During his recent educational expedition to Finland, our collaborator Marc-André Girard spoke with Sini Kontkanen, from the digital education research group TOTY. Listen to the interview as a podcast or read its report here!
François Guité, consultant in educational sciences in Quebec, and André Tricot, professor of cognitive psychology at the University Paul Valéry Montpellier 3 and researcher in the Epsylon laboratory, recently discussed digital inclusion. Report.
The 46th Annual Meeting of the Institute for Learning Disabilities will be held from March 24 to 26. As part of this event, more than 120 conferences will be offered on a variety of hot topics, including resilience, collaboration and inclusion.
In this text, we will draw a portrait of allophone students in mathematics in order to fully understand the difficulties they may encounter and we will suggest means of flexibility to be implemented in the classroom according to the needs observed.
École branchée has launched its special issue 'Towards Inclusive Education', which brings together leading authors in the field of inclusion of people living with a difference, as well as expert perspective on how technologies can increase the capacity of the education system to meet the needs of all students.