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The Digital Trophies 2020: light on technopedagogical initiatives

In November 2020, the Digital Trophies competition will be in its third edition. Once again, education leaders from across the Francophonie are invited to share projects that combine pedagogy and technology. A dream opportunity to highlight an educational initiative and, at the same time, to have its digital know-how recognized!

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In November 2020, the competition Digital trophies will be in its third edition. Once again, education leaders from across the Francophonie are invited to share projects that combine pedagogy and technology. A dream opportunity to highlight an educational initiative and, at the same time, to have its digital know-how recognized!  

The competition Digital trophies which takes place in parallel with the Digital 2020 conference is not canceled! Due to the current circumstances, the organizers have decided to postpone it until November. It is therefore important to mention that the date for submitting projects has been postponed to June 19. As a result, there is still time to submit your application for this competition which rewards the best technopedagogical projects in the French-speaking world. 

Organized by TÉLUQ, the Digital trophies is divided into six categories, one of which is intended for preschool, primary and secondary education. In our schools, too many projects that deserve to be known unfortunately go under the radar. However, although this competition does not award prizes to the winners, it allows us to highlight great educational initiatives. 

In addition, the general public will be called upon to vote in the Favorite category. To do this, each participant will post a short explanatory capsule of their project on the YouTube channel. Subsequently, Internet users will be invited to choose the one that, in their eyes, stands out from the others. 

In 2018, Sonia Houle was the winner in this category. Over the past three years, this committed teacher has posted online educational capsules intended for undergraduate students in relation to several areas of learning. 

The invitation is out! Thus, if you have set up an innovative project related to technology in your school environment, this is the opportunity for you or your team to share it with the entire educational community.

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About the Author

Guillaume Bilodeau
Guillaume Bilodeau
Guillaume is an ICT pedagogical advisor at the Montreal School Services Center (CSSDM). He has a bachelor's degree in preschool and elementary education from UQÀM and a bachelor's degree in secondary mathematics education from UQÀC. In addition, he is completing his DESS in educational management. As part of his graduate studies, he is more specifically interested in the establishment of learning communities in Quebec schools.

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