good practices

(Finland) Digital: a key ingredient in the deployment of inclusive education

During his recent educational expedition to Finland, our collaborator Marc-André Girard spoke with Sini Kontkanen, from the digital education research group TOTY. Listen to the interview as a podcast or read its report here!

Co-teaching: one is good, but two is better!

Have you ever considered co-teaching as a process bringing together a teacher and a remedial teacher? We offer you a text that presents the benefits of setting up such a duo in three schools, and some bonus tips if you decide to get started.

The effective approach to distance teaching

In this text, Véronique C. Plouffe proposes a series of strategies aimed at maximizing learning results in a distance education context while minimizing the amount of effort provided by teachers, in order to reduce the risk of burnout. professional.

7 recommendations for improving science and technology education in secondary schools

In the UK, the Education Endowment Foundation recently issued a series of recommendations for improving the quality of science and technology education. Here are 7 concrete intervention avenues to apply in the classroom.

How to create an engaging learning environment? 8 strategies and observations

It is by focusing on examples and contexts that speak to all participants that we can achieve the best during a training. And this is effective with both young people and adults. Here are 8 proven strategies.

Five tips to keep in mind to teach programming effectively

Although programming is gaining in popularity, its teaching remains little known and can prove to be a real challenge for teachers. Our collaborator Hugo G. Lapierre presents 5 tips to encourage students to learn coding.

Ideas for fostering peer feedback in the classroom

Seeking peer review can contribute to a positive classroom climate and lead to richer productions, while decreasing the teacher's workload. How? 'Or' What? Here are two ideas that are easily applicable in high school.

Tips for organizing a remote cooperative class

Guillaume Caron and Laurent Fillion, teachers at Vadez College in Calais (Pas-de-Calais) in France, present a practical organization proposal for the establishment of a distance cooperative class.

Writing stories without a predefined structure promotes creativity

Who hasn't had to write a plan before producing a story? This practice is well anchored in school practices. A team of researchers from Laval University wanted to know more about the impact of the use of the plan in the writing of stories and is now questioning this practice.

How educational leaders can actually change the system, says Michael Fullan

Why are some leaders successful and others not? This is the big question that was at the center of a recent conference by Ontario researcher Michael Fullan, presented online by the Association québécoise du personnel de direction des écoles (AQPDE).