Quebec is one of the world leaders in technology, especially in artificial intelligence. Young people may have heard this statement before. However, they probably don't see the possibilities that are available to them when it comes to making a career choice. A web series now demystifies the world of artificial intelligence for them.
In Quebec, the Secondary IV history course is "a big year", as teachers of this sanctioned discipline often say. In this context, how can we rethink the teaching of this course in order to better engage students in their learning, while ensuring that the annual objectives are met? Two projects along these lines were presented at the 2022 Acfas Congress.
Teenagers are social beings. However, all socialization spaces in Quebec were closed in the spring of 2020 at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. There was no longer any opportunity for physical contact. Nina Duque, a lecturer at the Université du Québec à Montréal, took an interest in the daily lives of Quebec teens during this troubled period.
Happy Tuesday! Here are the #Edubrèves of the week. In this edition: the Youth Digital Literacy Recognition Award, two new master's degrees in teaching, teachers wanted for a study on classroom management, fun activities to counter the summer slide, an interactive guide to make a business project in a school a reality, registration is open for the Virtual Congress on Conscious Entrepreneurial Education (IDEA 2022) and much more!
If, today, we talk more than ever about media literacy, it is not by chance. Indeed, we live in an era where we are immersed in an unprecedented flow of information all day long. While some information is more truthful than others, recognizing the right information is not easy and requires a certain amount of media literacy. During the Press and Media Week, the subject was the subject of a panel discussion.