The transition to distance learning has been an opportunity for teachers, lecturers and professors at all levels (primary, secondary, college and university) to experiment with new digital tools. Now that students are back in the classroom, actors in the education sector are taking a look at the uses of these tools to ensure that some of the lessons learned remain.
With all the choices of technological tools available to us, it's easy to get lost. In fact, every tool has its strengths and weaknesses, and, no, there isn't one better tool than another. Here are some ways to make a choice according to YOUR reality.
Since being kind and sharing are in the spotlight today, Mélanie Rizk, a mother working in education for more than 20 years, has chosen today to announce the availability of the TACTILEO platform to teachers in Quebec.
Press release - On this World Day of Love, benevolence and sharing are in the spotlight! And it was on this occasion that the Tactileo digital learning platform officially made its debut in Quebec, promising to facilitate the creation and sharing of fun educational content for young people, while making it easier to monitor their progress.
In distance education, it is difficult to observe students in real time when they are doing homework. The Classkick and Formative resources represent an interesting option for promoting remote feedback.