The Collégial international Ste-Anne has a collaborative classroom

The Collégial international Sainte-Anne (CiSA) inaugurated a collaborative classroom offering a variety of workspaces: a “campfire” area for discussions, writing surfaces, projectors, large work tables and removable furniture.

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On February 6, the Collégial international Sainte-Anne (CiSA) inaugurated its new collaborative classroom offering a variety of workspaces: a "campfire" area for discussions, multiple writing surfaces and no less. of five projectors. The room also includes large work tables and removable furniture for collaboration.

“Inspired by shared workspaces, this place encourages direct exchanges and cooperation, in addition to stimulating creativity. Friendly and warm, it is the ideal place to develop college students' skills in problem solving, critical thinking and collaboration ”, explained Mrs. Rachel Gendron, director of CiSA.

This new classroom can accommodate several groups at a time, and students can access it for personal work.  

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About Sainte-Anne College
Founded in 1861, Collège Sainte-Anne offers active pedagogy and exclusive study programs. Renowned for its international component, since 2007 the establishment has forged links with partner schools on 5 continents. To stimulate the creativity of young people, Sainte-Anne has developed the Course of Tomorrow, an innovative educational model that places them at the center of the learning process. Sainte-Anne has three levels of education: preschool-elementary (Académie Sainte-Anne), secondary (Collège Sainte-Anne) and college (Collégial international Sainte-Anne).

SOURCE Collegial international Sainte-Anne

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