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Revisiting the SAMR Model for ICT Integration and Action Learning

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While there are many frameworks for effective ICT integration in education, the SAMR model is one of the most widely used. It is not perfect for guiding the effective implementation of all technology initiatives, but it does give a good idea of what not to do! The International Center for Educational Leadership's Rigor and Relevance Framework focuses on what the learner does rather than the technology. Although there is no perfect alignment between the two models, Eric Sheninger proposes an interesting form of alignment.

(V2-1) When Digital Supports Educational Practices

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(Series) Technological innovations and other interesting features... from Apple Education

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It's back to school and you have a thousand and one things on your mind. To help you out, we've taken a look at what's new from the major manufacturers of the digital tools and platforms you may be using at school. Today, here are some interesting new features and reminders, especially for iPad users

The wheel of educational innovation

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Innovation is about successfully implementing a new idea and creating value. Creativity is not the same as innovation. Creativity means coming up with a new idea. Innovation is taking that novel idea, engaging in a problem-solving process, and creating value.

Develop digital competence in unplugged mode

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Is it absolutely necessary to use technological tools (computer, tablet, robots, etc.) to learn and master various concepts associated with computer thinking or programming? The answer is no! Unplugged computing allows us to dissociate ourselves from the "machines" in order to facilitate the learning of the basic principles of computer science, starting at a very young age. Come and discover the many advantages of teaching in unplugged mode!

The High School Science Interview

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The principle of "alternative assessment" can be a challenge to apply in the classroom. Come and discover how the interview, one of the ways to collect learning traces "differently", allows for the evaluation of students in the context of, among others, the science and technology course at the secondary level. Tips, advice and resources will be shared to help you or your team get started.

The development of computer thinking

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Is computer thinking synonymous with programming? Actually, it's much more than that! Considered a key skill to develop in the 21st century, it was included in the Department of Education's Digital Action Plan in 2018. Developing computational thinking in students better prepares them to evolve within an ever-changing technological world. This training will introduce you to the concept of computational thinking, the benefits associated with it, and some ideas for activities to explore. It's a date!

Planning backwards

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How do we prepare our students for large-scale projects? Come and discover an unusual approach to planning educational activities: backward planning! This planning strategy takes the expected outcome as its starting point rather than the instructional intent as we are used to. Students ride the wave of learning while knowing the destination!

The #Édubrèves - August 9, 2022 edition

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Back to school is coming and we are back in business. Here are your #Édubrèves. In this edition: Kids Code Jeunesse Summer Institute, call for projects in culture for youth mental health, interdisciplinary projects to discover, a keyboard to help dyslexic youth, the Charter for digital culture and citizenship education has been launched in France and much more!

Pedagogical leadership

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Whether you are a leader in a position of authority or not, this training is for all those who wish to develop an intentional leadership posture, from a digital perspective, in order to initiate innovation and change in education. Come and discover what "pedagogical leadership" is, what the challenges of digital education are and what type of leader you would like to be to positively influence your environment. At the end of this hour, you will already be in action to complete the "Explorer" level of the Pedagogical Leadership training on the CADRE21 platform and then claim your badge. 

Creating a brand image in the classroom

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Increasing the students' sense of belonging to the group and the class in which they are evolving will also optimize learning. It is possible to create this kind of culture with logos, slogans, meaningful projects, all while respecting the personality of the group and its teacher. This workshop will allow you to experience the steps of creating a class brand with the help of free and easy-to-use digital tools!

The digital work plan

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Discover the digital work plan, an interactive document that allows students to take control of their learning. In this workshop, you will learn how to create, plan and share a work plan that is aligned with your instructional intentions. You will also discover how to set attainable and concrete learning objectives for students, while integrating digital technology! 

(V25N1) Spotlight on research - When digital technology supports educational practices

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The story is in the envelope: a new Franco-inspired podcast

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Press Release - The Association canadienne d'éducation de langue française (ACELF) is launching a new podcast series, L'histoire est dans l'enveloppe, to introduce Franco-inspired personalities from across Canada. The first episode, on the theme of humour, is now available.

The #Édubrèves - June 7, 2022 edition

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Here are the #Edubrèves of the week. In this edition: is a grade-free school possible, Growing Up Without Borders is a CodeCan partner, Youth Digital Month in review, Understanding the career aspirations of youth in 2022, reading recognition awards, podcasts to listen to and much more!

Valuing education in Quebec - Minister Roberge decorates 44 new members of the Quebec Ministry of Education

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Press release - In recognition of the remarkable commitment and dedication of the pillars of education and higher education in Quebec, 44 new personalities joined the ranks of the Ordre de l'excellence en éducation du Québec today.

Technovation Montreal announces the winning teams of its 8th edition

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Press Release - On May 14th, Technovation Montreal held its 8th annual Pitch Demo Day. The teenagers presented their application and business plan responding to a problem in their community. The topics are important; environment, women's rights, anxiety, school success, the applications of the young girls are promising. In total, four prizes were awarded, in addition to the jury's "coup de coeur".

Alloprof improves its services thanks to artificial intelligence

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Press Release - As usual, Alloprof continues to improve its resources to support the academic success of young people. Among other things, the organization is integrating new functionalities related to artificial intelligence into its Web platform. 

Investigate, invent, innovate: integrate an efficient and innovative procedure!

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Come and discover the Investigate! Invent! Innovate! In this session, you will learn how to integrate project-based learning into your classroom by inspiring your students to invent creative solutions to everyday problems. The outcome may even lead you to the virtual national invention conference, much like the science fair!