École branchée educational meetings

Following the Rendez-vous for Educational Success - The École branchée presents the Apéro in education.

This Thursday, April 1, 5 p.m., come and chat with us during a Facebook Live where we will discuss educational success and academic perseverance with our guests.

Universal Design for Learning: Benefits and Challenges

We met Cathy Brazeau, director of pedagogical development at Collège Sainte-Anne, to talk about universal design for learning (CUA), an inclusive course planning approach that takes into account, upstream, the needs of all learners. .

Combining academic and culinary learning is possible!

Marie-Claude Bernard, technician in nutrition and food management at the Pavillon du Millénaire (CS des Rives-du-Saguenay), presents the workshops and projects aimed at educating young people in healthy lifestyles.

Vary the oral teaching and say goodbye to "Hello, I am going to present my presentation to you"

Julie Noël is a pedagogical advisor at the RÉCIT National Service, in the field of languages. She tells us about different ways to vary the teaching of oral communication skills to move away from artificial formulations to the “Thank you for listening to me! "!

Healthy relationships between colleagues, to find (and keep!) Your way as a teacher

Nancie Bouchard teaches in 1st year at the CSDM. Convinced that she is a “very ordinary” teacher, she talks to us about what allows her to keep her passion for teaching day after day and to dare to embark on something new: her colleagues.

Les VenteTIC: a community of practice for CSDM pedagogical advisers

Annie Dumay and Manon Desrosiers, educational advisers at the local RÉCIT service of the Commission scolaire de Montréal, present the concept of VendTIC to us.

The Lab-School to create inspiring schools

Guylaine Plourde, grade 6 teacher at the Chemin-du-Roy school board, tells us about her participation in the work of the LAB-School on the project of the municipality of Maskinongé, in the Mauricie region.

Develop student autonomy with digital devices

We met Andréanne Pelletier, grade 5 teacher at the Millennium Pavilion, who talks about the development of student autonomy with the use of a digital device in the classroom.

Digital technology and the response model (RAI) for inclusive education

Nadine Martel-Octeau, from the local RÉCIT service of the Pointe-de-l'Île School Board, talks about the use of digital technology in the implementation of the response to the intervention.

Plan quality time to bring your educational project to life

We met Marie-Josée Villeneuve, director of the Millennium Pavilion, who presented us with the time management strategies put in place to promote consultation and teamwork.