Eleven American teachers reveal 53 strategies for leveraging blended learning in elementary and secondary schools. Each is explained in a video specially designed for teachers wishing to take their first steps in the method or develop their approach.
Today, March 13, ICT respondents from the Federation of Private Educational Institutions (FÉEP) meet at the Saint-Joseph Seminary in Trois-Rivières in a special format called GESTE: Groupe d'Échanges Spontanés sur les Tic en Éducation. We are watching the #geste2015 hashtag on Twitter.
Students in initial training, enrolled in an educational sciences program in Quebec are invited to participate in the main activity center in Quebec at a special price. We must act quickly, registrations end on Friday!
In early summer 2014, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) inaugurated, in collaboration with the Institute of Education of the University of London, a first MOOC on teaching and use of ICT at primary level. Both theoretical and practical, this MOOC takes place on the Coursera platform.
The Higher Education Council released on June 3 an opinion entitled Professional development: enrichment for the entire teaching profession. In this opinion, the Council maintains that the professional development of teaching staff is a major source of enhancement of the profession, provided that each teacher is truly at the heart of this process.
The very first edition of the Rendez-vous des écoles francophones en network (REFER) took place on March 20 and 21 in various locations, some of whose activities were shared by webcast. Today we come back to the main features of the event.
Nearly 150 teachers and pedagogical advisers are gathering today at the Collège des Compagnons for a new kind of professional development day. What are they going to discuss in particular? We don't know until the exchanges start! This is an edcamp.
Take the world's best courses, online and free. This is the slogan of Coursera, a distance learning platform offering more and more comprehensive courses aimed at democratizing access to higher education.