Here is proof that a simple idea can go a long way. This past school year, Lysiane Dallaire explored sound with Secondary 2 students as part of an enriched English class. It all started with listening to the podcast The Digital Plan. We tell you the whole story!
Press release - Ubisoft Education is launching "Young People Decode", a new 6-episode podcast series for 12 to 17 year olds. In each episode, experts present new technologies that have a positive impact on social and environmental issues.
It's the end of the school year and it shows. Several galas have made people happy and highlighted innovative projects in recent weeks. We present some of them to you. As a bonus: a few finds you should check out now!
In this edition of #Édubrèves: scientific and playful boxes for children, an application to facilitate the routine, cards on the functions of assistance in the processing of information, a youth rally for the National Indigenous Peoples Day, activities learning, and much more!
In this delivery of #Édubrèves: resources to help teachers and students end the school year on a high note, a podcast on concentration and a wanted poster for the facilitation of scientific activities.
In this delivery of #Édubrèves: a webinar on co-modal education presented by the Ministry of Education, young girls awarded for their techno projects, indoor gardens and the promotion of outdoor education. There are also a few more surprises!
We have several finds to share with you this week. Take a few minutes to learn more about The Conversation, to discover the most recent podcasts to listen to (for you or your students) and to explore new resources. And above all, this edition of #Édubrèves contains a special invitation for you.
This week, we're celebrating the death of a man who left his mark on education, offering some professional development activities to put on your agenda, and suggesting some readings for the weekend. Take a few minutes to consult your #Édubrèves.
Julie Belisle, teacher, and Sylvie Perron, educational advisor at École Le Sommet (First Seigneuries School Service Center) recently posted a podcast. Beyond the project itself, it is the content of the sound recording that commands attention.