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From January 29 to January 31, the 2015 edition of the event “Clair - Seeing education differently” will be held. If the event is sold out, it will still be possible to follow the conferences through the live webcast.
Since its first edition in 2010, Clair became a unmissable event in the professional development calendar of teachers eager for innovation. It takes place within the walls of the Haut-Madawaska Learning Center, an elementary school recognized for its avant-garde, located in the village of Clair, New Brunswick, not far from the Quebec border.
The activities will begin on January 29 with a conference by Mario Asselin entitled “From the education network to networked education”. January 30 will be a busy day, with the educational fair and the winning practices forum in the morning, then inspiring lectures in the afternoon. We will live there in particular a "Ignite" session, whose evocative slogan is "Pack us up, but make it quick!" ", Then we will hear Martin Lessard (" Welcome to the augmented world: impacts and challenges of technologies "), followed by the French guests Christophe Batier and Marcel Lebrun and their conference" Between digital mirage and educational turns, hybridization for school of tomorrow ”. The evening will also be occupied by the lecture by Raymond Vaillancourt, “A vision: for what? ". Finally, the morning of January 31 will allow us to hear Mario Chiasson and his testimony “Let's redefine learning”, then Lise Galuga, from Ontario, with her conference “Rethinking education in the age of Google”.
The École branchée will be on site to report on the activities. You will be able to read some reports soon in our pages. Also, be sure to follow the participants live on Twitter via the hashtag #.clear2015 as well as webcast of conferences, provided through a partnership with the Université de Moncton, Edmundston campus. Oh, and don't forget, it's an hour later in the Maritimes!