Quebec - A young Montreal mother, unable to see her boys aged 8 and 9 spending their time watching TV and playing video games, imagines an exchange system: 1 minute of reading for 1 minute of TV. The concept has grown to become a social network for young people accessible on the Internet.
World - Everyone who uses technological applications in mathematics agrees that they make completely abstract concepts more concrete, making it easier for students to understand. Nevertheless, it's always interesting to read scientific research reports that prove it!
On May 10 and 11, 2010, the Digital Generation: For a Sociology of Cyberspace was held as part of the 78th Congress of the Association francophone pour le savoir, at the University of Montreal. Representatives of Infobourg were on site and we present to you a report of the various discussions.
Rimouski - “Computing for a child with a learning disability is like a pair of glasses. This is how Brigitte Sirois, remedial teacher at the Commission scolaire des Phares, explains to young people, their parents and their teachers, the contribution of technological aids to students with learning disabilities.
Extract from the Practical Guide to Technologies 2006, published in April 2006 (The 7 current trends) By Jean-Guy Dufort, coordinator of Prof-Inet Internet is not just a big library. It can also serve as a means of communication and exchange. It is that people themselves are also sources of information! For the school environment, this possibility is extraordinary since it makes it possible to reach teachers and classes from all over the planet and, thus, to collaborate with other people. All the distance barriers fall at once.