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The "course of tomorrow", an educational model developed by the Collège Saint-Anne

It is not enough to want change in education: you have to experience it now. This is more or less the message that the Collège Sainte-Anne is now sending, which has revised its teaching model to take into account the imperatives of tomorrow.

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It is not enough to want change in education: you have to experience it now. This is more or less the message that the Collège Sainte-Anne is now sending, which has revised its teaching model to take into account the imperatives of tomorrow.

“Change: the word has been out for a few years now in education. The world is changing, the future of our young people sitting on the school benches is becoming imprecise. How to cope ? By adapting, by educating young people so that they can carve out a place for themselves in this changing world. "

This is how begins an article Isabelle Sénécal, director of education, educational innovation and international development at Collège Sainte-Anne, who aims to explain the foundations of the new “Sainte-Anne model of tomorrow's course” set up by her establishment . In short, this model advocates an active and engaging pedagogy for the student, the integration of technological tools, multidisciplinarity, the development of creativity, collaboration and critical thinking, and the importance of making the student a lifelong learner. It also wants to motivate students with the most diverse educational backgrounds, by offering them courses that are both individualized and open to the world.

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In a context where 65 % of trades for the next decade do not yet exist, the authors of the model, whose working committee was created in 2013, are calling on the education community for an urgent and rapid transformation. “The world of work, like the activities of daily living, has been transformed by information and communication technologies (ICT). And the school, whose mission is to prepare the next generation, is struggling to update itself to take into account the new realities. From our point of view, academic success depends on the harmonious integration of ICT in the classroom. It also supposes a redefinition of pedagogical approaches ”, explains in a statement Mr. Ugo Cavenaghi, President and CEO of the College.

To learn more about the model developed by Collège Sainte-Anne, see the article "A changing world" Isabelle Senécal.

 

Source: press release

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General manager of École branchée, Audrey holds a graduate degree in educational technologies and a bachelor's degree in public communication. Member of the Order of Excellence in Education of Quebec, she is particularly interested in the professional development of teachers, information in the digital age and media education, while actively creating bridges between the actors of the educational ecosystem since 1999. She is involved these days in particular in Edteq Association and as a member of the ACELF Communications Committee. When she has free time, she is passionate about her children, his rabbits, horses, good wine and... Web programming!

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