On the occasion of Digital Education Day, the Quebec Ministry of Education officially launched My Class, the national platform for digital educational resources. This is being rolled out gradually within the school network.
The Carrefour education website will be inactive as of July 30. The Quebec Ministry of Education (MEQ) recently announced that its content will be transferred to the new open school platform. For Quebec schools, this is the end of an era.
In order to make the educational content accessible to the greatest number of pupils, whether they have learning difficulties or not, the concept of multimodality is essential. Jean Chouinard, advisor to the RÉCIT national service in special education, presents many examples.
Vittascience, the online platform dedicated to programming in the educational environment, offers a new functionality to facilitate the allocation of educational content and the monitoring of learners.
Managing appointments for parents' meetings is a headache? Leave the reply coupons aside! Here is a solution that takes advantage of digital technology and which adapts particularly well to meetings that have become virtual, in addition to rallying a majority of technophiles: Calendly. We explain to you!
Did you know that article 7 of the Quebec Education Act allows parents to be billed only for documents in which the student writes, draws and cuts? In this open letter, the Edteq Association calls for the law to be "brought up to date" so that it can also include the purchase and subscription to applications and software.
At the time of the start of the school year and the development of distance education, the selection of the best online content is more than ever a priority. Students have access to a wealth of information, but is it verified and adapted to their needs? Appropriate resources for all French-speaking clients [Report commissioned by Encyclopædia Universalis]