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Resources for teaching online (part 2)

Like it or not, distance education will continue to be a part of the reality of many schools for months to come, whether through a widespread distance switch announcement or the closure of targeted classes. We offer here a second selection of our articles related to online education.

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Like it or not, distance education will continue to be a part of the reality of many schools for months to come, whether through a widespread distance switch announcement or the closure of targeted classes. Just before the holiday break, we therefore decided to regroup a selection of our articles related to online education. We offer a second selection here.

Part 1: Resources for teaching online

The importance of benevolence

  • 5 things to consider before embarking on distance education
    Distance education is more suitable for post-secondary education. Despite everything, at the moment, teachers have to do something right, however imperfect the solution may be. How do you support your students when you yourself are confined and, in some cases, you also have to home school your own children? Here are 5 elements that could guide you!
  • Motivating our students from a distance: a few tips
    Quebec secondary school teachers will not find their students in their classrooms, but they must continue to teach at a distance until the end of the year. Many of them will push their limits and explore new horizons with this approach. Here are some tips, very simple and which do not reinvent anything at all, but which could inspire you in a practice which will know how to keep your students active.

About remote assessment

Issue of the École branchée magazine for teachers, always available and relevant: 

  • Bloom's taxonomy and distance assessment
    How can instructional intent help you assess students, both in class and at a distance? Here is a strategy to adopt which is based on Bloom's taxonomy.
  • Evaluate differently to promote equity among students
    One of the main issues in connection with distance education remains the evaluation of learning. Long before the start of the pandemic, Quebec researchers had undertaken to examine the question, mainly in a context of justice, equality and equity for all students. Find out about this ongoing research project.

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  • The flipped classroom is popular in distance learning
    More and more teachers are interested in the flipped classroom. This teaching practice makes it possible to transmit more theoretical knowledge to students through video clips and to devote more class time to the realization of concrete projects. A way of doing things that lends itself rather well to distance education!
  • Produce engaging video clips
    Key points to consider and some technical recommendations: Researchers analyzed more than 6.9 million video viewing sessions on the e-learning platform. They identified five concrete recommendations for teachers who use video with their students.

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About the Author

Martine Rioux
Martine Rioux
After studying public communication, Martine worked as a journalist for various publications, before pursuing her career as an interactive communications consultant at La Capitale, a financial group, then at Québec Numérique, an organization she took over as general manager before making the jump. as political advisor in the office of the Minister for Digital Government Transformation. Today she is the online Editor-in-Chief and Special Projects Manager at l'École branchée. Her dream: that everyone has access to technology and can use it as a tool for learning and opening up to the world.

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