Communicated – The educational establishments of Bas-Saint-Laurent and Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine, forming the Interorder Distance Learning Group (FADIO), invite all players in the world of education and higher education to participate in the 5e edition of Distance Education Week (FAD) to be held from February 21 to 25.
This event aims to promote winning practices in FAD and to highlight educational innovations in the digital age. Presented entirely online and offered free of charge, FAD Week shines thanks to its many partners and collaborators. Indeed, nearly 50 speakers, presenters and panelists will be divided into some 20 activities.
In complete flexibility, a rich and diversified program!
Under the theme In complete flexibility, the 5e edition of FAD Week will highlight the different training and teaching contexts that are possible to strive for this flexibility, regardless of the circumstances that surround us.
On the menu: seven workshops, six conferences - including one in English -, four panels, a pecha kucha and a symposium, all offering themes such as leadership, inclusive education, professional judgment, gamification, artificial intelligence, educational counseling, flipped classroom, social-emotional learning, co-modality and many more other topics that will meet your professional development needs.
FAD Week will be launched by speaker and leader at EscouadeÉDU, Marius Bourgeoys. He will present his lecture The school of today: a world of opportunities, where participants can explore various aspects of instructional leadership.
Thanks to our partners and the financial support of the Ministries of Education and Higher Education of Quebec, registration for FAD Week is offered free of charge. The form for this purpose is available at myurl.ca/registration22. The program and complete schedule are available at myurl.ca/prog22.
FADIO is a partnership resulting from a collaboration agreement between the educational establishments of Bas-Saint-Laurent and Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine who have agreed to unite to share their expertise in order to become front-line actors in distance learning. The group is made up of eight school service centres, five CEGEPs, four specialized teaching institutions and a university.