“Tablets, most often though not exclusively iPads, are fast making their way into the class. I’ve often been asked whether they should be put in the hands of kindergarten children…” – Christane Dufour Check out Christiane Dufour’s blog on Tablets at this location… Tablet Technology in Kindergarten
Playing With Poetry was a web event hosted by LEARN, with Melanie Stonebanks, where numerous methods to bring playful poetry into the English Language Arts curriculum. Geared for the Elementary classroom, this session encouraged and exposed the power and passion that poetry possesses. Below is the link to the Playing with Poetry web event archive. The archive page includes some inspiring resources, as [...]
LEARN has recently released Success Check, a new resource for Quebec anglophone students and teachers that will allow them to access tests and personalized study guides for the following courses: Math Cycle 2, Year 1 Math Cycle 2, Year 2 Science option (effective May 20, 2011) Science and Technology Cycle 2, Year 2 Science and [...]
LEARN is still accepting registrations for the LEARN-RÉCIT full day April workshops: – Lesson design made easy with interactive white boards; – Media literacy which addresses the Media Literacy and Production requirements of the secondary ELA program; – EPearl, an ePortfolio as a tool to develop self-directed learning in line with our QEP; – Taking [...]
Once again this year, free online tutoring is offered for for Quebec students through SOS LEARN. Thank you for bringing this service to the attention of students and parents. See attachment.
Great news! LEARN has just signed a contract with the Media Awareness Network for their excellent media literacy and digital literacy professional development and classroom resources. As of June 3, all you have to do is log on to the LEARN website and you will have access to the following Canadian-based resources: Web Awareness Workshop [...]
Feb 10/09: LEARN-RECIT hosted a workshop titled “Building Interactive Lessons with Interactive Whiteboards.” The workshop gave teachers time to network with other Interactive Whiteboard users and to collaboratively design lessons. ESSB was represented by Sandra Blanger, Jessica Main-Denis and Ray Venables. For more information, visit WQSB RECIT’s Lisa Diner’s website here.