TECHNOCompétences is organizing the Quebec component of the National ICT Career Week, in collaboration with the Canadian Coalition for a New Generation of ICT (CCTIC). The activities of the Week, which will be held in October in the greater Montreal area, aim to concretely discover the great diversity of careers in information and communications technologies (ICT) to young people in secondary 3 to 5.
Montreal, April 6, 2011 - A veritable whirlwind of scientific and social activities in a festive and family atmosphere, the Super Expo-sciences Hydro-Québec, Quebec final, will bring together the 100 best projects led by high school and college students (12 at 20), after selection during the 12 regional finals held in February and March.
Québec, March 30, 2011 - On April 14, 620 young people from the Capitale-Nationale region will be leaving school to get a taste of the job market thanks to the Young Explorers for a Day Day. The program is again available in the region to provide the experience to as many young people as possible. This very special day is of particular importance for Secondary IV and V students, as well as for CEGEP students, because for many of them, it will be the unique opportunity to discover the profession to which they aspire.
MONTREAL, April 7 / CNW Telbec / - “Three years after the unveiling of a first survey on cyberbullying, the CSQ is able to confirm today that the phenomenon is growing and that the action plan to counter violence in schools has not produced the expected results, ”said Réjean Parent, president of the Centrale des unions du Québec (CSQ), on the occasion of the unveiling of the results of a major CROP poll on the phenomenon of cyberbullying carried out for the CSQ.
The information and communications technologies (ICT) situation is improving in Quebec public schools. However, many computers are not suitable for efficient use of multimedia and the pedagogical integration of ICT remains a major challenge for teachers. This is what emerges from a report published by the Ministry of Education, Leisure and Sports (MELS) last November.
The educational tools allowing elementary and secondary school teachers to use the Apprentice Engineering Challenge (DAG) or Inventive Engineering Challenge (DGI) as a classroom learning situation are available on the website of the Scientific Leisure Development Council (CDLS). ). By starting the project now, teachers have plenty of time to complete the project in their class.
To please her boyfriend, a teenage girl sends him sexually explicit photos or videos of herself. The relationship ends and the young man decides to email the material to all of his friends or stream it to YouTube. Unfortunately, this is an increasingly frequent situation in secondary schools in Quebec.