No need to tell you, the past year has been rich in learning of all kinds for both adults and children. As a teaching professional, you may have felt the need to acquire new skills related to the use of digital technology. We present to you some resources at your fingertips. Here are your #Édubrèves!
We need you!
The École branchée team is (already!) Preparing the fall 2021 issue of its magazine. This will focus on professional development in connection with education in the digital age. We would like to hear from you on this subject.
Take a few minutes to respond to our short questionnaire.
New series of free webinars for French-speaking teachers
In response to strong demand, Apple Education decided to create a new series of free “Teach and Learn with the iPad” webinars. These webinars are all given by passionate and inspiring educators from Quebec and Ontario. Workshops take place every Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m. Lasting approximately 1 hour. Programming and information to participate are here.
CréaCamp Sprint of April 16
The next CréaCamp Sprint will be held on April 16. Several workshops lasting 3 hours are offered. All you have to do is choose!
In the morning:
- The Desmos activity creator: an engaging and versatile tool (and not just in math!)
- Flipgrid + Bitmoji: Engage your students, even from a distance!
- Croquinote (sketchnoting), a visual technique to prepare to revise for the end of the year
- Assessment: revisiting your habits and adopting good practices
- Minecraft Education, Discovery and creation
- Digital escape games with the Google suite
In the afternoon :
- Feedback and evaluation with Google Classroom
- Edpuzzle - to make each video a learning curve
- Vary feedback, even from a distance
- The digital work plan
- Compile, analyze and disseminate physical activity statistics with Google tools
There is still time to subscribe.
The programming of the CréaCamp Discovery continues.
April 12 at 7:30 p.m .: Prezi - go further with new features, in the classroom or in a meeting or LearningApps to aim for autonomy
April 13 at noon: Google Jamboard and Talk and Comment: two tools to make studying active
Psst! It is possible to register for a specific session or to become a member of the CoP to participate in all the sessions of your choice (by prior registration) during the season.
A review of the 39th AQUOPS Symposium
The 2021 edition of the AQUOPS conference took place entirely online last week. Once again, it was an opportunity to hear about some really stimulating projects that certainly inspired the participants.
Special mention to the recipients of the CHAPO Prize :
– Myra Auvergnat-Ringuette
Teacher 4e year, Externat St-Jean-Berchmans
– Jean Chouinard
Educational advisor at the RÉCIT national service in special education
– Melanie Bronsard
Educational advisor in technology integration at the Collège de Montréal
A CHAPO Prize, it is an Honorary Certificate in Educational Applications of Technological Tools awarded by the board of directors of AQUOPS.
You can find several traces of the conferences and exchanges on Twitter by following the hashtag #AQUOPS.
Some articles are in preparation by the École branchée team. If you would like to share workshop reports with us, write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In closing, to make you smile ...
A pearl found by a friend in the digital archives of the Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec. In the December 3, 1971 edition of the daily Le Soleil, we could read this article. We were not far from talking about Zoom and Google Drive!
See you soon! Until then, don't hesitate to “tag” us (in good French…) on Twitter (@millaudrey or @riomarti) so that we can talk about your project / resource in a future review of the week! Have a great weekend!