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(Press release) REFAD will hold its conference under the theme "Web evaluation and student integrity" on May 3 and 4, 2012, at the PUR hotel located at 395 rue de la Couronne in Quebec City.
(Press release) The official launch of the call for nominations for the 2012 20 Teen With Brilliance Awards was recently held. Founded by Youth in Motion, this program celebrates and honors young Canadians under the age of 20 who have demonstrated a significant level of innovation, leadership and achievement.
Starting tomorrow and for four days, a hundred young journalists aged 11 to 14 will “investigate” the premises of the École Polytechnique de Montréal in order to demystify a dozen scientific subjects.
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Canada is falling back on learning. This is the conclusion of the latest report from the Canadian Council on Learning released on Tuesday.
XO computers, distributed by the One laptop per child foundation, raise a number of criticisms in Uruguay, the second most active country in this project with 510,000 student users.
WINNIPEG, June 14, 2011 / CNW / - Canada's best teachers have diversified their teaching methods to go beyond the more traditional approaches of reading, writing and arithmetic. The new pillars on which learning methods in classrooms are based now include social media, cyberspace and multimedia projects.
MONTREAL, April 26 / CNW / - After school, do you know what your children are doing? You will want to think about it again if you think they are physically active.
QUEBEC, April 21 / CNW Telbec / - As a partner of Earth Day, the Federation of Quebec School Boards (FCSQ) adopts this year's slogan and also says Happy Birthday, Poor Planet! But the FCSQ would like to point out that protecting the environment is more than just wishful thinking for school boards, which have an excellent record in terms of energy savings.
OTTAWA, March 29 / CNW / - The Canadian Teachers' Federation (CTF) will be present in schools across French Canada in the coming months. It is in fact on Wednesday March 30 that a cross-Canada tour begins which aims to produce a series of video clips on the best educational practices to be implemented in French-speaking minority communities in the country. The adventure begins in the Port-au-Port Peninsula in Newfoundland and ends next fall in the West of the country.
News Release - This year marks the 40th anniversary of Explore (formerly the Summer Language Bursary Program), which was created by the federal government and the provinces and territories in 1971 to promote the study of French and English as a second language among young people in Canada.
They are calm children, with a good mood, but they are often in the moonlight. Less turbulent than their hyperactive comrades, they are less noticed. Children with non-hyperactivity ADD, however, also need a helping hand to organize themselves and succeed in the classroom.
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?
On November 3, a young teacher, Mathieu Côté-Desjardins launched a new web series: De-education, which mixes cartoons and interviews with pedagogues, teachers and public figures. This series shoots point blank at the Quebec school system. Infobourg spoke with Mathieu Côté-Desjardins. Here is the second part of this interview.
On November 3, a young teacher, Mathieu Côté-Desjardins launched a new web series: De-education, which mixes cartoons and interviews with pedagogues, teachers and public figures. This series shoots point blank at the Quebec school system. Infobourg spoke with Mathieu Côté-Desjardins. Here is the first of the two parts of this interview.
Because too many children around the world are out of school, IKEA and UNICEF are mobilizing to provide as many children as possible with the education they need. This is why IKEA wishes to unite visitors to its stores around the cause of children by inviting them to participate in fundraising for the benefit of numerous education programs around the world.
As we have seen in this report, reading on the screen is closely linked to online reading, on a network. Like all new forms of communication, the Internet has imposed its codes, its own language and the user has had to adapt to them, not without difficulty.
Montreal - Amateurs of soap operas, reality shows and reading, the literary project of Anic Bourgault and Kadia Desautels, Val et Zoé, will know how to charm you.
Ottawa - Canada's leading digital literacy organization, the Media Literacy Network (the Network) is sounding the alarm and warning that Canada will continue to fall behind other countries in terms of productivity and innovation unless a national digital literacy plan is in place.
Canada - How to promote the academic success of Francophone students in minority communities? What can we do to help them in their identity construction? How can we get them to become more involved with the Francophone community? Cultural pedagogy could well be the solution to all these questions.