Waiting lists for organ donation are growing in several countries and, with the aging of the population, this situation is likely to continue for a long time to come. Let's see why it is important to be aware of this cause, at any age.
For cognitive reasons, it is often easier for children to learn a foreign language than for adults. A recent study indicates that the benefits of learning a new language on the brain are significant, for both children and adults.
The November 2014 edition of L'Actualité magazine features an article dealing with the solution a mother found to supervise her teenager who wanted to use Facebook: signing a contract. How to draw inspiration from it in schools?
Once you have fully understood the different formats and possibilities of each, it is now time to create your own digital book. In this part of the file, I will present the different creation software to you and I will end with some examples made in class.
In the last few days, nearly 35,000 walruses have been forced to wash up on the mainland in northwestern Alaska. Let's take a closer look at whether this new phenomenon is directly linked to climate change affecting the Arctic.
Last weekend, for the 31st consecutive year, the European Days of Cultural Heritage took place. Let's take the opportunity to discover the gems of Europe which are certainly less known, but so rich in heritage.
Clothing company Urban Outfitters has put a controversial piece of clothing up for sale online. Let's take a closer look at why this bloody-looking Kent State University sweater is in the news so much.
A Quebec creation, Classcraft is a new role-playing game to learn and motivate students. To date, 7,000 teachers in 50 different countries have adopted Classcraft as an education supplement in their classroom. Over a million students are expected this fall.