Learning that teaching would be done online after the holiday break, Frédéric Ouellet, math teacher at Collège Sainte-Anne de La Pocatière, had the idea of offering an unusual activity to his students. This is how he organized a mathematical challenge with his colleague Mélanie Morissette, a teacher for her part at Collège Saint-Joseph, located 550 kilometers away, in Gatineau!
During a virtual workshop, Audrey Raynault, educational advisor at Polytechnique MTL, demonstrated that collaboration in schools (and even in other sectors) could take a higher speed thanks to digital technology.
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.
For a year, Justine Gosselin-Gagné and her team from the University of Quebec at Montreal were able to integrate the daily life of two elementary schools in Montreal in order to identify the practices and attitudes of different staff members who aim to create a link inclusive with the families of the students.
To dare active pedagogy, even from a distance, Maxime Laflamme, pedagogical advisor at École branchée, invites you to discover the 5 keys which allow students to be supported in their pedagogical activation.
During our 25 years of activity, numerous collaborations have enabled our organization to share its mission, namely to support education players in the development of their professional expertise in the digital age. Here is an example from recent years.
At the initiative of Collège Ste-Anne, teachers from several establishments participated in 3 design thinking workshops to find ways to promote student engagement in hybrid or distance education. Here is the summary of a solution emerging from their creative design process, applicable at all levels.
While we thought we would find a semblance of calm with the start of the year in our classes, some had to apply distance learning faster than expected, many classes also found themselves in both face-to-face and remotely. Here are some ideas to encourage students to take action.