Last week to submit a workshop to the 2016 edition of REFER, foyer de Québec

The 3rd edition of the Rendez-vous des écoles francophones en network (REFER) will take place on March 17 and 18. By November 27, submit your workshop proposal for the main focus of activities in Quebec!

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The 3rd edition of Meeting of French-language schools in the network (REFER) will take place on March 17th and 18th. Submit your workshop proposal for the main activity center in Quebec City!

The deadline is November 27, 2015. The following week, the facilitators will be notified if their workshop is selected or not, following a selection by a committee. Please note: decisions will be final without appeal.

The facilitators of the selected workshops (1 per workshop) will be registered for free for all the event's activities in Quebec!


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The workshops are 75 minutes long and will be presented on Thursday March 17 and Friday March 18 in the afternoon. The suggested concept is a 30 to 40 minute presentation followed by a period of discussion between the participants.

The organizers will give priority to workshops related to ICTs, where the educational intention justifying the use of ICT is at the fore. ICT allowing the pupil to carry out the task and / or the teacher to continue his professional development.

Axis 1: Tools for learning and learning to teach
Exploration workshops, hands on the keys, tablets, social networks, TNI, etc.

Axis 2: Educational and technological innovations
Web 2.0, Flipped classroom, mobile learning, social networks, their potential and their implications for the evolution and renewal of the teaching / learning axis.

Axis 3: Experiences and actions
Sharing of teaching-learning situations involving ICT (audio, video, OER, etc.)

Axis 4: What school for life?
Sharing, re fl ection and solutions related to leadership and organizational management issues

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