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On the way to Distance Learning Week

Distance Learning Week (FAD) will take place this year from February 22-26. Numerous free online activities will allow participants to perfect their knowledge of FAD, hear testimonials from inspiring educational actors and discover innovative practices.

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The École branchée will participate in the fourth Distance Education Week (FAD) organized by the inter-order distance training group (FADIO), which will take place from February 22 to 26, 2021. Through numerous activities offered free of charge online, this The week will allow participants to perfect their knowledge of FAD, hear testimonials from inspiring educational actors and discover innovative practices. It is aimed at all educational players from primary to university. Presented at different times of the day, the activities will be accessible entirely online. The detailed description of the activities and the registration form can be found on the FADIO website.

Five postures to favor for active teaching ... even at a distance

The workshop offered by Maxime Laflamme from École branchée will take place on February 22 at 3 p.m. This will be an opportunity for participants to strengthen their confidence in their way of teaching at a distance. It will present five postures to favor so that students can carry out concrete, engaging and active learning activities, even from a distance!

Recognition from UNESCO for FADIO

FADIO was created in 2013 to allow elementary, secondary, college and university educational establishments in Bas-Saint-Laurent and Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine to collaborate in order to "identify the winning conditions in distance learning and providing continuing training for education stakeholders ”. This one has besides aroused interest from UNEVOC, UNESCO's specialized center for technical and vocational education and training, which has included FADIO in a directory of promising practices in education. It is the first initiative in North America to be selected in this directory, which brings together other practices from around the world.

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