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Here are some tweets, blog posts or news that caught our attention this week.

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Here are some tweets, blog posts or news that caught our attention this week.

Via the RÉCIT blog (by Pierre Lachance)
Web 2.0, where are we?

Via paperless (by REFAD)
REFAD news from October 26

Via the blog of the CPs of the CEGEP de Victoriaville (by Denis Deschamps)
Lecture and active learning?

Via Mario straight away (by Mario Asselin)
Several teachers and pedagogical advisers are interested in web publishing and social networks

Via the Twitter feed of @Alex_Riopel
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD / HD) [Health Passport] - Everything is there!!!

Via the Twitter feed of @melissabricault
Twitter in the classroom: (Thot) and (Guidebook For Teachers)

Via the Twitter feed of @webpedago
Knowledgeable or undecided bloggers? This short guide for the beginner blogger is for you. How to open ...

Via the Twitter feed of @carrefour_edu
Primary school teachers, here are nearly 600 science sites, classified according to the 3 PFEQ universes.

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