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Supervising the cell phone at school: positive impacts on student productivity

According to British researchers, limiting, regulating or even banning cell phones in schools would have positive impacts on student learning.

Learning Together, a Tool to Guide the Effective Implementation of Classroom Cooperation

Andréanne DuBois, trainer in cooperative and complex learning, and her colleague Mathieu Gauthier have created an application called Apprendre ensemble, which offers a series of reflections aimed at planning and implementing a learning sequence, in the form of collaborative work. effective.

Who are the great champions of the 2015 La Dictée PGL International Grand Final?

MONTREAL, May 25, 2015 - On May 24, the International Grand Final took place as part of La Dictée PGL organized ...

Talk evenings on Twitter: #EduPrim and #EduSec conclude their first season

What do the connected primary teachers do on Wednesdays from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m.? And those in high school, Thursday at the same time? They're chatting on Twitter!

EdCamp Quebec: a record participation for the third edition

The third edition of EdCamp Quebec took place on Friday May 15th. Bringing together more than 120 people (130 had registered), the event made it possible, as every year, to respond to the real concerns of educators on site.

19th edition of Operation back to school: eight scholarships awarded to students in the metropolitan region

MONTREAL, May 13, 2015 / CNW Telbec / - The Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal yesterday marked the end of Operation Back to School ...

3rd iPad Education Summit: Still more advantages than challenges in integrating technology, according to study

Annual meeting of users and curious about the iPad in schools, the 3rd edition of the Summit of the iPad and the digital in education is held until Friday afternoon in Montreal.

Homework period causes parents a lot of frustration, survey finds

The fact that their children are having difficulty with homework and facing barriers to their learning is nothing new ...

Social media in the classroom: two studies show their importance in defining student identity

When we talk about the role of technology in the classroom, we must constantly remember that it is not the technology that is good or bad in itself, but the use we make of it. Recent work suggests that social media in the classroom can help young people assert themselves and define themselves. Explanations.

Spelling: when writing without making mistakes becomes child's play!

According to an OQLF report, if the spelling assessment criteria were eliminatory during the single test in French in Secondary V, about half of the students would fail. Here are some ideas and resources, for the classroom and the home, to take on this challenge!

How to invert his class?

During the 33rd AQUOPS conference, teacher Caroline Jodoin-Malo presented several tips to make her classroom a place where students can find meaning in the concepts learned. Make way for the reverse class!

News from the iPad and Digital Education Summit

As a reminder, the third iPad and digital education summit will take place on April 30 and May 1, 2015 in Montreal. Here is some important information.

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