News Release - Across Canada, the fact that no one in the family has a college or university education is a considerably greater barrier to participation in higher education than family income. In fact, according to two new studies commissioned by the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (HEQCO), a single year of parental education has a more positive effect on a son or daughter's likelihood of attending post-secondary school. that 50,000 $ more family income.
The Canadian Association for French Language Education (ACELF) launched a brand new web series on January 18 called Les stagiaires vous direent. The series will make it possible to follow, day after day, the experience of participants in the summer 2010 courses. It includes 10 short episodes which will be put online every Tuesday and Thursday, between January 18 and February 17.
The educational tools allowing elementary and secondary school teachers to use the Apprentice Engineering Challenge (DAG) or Inventive Engineering Challenge (DGI) as a classroom learning situation are available on the website of the Scientific Leisure Development Council (CDLS). ). By starting the project now, teachers have plenty of time to complete the project in their class.
Some students attending the daycare services of the Montreal school board had a surprise at the start of the 2010 school year: interactive terminals were installed in their premises. The objective of the project: to promote the use, by elementary school students, of the services of Allô prof, a charitable organization that promotes school perseverance.
Allô prof launched a homework assistance project on December 8 in collaboration with the Commission scolaire de Montréal. At the heart of the project, the installation of interactive terminals in various places frequented by children, including certain daycare services.
During the 2010 AQEP congress, which was held in St-Hyacinthe from November 3 to 5, an interesting round table allowed four guests as well as participants to discuss the theme of IWBs and other technological tools. in class. Today, second question: What recommendations would you make to a colleague who wishes to integrate ICT in his classroom?
Les Éditions de l'Isatis offers educators the Umbilicus collection, a series of humorous documentaries on the functioning of the human body. This collection includes 17 titles including 3 titles published in 2010 and is aimed at children from 4 to 8 years old. Each story is presented in the form of an expedition of Professor Umbilicus inside the human body.
During the 2010 AQEP congress, which was held in St-Hyacinthe from November 3 to 5, an interesting round table allowed four guests as well as participants to discuss the theme of IWBs and other technological tools. in class. Today, first question: Do IWBs and other technological tools constitute a real revolution?
On November 29, Infobourg launched a contest for subscribers to its weekly newsletter. To win a set of books from Éditions Scholastic, participants had to tell the place that Christmas tales take in their teaching. Here are some concrete ideas from these teachers. We bet they will inspire you throughout the month of December!
Right off the bat, I admit. I will not talk about technology or educational project, but simply about a new collection of children's books published by FouLire: Le Chat-Ô en Folie. Why? I'm "crazy" about it!