back to school

A good teacher-student relationship to promote success in school

Who says new school year usually means new students for a teacher. And with that comes, as you have probably experienced, the challenge of building positive relationships with young people.

A successful start to the school year: thoughts and expert advice

This week thousands of teachers are discovering the curious and enthusiastic faces of the students they will accompany for the next ten months. Today we offer you an interview with our back-to-school expert.

Resources to reduce back-to-school anxiety and support perseverance

Back to school: source of joy for one student, stress for the other. Discover the various resources of the PRECA to help you support them.

3 activities to foster bonding between students

Here are 3 simple ideas to do in class that will get a good start and help students get to know each other better at the start of the year.

More than 1 in 2 teachers use their personal money for class projects

Whether because of budget cuts, red tape or reorganization of funding, 53 % of 814 teachers surveyed said they used their own money to buy school supplies or carry out class projects. Is this also your case?

Back to school 2013 - Finding out about the contributions required from parents

Every year, the questions come back to the floor: what are the items that should appear on the list of supplies? Are there some that shouldn't be there? Discover the cheat sheet designed by associations to make life easier for everyone.

Back to school costs on average 705 $ per child

QUÉBEC, Aug. 7, 2013 / CNW Telbec / - As Quebec families prepare to rob stationery and large-scale stores ...

Start of the 2012 school year: more students in primary school, fewer in secondary school

As nearly a million young people return to school these days, the rise in the birth rate of recent years continues to be felt in elementary schools across the province.

The children of the "mini baby boom" arrive at school

In a few days, nearly a million young people will return to school benches across Quebec. Of these, more than 82,000 kindergarten students, about 4,000 more than for the 2010-2011 school year. The arrival of children from the “mini baby boom” continues.