Come discover how to use the potential of nature and the outdoors to make your teaching meaningful and engaging for your students. Learning outdoors is the opportunity to go further pedagogically, in a natural, open, creative, progressive and community environment. With the help of our specialist facilitator in the outdoor classroom, discuss basic concrete strategies for getting out of school walls and experiencing the benefits of outdoor learning and its impact on student success.
When approaching the topic of flexible design pedagogy, attention quickly turns to furniture and structures that stand out from a classic classroom setting. However, the most important remains the pedagogy.
When it comes to behavior management in the classroom or online, Julie April and Jérôme Lessard, advisers at the RÉCIT national service, personal development domain (RÉCIT DP), present some resources to help teachers.
What is too often missing in the feedback offered to students, according to researcher John Hattie, is an indication towards the next step required to progress, the “what's next”. And to promote progress, we must aim for commitment. Be careful, however, he recalls, “doing something” does not mean “being committed”! Let's take a closer look.
Read for inspiration! Our collaborator recalls what the Pygmalion effect is and explains how she uses it as a positive lever in her relationship with her students and in her classroom management in general.
In the era of the smart phone and all these connected objects that make our daily lives easier, our collaborator Marc-André Girard shares one of his recent findings helping to manage students' medication intake when they are at school. school.