If you were a distance student, what would you need to feel that your teacher was there for you? We asked teachers to join in and answer this question. Here's a look at their responses.

On the occasion of Digital Education Day, held last Friday, participants were able to attend a educational meeting moderated by our colleague Stéphanie Dionne. The meeting ended with a question to the participants: “If you were a distance student, what would you need to feel that your teacher is there for you? ". These shared their response via a form.

We have compiled for you the answers that were given during the week. We note that individualized interaction and privileged moments with the teacher are elements that students lack.

Here are also the answers that the panelists of the educational meeting shared with us.

“Of a benevolent listening, moments of exchange, mutual aid and solidarity between the pupils. Taking the affective into account: maintaining the relationship, adjusting your expectations, especially giving confidence. "

Melissa Bricault, educational advisor at the local RÉCIT of the Seigneurie-des-Milles-Îles School Service Center.

“Variety !! Frame my learning in a bigger project that would make sense and that would seem to have a real impact on my world. Believe that I am not working just for a note. "

Audrey Miller, general manager of École branchée.

“Helping presence, USB feedback (useful, specific and caring) and learning activities that nurture / bring out what really excites me. Let’s move from a culture of evaluation to a culture of learning. Remember: EVERYTHING is amplified online. "

Jacques Cool, Director General of CADRE21.

What about you, if you were a distance student, what would you need to feel that your teacher was there for you?

We are also preparing a next one around the following question: "When you teach (or if you were to teach) at a distance, what would you need to feel that the student is involved in his learning? ". Share your opinion with us at info@ecolebranchee.com.