Here are inspiring interviews with school stakeholders from here and elsewhere. They take different forms, including podcasting and video.
They aim to highlight teachers, educational advisers, members of management staff, professionals and other innovative players. You will discover their background, their projects, their advice and their ideals. Good listening!
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a philosophy of teaching that presupposes the inclusion of all students and aims to meet the needs of each, by first thinking about the barriers that courses may present and the ways to mitigate them.
An integrated school-family-partner approach to equip and support young people with learning disabilities is a success factor, according to the experience of Michaël St-Onge-Marceau and Sabrina Boisclair, of the Educational Boutique.
Support the development and enrichment of the vocabulary of all its students without having to adapt for those with a learning disability: it is possible, according to Madeleine Fauteux and Pascale Campeau, and it is even beneficial for the teacher (e). Focus on Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
Flexible classroom layout is a trend that is increasingly being seen in schools. To talk about it, we met two specialists in the issue, Geneviève Marcoux and Isabelle Patenaude, who provide their advice.
Marie-Claude Bernard, technician in nutrition and food management at the Pavillon du Millénaire (CS des Rives-du-Saguenay), presents the workshops and projects aimed at educating young people in healthy lifestyles.