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Bruno Poellhuber, professor in the département de psychopédagogie et d'andragogie at l'Université de Montréal, discusses results from a survey conducted among Cegep students on their IT attitudes and skills as well as the ...
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This week's column announces another key event in the Quebec College Network's calendar of events.
Douglas College hosts Living Library on health and literacyThe Tri-City News2 event, with a variety of human books available for borrowing covering such topics as nutrition, speech, language and swallowing, storytelling, ESL, mental health,...
CorrectiveFeedback enables you to automate a large part of the marking process and to also make the feedback you give more effective. It does this through using a number of marking ‘grids’ which you can customise to the needs of your students and the nature of your assignment.
The Professional Development Consortium in Modern Foreign Languages (PDC in MFL) gives teachers access to eight key principles of teaching and learning languages, which are based on research evidence. The Consortium was set up by researchers at the University of Reading Institute of Education and University of Oxford Department of Education. It is made up of classroom language…
The Society for the Promotion of the Teaching of English as a Second Language
RASCALS stands for Regroupement au service des cégeps, anglais langue seconde. It is the SIG (special interest group) of SPEAQ that is concerned with issues related to CEGEP or college level English as a second language instruction.
Ali Boumoussa's insight:
We are delighted to announce that RASCALS 2014 will be held at Ahuntsic College 11-12 June 2014 under the theme, "Everthing Cegep teachers should know About....".
10 Strategies To Get Your Students Coding by James Walker Teachers struggle to teach budding minds important concepts, but the fact is that America is lacking in science and engineering. In a video aimed at...
CBC.caParty atmosphere, strident messageMontreal GazetteThere was no denying the magnitude of the message delivered by striking university and CEGEP students on Thursday, as tens of thousands marched peacefully - albeit noisily - through downtown ...
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