The concrete benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) in education are slow to be felt in Canada. While applications using AI do exist, few have any real impact in the classroom. In this article, our collaborator presents an application that relieves teachers of the heavy and repetitive task of correction.
Codesign, also called participatory design or participatory design, refers to an innovative working method centered on the user. Despite the fact that it is often associated with the entrepreneurial world, it can inspire the world of education.
At the last ACCPQ convention, there was talk of innovation in schools and the role of educational advisers in supporting everything. Our collaborator Laurie tells us about the stages and the process of commitment towards this state of innovation.
For the past year, I have traveled the Francophonie to meet different school environments and with a very specific intention in mind: to meet your needs in order to equip you to make better use of the digital resources available in your schools. Take a look at these unique moments: the made-to-measure CréaCamps.
Finalist for the 6th Prix Demain le Québec organized by the David Suzuki Foundation, Académie Sainte-Anne invites the general public to vote for its community and nurturing elementary school initiative from December 2 to 11.
Do personalized and relevant professional development while walking the dog? By doing the dishes? Traveling to work? Three education professionals from the Conseil scolaire Viamonde say that yes, it can be done!
In the field of educational sciences, innovation is reflected either in new production or in the improvement of certain teaching methods. More than ever before, open educational resources are contributing to educational innovation.