When it comes to highlighting winning practices in distance education and highlighting educational innovation in the digital age, the École branchée team is never far away. This is how some members of the team will be part of the program for Distance Education Week (FAD) which will be held from February 21 to 25, 2022.
Under the theme In complete flexibility, the 5th edition of the ADF Week will highlight the different training and teaching contexts that are possible in order to strive for flexibility, regardless of the circumstances. This event is presented by the educational institutions of Bas-Saint-Laurent and Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine, forming the Interorder Distance Learning Group (FADIO).
All conferences will take place online and are offered free of charge. He is still time to register.
The École branchée team will be present
Stéphanie Dionne, Director of Development and Partnerships at École branchée, will host a discussion on the leadership of school management in a crisis context.
Jean Bernatchez, Anne-Michelle Delobbe and Olivier Lemieux from UQAR will present the 8 principles that guide the actions of school administrators in a crisis context. Then, Marc-André Girard and Laura Marquié, both school administrators, will share their leadership and communications practices in their team. All five will end with an exchange oriented towards changes in practices and organizational learning.
An appointment: Monday, February 21 at 12 p.m..
Stéphanie will be a second time at the animation of an inter-order discussion panel around the question: How to reinvest the digital tools experienced during the pandemic?
She will receive Sylvain Duclos, teacher at the Center de services scolaire des Navigateurs, Nelson Jean, techno-pedagogy advisor at Cégep de Rimouski, and Émilie Ringuet, pedagogy and techno-pedagogy advisor at UQAR, to discuss the tools used to communicate, collaborate and evaluate. They will also discuss the accelerated continuing education process that teachers and professors have gone through over the past two years and what remains of this learning, which is now reinvested in the classroom.
An exchange not to be missed: Tuesday, February 22 at 12 p.m..
A Pecha Kucha on good coaching practices in educational counseling will also bring together several people from the community who have a coaching role.
Our Pecha Kucha (from Japanese: "chatter", "sound of conversation") is a format that synchronizes an oral presentation with the projection of 20 slides in succession every 20 seconds. Led by Nancy Granger and Suzanne Guillemette from the University of Sherbrooke, this Pecha Kucha brings together six educational advisers, from elementary school to university, including Laurie Couture, from École branchée, who will take up this challenge for the first time!
Be present: Friday, February 25 at 12 p.m.
To close this intense and enriching week, FADIO and L'École branchée unite during a virtual cocktail to which all participants, facilitators and speakers are invited. Laurie Couture and Jason Belzile, the two pedagogical advisers of École branchée, will join the team behind the organization of FAD Week to discuss the main elements they have retained, the next steps to be taken and more. We are also told that there will be some prizes to be won!
It is therefore a (last) appointment for us on Friday February 25 from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.