From 5 to 7 December, the 25e Congress of the Quebec Association of Elementary Teachers (AQEP) is in full swing at the Palais des congrès de Montréal. The AQEP joins the cause of the Literacy Foundation and invites participants to bring a new book to offer reading as a gift to a child who does not have access to it.
"It is under the theme Commitment, succession and experience, a dynamic to combine that nearly a thousand teachers and primary school professionals will gather, ”recalls Josée Therrien, director of the congress committee. This year, “nearly a hundred workshops dealing with the various areas of the Quebec school's training program, professional development, classroom management, as well as research papers specific to elementary education were held. selected, ”she explains.
Quebec author Dominique Demers will give a conference this morning, and the day will end by highlighting the 25 years of the organization as well as of the journal. Living the primary. Remember that participants are also invited to bring a new book to donate to a disadvantaged child, thanks to a partnership with the Literacy Foundation.
For primary school teachers, participate in a congress like that of the AQEP is an important continuing education opportunity. They have the chance, as President Stéphan Lenoir explains, "to rub shoulders with the next generation and to share their experience while benefiting from that of others".
I will be personally at the exhibitors' fair this Thursday to present the École branchée resources to you, in particular the magazine of the same name, the Infobourg.com site and the SCOOP service! Learn with the news. Looking forward to seeing you there!