Four Quebec-based citizen organizations are joining forces for a series of 19 citizen forums to be held across the province in the spring of 2023. Teachers are also invited to hold workshops in classrooms to give voice to students (elementary, high school, vocational and general adult education).
The LCDF Challenge launched by Le code des filles, is a call for the mobilization of teachers and students from schools in Quebec City, Levis, Montreal, Laval and Longueuil, so that together, they maximize the hours of digital education in class, between February 1 and 28, 2023.
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Here are your #Edubrèves. In this edition: the next Teacher's Night Out, Ontario modernizes its computer science curriculum, several resources to counter misinformation by training young people, a game to raise awareness about cognitive biases, diagnosing autism with a serious mixed reality game, artificial intelligence to support students, a program to help young people develop mediation skills, understanding algorithms, advocating for technological thinking in schools and much more!
In this third episode of the From Nuance to Education podcast, Marc-André Girard discusses a subject that is both essential and little known: the importance of the bond of trust between the principal and the teaching staff of a school. How important is it to the daily operations of the school? How can principals build this relationship and, more importantly, maintain it?
In spring 2022, unconference (edcamp-style) events on facilitating learning in makerspaces, Fab Labs, and creative labs were held virtually. Over 80 people actively contributed to the discussions. A practical guide, summarizing the exchanges and offering keys to anyone who wants to create a creative lab, has just been made public. The PDF version is available exclusively on the École branchée website.