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Learning with video games: When the student overtakes the teacher

In this text, Louis-Philippe Duchesne, 5th year teacher at the École de l'Envol (CSS des Navigateurs), shares how, with his colleague Guillaume Prairie, he set out to discover Minecraft with students during the last school year. What started out as a simple extracurricular lunchtime activity took on unimaginable proportions as students became mentors to teachers.

"Distance learning will always have its place"

It is not because the majority of students have returned to school that distance education is no longer on the schedule for some young people. We met (virtually) Nathalie Angers and Étienne Roy, from the National Service of RECIT for Distance Education (RÉCIT FAD), to discuss it.

A self-study course on pedagogical management and leadership soon available

Managers of educational institutions in Quebec will soon have free access to free-standing training on management and pedagogical leadership. This will offer them, among other things, a digital action plan model to be developed for the educational establishments they run. It will respond to a need already expressed in this direction.

#DevProf: Several new features in preparation for CADRE21

The École branchée took advantage of the summer to discuss with the director of CADRE21, Sébastien Stasse. The organization dedicated to the professional development of French-speaking school personnel will have several new features to offer in the coming months.

Supporting learners with dys disorder: a new training from CADRE21

CADRE21 has recently offered a whole new training course, Supporting learners with dys disorder, which will allow education stakeholders to familiarize themselves with this dimension relating to learning disabilities, in order to better support learners during actions. concerted within the school framework.

Educational watch: winning behavior!

Those who are familiar with the field of the media know what a media watch is: a constant look at what is happening in the news in order to share the news and ensure its veracity. The principle can also be applied in the field of education.

CADRE21 adds new training on educational escape games

The CADRE21 adds a ninth training at the heart of the axis of development of educational strategies, called educational escape games (JEP).

CADRE21 training available free of charge across Canada thanks to the CanCode program

CADRE21 announces that as of October 1, 2019, all of its online training will be available free of charge in all French-speaking regions of Canada.

The ICT Competence axis of CADRE21 is enriched by two new training courses

The CADRE21 training offer continues to be enriched with the launch of two new training courses in the area of ICT Competence.