Digital Trophies 2018: The winners have been announced!

Organized by TÉLUQ and under the theme of the next CIRTA congress, the Digital Trophies competition aims to highlight innovative educational projects that combine digital technologies, tools and approaches.

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Organized by TÉLUQ and under the theme of the CIRTA congress, the competition Digital trophies is intended to highlight innovative educational projects that combine technologies, tools and digital approaches. Wishing to reward "achievements that promote or improve the learning of people of all ages and from all situations", this competition offers a showcase for nominated projects and inspires education players in terms of educational innovation.

Innovative projects rewarded

Preschool / primary / secondary education environment

The finalists in the category of preschool, elementary and secondary education were:

The winner : Use of a humanoid robot with students with learning difficulties at the University of Montreal.

College / university higher education environment

The finalists in the college / university higher education category were:

The winner is: Fovéa - Giving a voice to students.

Workplace training environment

The finalists in the workplace category were:

The winner : Settings. Laboratory of knowledge of trades in vocational training: a virtual space for reflective practice.

General public

The finalists in the general public category were:

The winner is: Academos: the essential application to find the job of your dreams.

To these four categories, two additional prizes were awarded, namely the Price Educational innovation won by Box 21 and the Public Prize granted to Sonia Houle.

Congratulations to the finalists and winners!

About La CIRTA
The Community for Innovation and Research on Technologies in Teaching / Learning has for mission " foster networking of experts, researchers, professionals and graduate students in order to advance research and innovation on theories, models, methods, systems and tools in the field of teaching / learning using technologies, whatever the environment […], or the modality […], and whatever the age or profile of the learner. »Since 2015, CIRTA has been organizing an annual congress that brings together experts and enthusiasts in education with the aim of exchanging research results and innovative experiences with the help of ICTs.

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Julie R.-Bordeleau
Julie R.-Bordeleau
Former teacher and mother of a military family of 4 boys, Julie R-Bordeleau is an alternative learning guide and author. She loves discovering new educational and holistic resources and approaches that allow her clients to learn and develop in different ways, depending on their needs. Its website, its newsletter and its services are dedicated to adults who are changing the world in their own way, whether they are parents-educators, parents or professionals.

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