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Artificial Intelligence in Education: A reflection by Marcel Labelle

Marcel Labelle is one of the founders of the Association québécoise des utilisateurs d'outils technologiques à des fins pédagogiques et sociales (AQUOPS). He has come out of retirement to "bring the comments of an old fool on the issue of artificial intelligence (AI) in education". He says it is worthwhile to look at this new concept. We need to talk about it, we need to explore it further. This is the purpose of his comments, which we present to you.

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For the past two years, Guillaume Prairie and Louis-Philippe Duchesne, 6th grade teachers at École de l'Envol (CSS des Navigateurs), have been integrating Minecraft Education Edition into their teaching of mathematics and the social universe in order to make learning more fun. Here is their testimony.

Online design made easy for everyone

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GIS for learning anchored in the environment

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