The Quebec Ministry of Education, Higher Education and Research (MEESR) offers on its website a few video clips aimed at helping school stakeholders to appropriate the results of recent research on writing and writing. reading.
These video clips were produced for primary and secondary school stakeholders in order to support them in the many organizational and pedagogical decisions they make on a daily basis.
Uploaded at the end of the 2014-2015 school year, they are added to the videos that were already available about the Research program on perseverance and academic success (PRPRS). They aim for quick and user-friendly access to the results of the Writing and Reading Research Program (PREL).
Here are the links and their descriptions, as indicated on the MEESR website.
“This capsule shows the importance of recognizing the part of the responsibility that belongs to the child, the parent and the school in learning to read. »(Duration: 6:33)
What parents need to know about reading
“The reasons why parents read and their perceptions of reading seem to influence those of their children. This capsule presents how the influence of parents is exerted on students. "(Duration: 4:41)
A review of family literacy programs for preschool, elementary and secondary school
“This capsule, which presents a review of family literacy practices, has highlighted more than a dozen programs that, from a scientific point of view, seem the best founded to promote student success in reading. "(Duration: 6:15)
Use of the blog in elementary and secondary schools
“Even if the use of blogs is widespread among the public, this writing practice is still emerging in elementary and secondary schools, despite the enthusiasm it can generate among young people. This capsule presents a portrait of its use in the classroom. »(Duration: 4:31)
Teaching writing in elementary school
“Writing is a very complex skill that builds and develops over a lifetime. This capsule presents the factors of efficiency in learning to write. "(Duration: 4:52)
Teaching writing in a second language
“Teachers in the Quebec school system are increasingly called upon to adapt their teaching to students with an immigrant background. This capsule presents ways to intervene with these students with different needs in learning to write. "(Duration: 4:42)