Information has never circulated so quickly. As the means of communication multiply, we are literally submerged by a constant flow of news. Sorting through all the information that reaches us, distinguishing truth from falsehood, opinion from fact, identifying the best sources... it can be quite a challenge.
This is where information skills come in. In this dossier, we present them to you in order to help you better (re)understand them.
Although computer programming is increasingly being taught, there is no consensus on how best to teach it. One thing is certain: it represents a way to develop many dimensions of digital competence, such as content production, problem solving, communication, creativity and innovation.
When it comes to computer programming, robotics is never far away. Indeed, since programming can seem abstract when it is presented only on a screen, robotics physically concretizes the learnings made in programming. Here are some tips to help integrate robotics into the classroom.
Since programming can now be present in virtually all human activities, it can be said that it is both a learning object and a learning tool. Moreover, if one looks at the various frameworks for digital literacy that have been published in schools around the world in recent years, one quickly notices that programming is part of most, if not all, of them.
In order to inspire and empower learners from grade 5 through to university, the Current Generation project is using the issue of energy poverty to teach different subjects by linking them to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Here's why and how.