Press Release - The Fédération des établissements d'enseignement privés unveiled the winners of the 5th edition of the Innovation in Education Awards at a Gala held this week at the Bibliothèque de l'Assemblée nationale in Quebec City. The purpose of the Innovation in Education Awards is to highlight and share innovative initiatives from Quebec's private schools.
All projects submitted for the FEEP Innovation Awards can be viewed at Innovating in educationThis is a reference source for education personnel seeking inspiration for student success and well-being.
The winners of the 2022 edition are:
Pedagogical innovation - School project - Primary
École Vision Saint-Augustin (Capitale-Nationale) : Mindfulness at school, a tool for life!
Pedagogical innovation - School project - Secondary
Saint-Nom-de-Marie Residential School (Montreal) : FLEX Formula
Pedagogical innovation - Classroom project - Primary
L'École des Premières Lettres (Montreal): I'm going to change the world at L'École des Premières Lettres: a brand new curriculum in "sustainable creativity"!
Pedagogical innovation - Classroom project - Secondary
Collège Sainte-Anne (Montreal): Programming for learning
Support for students with special challenges
École Saint-Joseph (1985) inc. (Montreal) : Technology as a tool for instructional differentiation in oral communication instruction for students with special needs
Caring in the Workplace
Externat Saint-Cœur de Marie (Capitale-Nationale) : ACT with benevolence
Externat Sacré-Cœur (Laurentides) : Community garden of the Externat Sacré-Cœur
Le Salésien (Eastern Townships) : Salesian's LGBTQ+ Club
Jury's favorite prize
The winners were selected by a high-level jury of education experts and allies, chaired by Dr. Alain Gosselin, CHRP Distinction Fellow, Honorary Professor and lecturer at the HEC Montréal School of Management.
CADRE21 Professional Development Award
The Collège Français (elementary school) is awarded the CADRE21 in professional development. This preschool-primary school in Longueuil has distinguished itself by obtaining nearly 100 badges in the last year. The school's administration integrated CADRE21's self-training courses into its professional development program, in particular the Boîte à ouTIC and Rétroaction aux apprenants courses.