The Scandinavian concept of "forest schooling" is gaining momentum and more and more followers of the outside class, especially with the current health situation. A simple walk in the neighborhood can be a source of multiple learning in addition to oxygenating the brain. We present you activities to do with the students. (part 1: French and math!)
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.
To develop students' skills in problem solving, reasoning and mathematical communication, the teaching of geometry occupies an important place. To promote the engagement of your students, several interactive and digital resources are at your disposal.
At the last GRMS congress, Jules Bonin-Ducharme was awarded the Richard Pallascio prize for the originality of his article “Qui pens lui- learning! »Appeared in the autumn-winter 2017 edition of Envol magazine, the official publication of the GRMS.
The Scolab team is motivated by one desire: to unleash the joy of learning in classrooms. To do this, we must in particular reinvent the learning of mathematics, a challenge that the studio has decided to take up with the creation of the educational resource Netmath.