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Math: much more concrete with visual tools

World - Everyone who uses technological applications in mathematics agrees that they make completely abstract concepts more concrete, making it easier for students to understand. Nevertheless, it's always interesting to read scientific research reports that prove it!

Mirabelle, the new version of Sugar on a Stick

World - Sugar Labs has just launched the third version of Sugar on a Stick, its educational system for children.

1st school district composed entirely of community schools

New Brunswick - The 20 schools in School District 5, L'Étoile du Nord, are now all recognized by the New Brunswick Department of Education as community schools.

Explore Old Quebec in an interactive way

Quebec - Elementary and high school students can now explore urban heritage thanks to the GéoRallye Vieux-Québec Intra-Muros.

Interview with Benoît Duguay: To be connected… or not to be?

Internet, cell phones, video game consoles, BlackBerry: new technologies are changing our lives. But how far can they take us? To hyperconsumption? To the multiplication of our "friendships"? Abandoning our privacy? Professor at the School of Management Sciences at the University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM), Benoît Duguay studies the practices and phenomena related to consumption. In November 20009, he published the third volume of a trilogy on the subject: Consumption and new technologies: In the hyper world, with Liber editions.