FESTIVAL DU LIVRE – ESSB Bookfest 2014 – Activities

Where the activity will be held Activity description NCHS- All classes A story will be born on Monday the 7th in the Pre-kindergarten room and be passed from class to class all week for everyone to build the plot. The book will have visited every room in every grade level by Friday. The masterpiece of […]


Learning Toolkit (LTK), ePearl Video Resources for Teachers!

Posted by admin on August 29, 2013 in Arts, Course Subjects, English, French, Geography, How-to, LTK, Math, Science, Social Sciences, Video |

Links on this page will provide a brief video clip about the topic indicated. Overview of the ePearl concept http://grover.concordia.ca/epearl/promo/en/videos/promo_video.php Virtual Tour of the ePearl environment: http://grover.concordia.ca/epearl/tutorial/index.php How to Login: http://grover.concordia.ca/epearl/tutorial/login.php   Level 1 (Grades 1 & 2): http://grover.concordia.ca/epearl/tutorial/level1.php Introduction (3:03) General Goals (1:30) Readings (4:17) How to Create a New Reading Feedback from Peer […]


Quebec Sci-Tech Educators Network

Posted by admin on May 5, 2013 in Course Subjects, Science |

Teaching the Science & Technology curriculum is demanding. . . The programs are jammed with content and yet teachers are expected to teach with a problem solving/project based style using ‘L.E.S.’ activities – an approach that generally requires a removal of some content for this approach to work. In addition there are two paths (general […]


Social Science iPad App’s

Posted by admin on April 14, 2013 in Course Subjects, Geography, Science |

Hello Everyone, In case you have Ipads being used by students in your school, please find below, a list of iPad App’s that your Social Science teachers may find useful for their classes and students. Thanks again to Lavergne Fequet and the Deen Social Science Sub-Committee.   Secondary Social Sciences Free iPad Apps  


Flipped Classroom

The Flipped Classroom is an exciting relatively new concept more and more teachers are discovering. While probably best with Secondary students, it can work for other levels as well. The concept is that students would sit through the lecture portion of their studies through some form of technology, e.g.: online videos, power points, etc. and […]


Blog Link to Some Great Sites

Try this blog out for size! I found it while browsing Education Beyond Borders site. The Titanic, Anatomy and Top 18 Teaching and Learning Websites are amazing. 8-most-read-articles-in-educational-technology


LEARN announces Success Checker

Posted by admin on May 13, 2011 in LEARN, Math, Quebec Content, Science |

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 […]

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Google Body

Posted by admin on December 21, 2010 in Google, Science, Web Resources |

You’ve heard of the Google tools such as Google Images, Google Video, Google Maps, Google News, Google Books, Google Mail (a.k.a. gmail), Google Finance, Google Translate, Google Scholar, Google Blogs, etc. (What? You thought that Google was just a search engine?) If you think that’s a lot, wait until you see the projects in development […]

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Online Periodic Table of the Elements

Posted by admin on December 15, 2010 in Science |

A colleague of mine once advised me never to be cheap when shopping for reference materials such as dictionaries or encyclopedias. “Reference books are like gold,” he claimed. I agree with that advice except today I would go further and claim that interactive reference material is gold! Science teachers will welcome the Dynamic Periodic Table […]

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