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Differentiate to take advantage of diversity in the classroom, using digital technology (or not!)

In this dossier, the École branchée and Carrefour education wish to shed light on what educational differentiation is and should be. We want to provide ideas (choice of interventions and digital tools) so that the concept finally materializes in our schools.

New complete file on reading - Aidersonenfant.com

Aidersonenfant.com, the reference for parents of school-aged children with small or big challenges, has launched an exclusive new feature on reading.

Let's play: conclusion and future

(Previous article) Serious games are spreading more and more in the world of education. Even if some consider that video games are ...

Find serious games, a breeze!

(Previous article) Carrefour education and Infobourg suggest these two directories. The SeriousGames.be repertoire If Yasmine Kasbi confides that her favorite serious games are too numerous ...

Why aren't serious games more popular?

(Previous article) The school still resists the pedagogy of play. The perception that learning must go through effort and personal discipline remains anchored. The...

The pleasure of learning, but still?

(Previous article) By digging here and there on the Internet, anyone interested in serious games will eventually understand that they are a lever on motivation ...

Is it funnier elsewhere?

(Previous article) Some countries have a clearer vision of the integration of serious games in an educational context. This is the case of France for whom ...

In Quebec, do we take games seriously?

(Previous article) Currently, for almost two thirds of teachers, the use of a serious game in their environment is analyzed as an unlikely possibility for ...

What are serious games?

(Previous article) Deriving from the English term serious games, serious games evoke software that combines a serious learning intention and the playful aspect of the game ...

The Internet in the Lives of Young People: Guide for Critical Researchers

Researchers at the University of Quebec at Chicoutimi are currently interested in the exercise of critical thinking when browsing the Internet. As part of their research, they explored the critical skills of future teachers. We offer you a file related to their research.