The third edition of the Parents 3.0 Colloquium will take place on Saturday, November 28, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at Collège St-Jean-Vianney (CSJV) in Montreal. This event allows all interested parents to acquire valuable tools to better supervise their children in the use of new technologies. We even invite young people 11 and over to participate!
“We will welcome to this event renowned specialists in new technologies and education. The Parents 3.0 Colloquium is a must-attend event for any parent wishing to broaden their knowledge and, above all, wishing to acquire a solid basis for properly supervising their child (whether or not attending college) and better understanding the digital age ”, explains the technopedagogical advisor of the CSJV and organizer of the event, Ms. Corinne Gilbert.
Accessible to all, this Symposium is also a great training event for those working in the education sector. In addition, a novelty this year, children aged 11 and over can participate and choose their own workshops, which will undoubtedly create a most interesting dynamic.
Throughout the day, several workshops will be presented by teachers, educational advisers, remedial teachers and doctoral students in education. They will touch on various themes: digital security, the integration of the iPad and digital at home, the construction of a parent's identity in the digital age, etc. The CSJV will have the chance to welcome two well-known speakers from the teaching world, Jacques Cool and Lise Galuga.
The cost of the ticket is 55 $ for an adult and 25 $ for a child over 11 years old. They can be purchased online: http://www.de-clic.com/colloque2015
It is possible to see the complete programming of the day.
Also see two video invitations to participate in this day!
Corinne Gilbert, educational advisor, talks about the Parents Conference:
Technopedagogue Jacques Cool invites you to the Symposium: