A wind of change is blowing through the teaching and evaluation practices of secondary mathematics teachers at the Center de services scolaire de Montréal (CSSDM). Indeed, the constraints linked to the pandemic and the obligation to teach at a distance have given rise to questions and reflections on several subjects, and more specifically on evaluation.
Discover a new concept of educational activity imagined and developed by a mathematics teacher which is based on a program used and known to all, PowerPoint, and which combines both the popularity of escape games and that of video games.
Do you know Ululab, the studio that designed the award-winning educational game Slice Fractions? We present to you the fascinating story of this collaboration between university researchers and commercial video game developers!