ADVERTISEMENT

Bullying contest

(Press release) The Deputy Premier and Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports, Ms. Line Beauchamp, launched the Intimidation is over contest last week. I act.

Published on :

READ THIS ARTICLE IN:

ATTENTION! The English translation is automated - Errors (sometimes hilarious!) can creep in! ;)

Mark as favorite (0)

(Press release) The Deputy Premier and Minister of Education, Recreation and Sports, Mr.me Line Beauchamp, launched the competition last week Bullying is over. I act.

Aimed at elementary and secondary school students in Quebec, this competition aims to highlight inspiring projects in the fight against bullying and violence.

To participate, students must submit, by May 4, 2012, a 1000 word abstract or video of no more than two minutes presenting a project they have designed and produced and which has been supported by a staff member. of their school in connection with a situation experienced or observed in connection with bullying. This project must have had a positive impact on the students of the school and promote important values such as respect and justice.

Projects meeting these criteria will be eligible for the competition and posted on the site moijagis.com, on which all the details of the competition are available. Two random draws will be made around May 7, 2012: one among the projects carried out in elementary school and the other among those in secondary school. In elementary school, the winning student (s) will win for their school the astonishing scientific-flavored show by Mr. Yannick Bergeron as well as 3,500 $, while the secondary winner (s) will win 5,000 $ and a show for their school. by singer Karim Ouellet. The cash prizes will allow establishments to continue their actions to fight against bullying and violence by carrying out a project of their choice.

“I invite Quebec students who have carried out projects to fight bullying and violence to register for the contest we are launching today. By sharing your wonderful initiatives with all the students of Quebec, you will certainly inspire many to do as you do and to become ordinary heroes and heroines who refuse to remain silent in the face of intimidation, ”declared Minister Beauchamp.

Remember that this competition is one of the elements of the Strategy to mobilize Quebec society against bullying and violence in schools, launched on February 12 by the government and which revolves around from the theme “Bullying is over. Me, I act. ". This strategy calls not only for the mobilization of students, their parents and school personnel, but also that of all Quebecers. Two partners joined the cause, Quebecor and Télé-Québec.

Your comments about this article

To comment this article and add your ideas, we invite you to follow us on social networks. All articles are published there and it is also possible to comment directly on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.

Do you have news to share with us or would you like to publish a testimonial?

Publicize your educational project or share your ideas via our Opinion, Testimonials or Press Releases sections! Here's how to do it!

Do you like what you read?

Subscribe and receive the next 3 issues of École branchée magazine (print or digital, French or English) in addition to our exclusive online files!

Learn more >

About the Author

École branchée
École branchée
The École branchée, a non-profit organization, is your professional development partner in connection with digital competence in education. We believe that education must be able to benefit from current educational and technological advances to better meet the increasingly diverse needs of learners and promote their success, today and for the rest of their lives. We work there through our professional information services, continuing education and the creation of educational tools.

Receive the Weekly Newsletter

Get our Info #DevProf and l'Hebdo so you don't miss out on anything new at École branchée!





You might also like: