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Tech projects to motivate students

In the elementary and secondary schools of the province, projects integrating technologies are more and more numerous. Some are made with next to nothing while others require the heavy artillery to be taken out. Whatever the case, they all have in common to introduce students to different computer tools, to promote the development of new skills and above all to arouse the motivation of the class!

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A joint file from Infobourg and Carrefour education

In the elementary and secondary schools of the province, projects integrating technologies are more and more numerous. Some are made with next to nothing while others require the heavy artillery to be taken out. Whatever the case, they all have in common to introduce students to different computer tools, to promote the development of new skills and above all to arouse the motivation of the class!

"Using technology to stimulate the interest of demotivated students and engage all students of the digital generation is no longer an option," write Carolyn Chapman and Nicole Vagle, authors of the book. Motivate your students published by Chenelière Éducation. These days, the brain is constantly challenged by many tools and electronic gadgets. Students must go into “sleep mode” to come to class. In school, there are no more video games, touch screens, cell phones or action movies. In most classrooms, their Internet access is limited and they cannot freely consult MySpace, Facebook or their blogs. How long can these students stand to sit, listen, or be passive? "

For this last report of the year, we are therefore presenting some inspiring technological projects, several of which can be adapted according to the subject and the age of the students. New ideas that can simmer during the holidays and, who knows, have babies for the next school year!

 

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Nathalie Côté
Nathalie Cote
Nathalie is a journalist. His favorite themes are family, education, health, consumption, the environment and social phenomena. She contributes in particular to the newspaper La Presse.

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