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.

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Strategies for effective studying! (Replay)

Find out how to guide your students towards active study. We have the impression that the majority of our students know how to study, but when asked, they tell us that to do so, they read their course notes. Therefore, it is important to model what a good study is so that it brings concrete results. Using several apps like Inspiration, Kahoot, Quizlet, Brainscape and many more, see how to engage your students in their study in a fun and effective way!

Neuroscience applied to learning sequences

Here is a summary of the 7 neuroeducational principles that are at the heart of a book written by Steve Masson, Activate your neurons to better learn and teach. Enough to help your students in their learning!

Les #Édubrèves - Notice of research and finds

This week, we introduce you to Lyne who is actively looking for Secondary IV math teachers (CST and SN) and their students to experience a new online review course. We have added a few finds in this edition of #ÉduBrèves!

How to help students develop learning strategies

It is a fact, the more young people advance in their schooling, the more the complexity of the concepts and the workload increase. At the time of an exam, they may be confused by the amount of material to be revised. Here is how a teacher decided to support her students in the development of learning strategies.

An application to promote reinforcement

How is it possible to promote the reinforcement and reactivation of certain notions in the students, without it becoming exhausting, stressful and boring for them? Technology is becoming a solution for the students of Collège Sainte-Anne.

Digital at the service of our brain

Two years ago, Steve Masson presented a Webinar that offered study techniques based on the reproduction of assessment situations in a review context. In 2019, how can digital technology support and motivate our students in their revision? There are several great apps to help them out, here are a few.

Time to revise?

There are about two months left before the end of the school year, but some parents are already thinking about the revision, either in view of the end-of-year exams, or to prevent the children from losing control during the summer.