The Edteq Association held a conference on Wednesday, October 5 on the ethical aspect of artificial intelligence in education. The conference was moderated by Carolanne Tremblay, director of the techno-pedagogical sector of the Dalia platform at Optania and Simon Collin, professor at the Faculty of Education of the Université du Québec à Montréal, holder of the Canada Research Chair on Digital Equity in Education and researcher at the Centre de recherche interuniversitaire sur la formation et la pratique enseignante. Here is a summary.
Again this year, as part of Computer Science Education Week, the École branchée team will be offering a series of free training activities focused on teaching programming, both in person and virtually. Here is the schedule and registration links!
The RÉCIT Joint and Collaborative Training (JCT) was held from October 4 to 6 in Rivière-du-Loup. More than two hundred people attended in person and a hundred or so by distance learning to learn about the fifty or so themes presented. The FCC is the annual event of the fall season that allows the resource persons of RÉCIT to network and learn.
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!
As a teacher, between 2018 and 2021, our faculty advisor Laurie Couture had participated in seven editions of the School's CréaCamp trainings branch in attendance. On October 28, she experienced her first CréaCamp as a facilitator. Here is a brief and humble overview of her impressions.