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Newsletter and communication with parents (and students)

A delicate subject par excellence in the field of education, the delivery of the report card sometimes represents a communication challenge between teachers and parents, and even between parents and their children. Here are some things to consider.

Reflection on the evaluation and the delivery of report cards

For a second consecutive year, the Ministry of Education announced that there would be only two bulletins. What's more, the delivery of the first newsletter has just been moved due to the health context. The situation leads many education stakeholders to perceive evaluation differently.

Ongoing feedback and self-assessment from the class notebook (Replay)

Learn how to follow your students in a self-employed setting, using formative assessment and online and live feedback. See also how to help your students to appropriate the quality criteria as well as to carry out a self-assessment of the portfolio.

Applied Neuroscience in Education: Learning Better by Doing Better

Learn better by doing better ... and not more. This is what the 7 neuroeducational principles of Steve Masson propose. In this dossier, our collaborator Marie-Andrée Croteau presents each of the principles in order to guide teachers in their practice. It is not a question of adding steps to learning, but of adjusting them in order to optimize them to have an influence on the quality of student learning.

Ideas for fostering peer feedback in the classroom

Seeking peer review can contribute to a positive classroom climate and lead to richer productions, while decreasing the teacher's workload. How? 'Or' What? Here are two ideas that are easily applicable in high school.

Benevolence from a distance is 3D!

What do we learn from the way to maintain the bond with the pupils at a distance? It is by deploying a “3D” benevolence that we foster a positive relationship. But, what are these "3D"?

Feedback at the heart of an asynchronous course design

The RÉCIT MST completes the design of a Secondary IV science course intended to be offered entirely in asynchronous mode. In order to stimulate student engagement, the team focused on the feedback offered in a specific way.

Distance French: some winning strategies

How to teach and assess French at a distance? Several questions arise. Here are a few, along with tips to help you find answers.

How to make distance learning less distant and more "human"

What is the secret to maintaining human relationships through digital technology? It's unclear if it exists, but here are three tips to personalize distance learning and make it less distant.

The 5 keys to active pedagogy

To dare active pedagogy, even from a distance, Maxime Laflamme, pedagogical advisor at École branchée, invites you to discover the 5 keys which allow students to be supported in their pedagogical activation.