements to lessons. 

Suicide.ca: a digital platform for the classroom

Because some teachers can be confidants for teens, the suicide.ca site, created by the Association québécoise de la prévention du suicide (AQPS), is also aimed at them by offering tools to help them detect the warning signs that something is wrong or that distress is setting in among their students.

10 practices for deploying digital in a school

Episode 3 of Season 2 of the Digital Intention podcast focuses on deploying digital technology in a school to enable the development of digital literacy in students. In this article, we present the top 10 winning practices, presented at the end of the discussion by Sylvain Duclos.

The #Édubrèves - November 8, 2022 edition

Here are your #Édubrèves. In this edition: 3,000 participants in the Journée du numérique en éducation, a digital literacy project powered by Google, new episodes of the podcast #DPcontinu, the City of Lévis wants to hear from young people, financial literacy month, ministerial responsibility in education, a website to report online fraud, advocacy for science education and much more!