Thanks to a partnership between the École en Réseau and the Maison Théâtre de Montréal, many students from across Quebec were able to experience theater-related workshops, despite the closure of cultural venues over the past year.
Tanya and Janie, from CSS des Sommets, fell in love with education. By working together, each in their own school, they simplified their teaching task, in addition to making their students' writing process even more meaningful and stimulating. Their collaboration enriches their teaching and assessment practice, while increasing their professional motivation and their impact on their students' learning.
The Networked School recently held its annual Transfer Session, fully online this year. It was notably an opportunity to present the activities available to classes wishing to network with other classes from across Quebec in this particular year. It is also always possible to register!
Christine Hamel, professor at Laval University, presented a conference entitled "The teaching effect in a context of digital use in class and at a distance" as part of the most recent transfer session of the School in a network. . Here are the highlights.
When teachers from Saguenay work together to develop a sense of belonging to the majestic St. Lawrence River, this results in an extraordinary educational project supported by the École en Réseau (ÉER).
Some of our neighbors like Ontario or some countries like France and Israel already had plans B for online courses. In Quebec, we wondered when schools closed. Yet the Network School (EER) shows that in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, we also have tools that can work and that have been proven. Again, you have to know them.
During the Network School Transfer Session, Marie-Claude Larouche presented her research and development focusing on collaboration between cultural organizations and schools in order to co-create digital cultural content for teachers.