School-community partnership: online tutoring during class hours

Since last fall, teachers at the Deux-Rives school in Saint-Georges have benefited from the support of volunteers from the Mouvement des Aidants scolaire in order to offer personalized tutoring to their students. A service that is available everywhere in Quebec for schools that request it.

What should a child know about artificial intelligence?

An American task force is currently examining the type of knowledge preschool, elementary and secondary school students should have and the skills they should develop in connection with artificial intelligence.

Communication, a skill to work on

Secondary 5 student Aleksi Klimis proposes in this article the creation of a new course aimed at improving communication skills of secondary school students. Here is the text he shared with us.

Collège Durocher Saint-Lambert is starting to collect data related to the mental health of its students with the platform.

Press release - In order to support its students, promote well-being and demystify mental health, Collège Durocher Saint-Lambert has implemented the Dis-moi platform for its students in Secondary 1 to 5.

Students make their virtual reality glasses

Students from L'Horizon High School were able to experience virtual reality for the first time this year.

Your Exposciences project at OCTAS?

The next OCTAS Gala, of the ACTION TI Network, will take place on May 25, 2017 at the Quebec City Convention Center. Your students' Hydro-Québec Exposciences projects could be represented in the Prix Jeunesse en TI category.

"High schools should eliminate grades, exams and classes"

From September 29 to October 3, 33 representatives from ten countries around the world gathered in Waterloo, Ontario, for the Equinox Learning 2030 Summit, to imagine the high school of tomorrow. Here are some highlights of the learning model they recommend.

Rethinking high school at the Learning 2030 summit this weekend

This weekend, some of the world's brightest minds in education will gather in Waterloo to imagine, from a completely new perspective, what high school for newborns could look like. from 2013.

REFAD is recruiting facilitators for its 2013-2014 training courses

The Francophone Distance Education Network of Canada is preparing its offer of training offered by Internet-assisted audio conferencing this year.

A portrait of young Quebecers who finish high school

On the eve of the Summit on Higher Education, the Federation of Private Education Institutions (FÉEP) shares certain conclusions of a survey it conducted to adequately identify the needs of these young people who are moving to CEGEPs and universities. Quebec universities.