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The seventh edition of the international conference on the use of Web 2.0 in education "Clair" will be held from January 28 to 30, 2016 at Haut-Madawaska Learning Center (CAHM), in Clair, New Brunswick.
Roberto Gauvin, member of the Clair 2016 committee and director of the CAHM, recalls that the establishment has been organizing since 2010 this international meeting on the use of Web 2.0 in education. “In six years, nearly 1,500 participants from across Canada and even Europe have converged at this school to take part in the event. Under the theme “Seeing education differently…”, meetings, an educational fair, an Ignite session, a BarCamp, exchanges of winning practices as well as several major conferences are presented. This conference allows all Francophones around the world to meet in order to discuss and see in action, an educational environment that promotes the use of technologies on a daily basis. "
This year, participants will have the opportunity to hear from four renowned speakers including Biz, Benoit Petit, Thérèse Laferrière and Yves Doucet. To learn more about these speakers, visit the next page
In his invitation, Mr. Gauvin adds: “Participants are invited to co-construct the schedule of activities and share the best teaching practices that drive all schools in the Francophonie and elsewhere. The Clair2016 conference will be once again this year, a unique opportunity where researchers can continue to rub shoulders with practitioners, allow networking and the exchange of winning practices in the classroom. There are still some room for the Winning Practices Forum and it is possible to subscribe directly from the Wiki. "