mathematics

Online teaching in January: two secondary 1 classes experience a collaborative mathematical challenge

Learning that teaching would be done online after the holiday break, Frédéric Ouellet, math teacher at Collège Sainte-Anne de La Pocatière, had the idea of offering an unusual activity to his students. This is how he organized a mathematical challenge with his colleague Mélanie Morissette, a teacher for her part at Collège Saint-Joseph, located 550 kilometers away, in Gatineau!

Access and use of digital resources in mathematics education

Jocelyn Dagenais, secondary school mathematics teacher and resource person for RÉCIT at the Center de services scolaire des Hautes-Rivières, presents the text he proposed as part of the consensus conference on the use of digital technology in education organized by the CTREQ. “Digital technology is transforming the ways of doing mathematics. However, we still teach the same calculation methods,” he writes.

OLOfusion relies on technology to consolidate the achievements of young people in mathematics

Communiqué - OLOfusion offers fun and inclusive tools, based on a color code, thus helping as many young people as possible to learn to tell the time.

Doing math differently in high school (Rediffusion)

Discover Web resources that will revolutionize your classroom (especially in high school). Meyer, Kaplinsky, Banting and many others will boost your practice! Welcome to the world of Maths Autrement!

Teach and assess mathematics differently in high school

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.

Microlab ExAO: to visualize science

Professor Nonnon of the University of Montreal has designed a computerized microlaboratory that allows the results of an experiment to be quickly visualized, thus making science and mathematics more concrete for students.

Les #Édubrèves - Notice of research and finds

This week, we introduce you to Lyne who is actively looking for Secondary IV math teachers (CST and SN) and their students to experience a new online review course. We have added a few finds in this edition of #ÉduBrèves!

Desmos for all disciplines

Although the Desmos application is mainly associated with the field of mathematics, the online educational tool has evolved a lot since its creation and can easily be used in all school disciplines, both at primary and secondary level.

Groundhogs playing meteorologists

February 2 is Groundhog Day. Halfway between winter and spring, that's when North America's most popular groundhogs set out in search of their shade to announce an early spring ... or not.

Ideas for doing math differently (at the primary level) (Rediffusion)

Discover Web resources that will revolutionize your classroom (especially in elementary school). Meyer, Kaplinsky, Banting and many others will boost your practice! Welcome to the world of Maths Autrement!