New Brunswick

Tips for moving forward with flipped classroom

The flipped classroom consists of transmitting more theoretical knowledge to students through video capsules. Annick Arsenault Carter, a Grade 7 teacher at École Le Mascaret in New Brunswick, recently shared her advice.

Tips for teachers who want to experiment with Minecraft Education

Martin Pelletier, Grade 3 and 4 teacher at École Le Sommet in Moncton, New Brunswick, uses the Minecraft Education app extensively with his students. He shares some tips for teachers who want to explore it with their students.

From the creative laboratory to sustainable development

With a creative laboratory, it is possible for teachers to bring their young people to reflect on the objectives of sustainable development. We spoke with two New Brunswick teachers who offer very concrete projects in this direction to their students.

Support for the deployment of creative laboratories in schools in the Maritimes and collaboration with Quebec

Since the mid-2010s, elementary and secondary school teachers in the Maritime provinces have been able to count on Brilliant Labs / Labos Créatives to support them in their creative projects with their students. We recently had the opportunity to speak with Natacha Vautour, coordinator of Francophone projects for the organization.

Traces to see Clear

You could not attend the event Clair 2013 To see education differently? The strength of the network and the sharing means that many traces have been left on the Web by participants. We almost have the impression that we can relive the conference! Brief return ...

Back to Clair 2011: vision of the future… (Second part)

From January 27 to 29, the Clair2011 international meeting was held in Clair, New Brunswick, a gathering of educators (teachers, students, CP, people from the New Brunswick Department of Education, APTICA , etc.), but also a few business people interested in education, Web 2.0 and collaboration. Teachers Sylvain Bérubé and Catherine Lapointe share with us their experience there. (Last of two parts.)

Back to Clair 2011: vision of the future… (1st part)

From January 27 to 29, the Clair2011 international meeting was held in Clair, New Brunswick, a gathering of educators (teachers, students, CP, people from the New Brunswick Department of Education, APTICA , etc.), but also a few business people interested in education, Web 2.0 and collaboration. Teachers Sylvain Bérubé and Catherine Lapointe share with us their experience there. (First of two parts.)

Clair 2011: inspiration to educate differently

In the wake of the success of the Clair 2010 conference, the organizers will hold Clair 2011, on January 27, 28 and 29 at the Haut-Madawaska Learning Center in Clair. “This is our way of bringing quality lecturers, in French, to New Brunswick,” explains Roberto Gauvin, principal of this school. We are far from major centers, but we have set up an international conference! "

1st school district composed entirely of community schools

New Brunswick - The 20 schools in School District 5, L'Étoile du Nord, are now all recognized by the New Brunswick Department of Education as community schools.