profession

A day dedicated to professional development

The 3rd Summit of Professional Development in Education (#SommetDP) was eagerly awaited. The event, organized by CADRE21 and many partners (including École branchée), was postponed last year due to the pandemic. It was worth the wait and the particularly rich exchanges throughout the day, both on stage between the invited panelists and in the chat between the participants. Here is our report.

Pandemic: Teachers Need Support

UQAM researchers surveyed teachers to better understand their affective and emotional states over the past year. Here are some elements of their conclusions.

#Jesuisprof

“When the teaching profession becomes dangerous because it gives birth to free beings, capable of changing the world for the better, because they are endowed with the capacity to think, more than ever, #JeSuisProf. »A reflection from our collaborator Marc-André Girard.

A look back at the Pan-Canadian Summit on the Teaching Profession

On March 29 and 30, the 5th International Summit on the Teaching Profession was held in Banff, Alberta. The day before, March 28, was devoted to the pan-Canadian component and brought together, among others, the members of the Council of Ministers of Education of Canada (CMEC). The Quebec Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Research (MEESR) invited various players from the world of education, including the Federation of Private Educational Institutions (FÉEP).

Choosing post-secondary education in the digital age

By March, Secondary V students will have to make an important choice in their lives: that of their post-secondary orientation. CEGEP? Professional studies? In what? Or? Here are some online resources to offer them to help them in this great time!

The professionalization of teaching: a blocked movement

On the occasion of the International Colloquium on Education, held on May 2 and 3 in Montreal, Professor Maurice Tardif reported on the situation regarding the recognition of the status of teachers in Quebec. A gloomy observation, a movement he says blocked, even after more than 30 years of efforts.