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Nous ne cessons pas de jouer parce que nous sommes vieux; nous devenons vieux parce que nous cessons de jouer. George Bernard Shaw
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What Motivates Students to Want to Learn Science?

March 17, 2015 – 10:51 am | 10 Comments | 5,005 views

How do you motivate your students to learn more about science? Tell us below or tweet @learnquebec.
Imagine that the bell rings to end your science class and you hear groans from your students. “Do we have …

Curiosity in the (Science) Classroom

January 19, 2015 – 4:48 pm | 2 Comments | 2,806 views

How do you foster true curiosity in your students? Tell us below or by tweeting @learnquebec.
In a recent professional development session, our team of online teachers were learning about and discussing inquiry-based learning. One of …

Is “The Scientific Method” Good Enough for Today’s Science Classroom?

January 13, 2015 – 4:45 pm | 4 Comments | 2,460 views

Do you think The Scientific Method is too linear or too rigid for the science classroom? Tell us below or tweet @learnquebec.
I had the privilege of attending a talk given by Dr. Joe Schwartz at …

How should we teach Inquiry-based Science?

December 15, 2014 – 12:28 pm | 10 Comments | 2,551 views

What kind of student-centered practices do you use in your science classroom? Tell us below or tweet @learnquebec.
As a science teacher in the 70s and 80s and then as a science consultant in the 90s, …

Inquiry-Based Science Education: What is it? Does it Work?

December 2, 2014 – 9:48 am | 4 Comments | 2,327 views

Is science education preparing students for real work in scientific fields? Tweet @learnquebec
The research is in. Active inquiry-based learning in the science classroom leads to a deeper understanding of science. Or does it? I remember …

Canadian Parents for French: Fier du bilinguisme canadien

November 25, 2014 – 10:53 am | One Comment | 3,461 views

Collaboration spéciale de Marla Williams, Coordonnatrice CPF-Québec.

Question de la rédaction: What impact has bilingualism had on your life? Share your stories here or on Twitter @learnquebec
Canadian Parents for French (CPF) est le réseau national de bénévoles …

Authentic experience: Students writing for real audiences

November 11, 2014 – 11:48 am | 4 Comments | 2,640 views

I was a first year teacher writing on the chalkboard, simultaneously trying to keep an eye on a room of rowdy secondary 2 students.  Suddenly, I heard the words that always  make me shudder.  “Sir, …

La ludification d’une classe de FLS

September 24, 2014 – 11:56 am | Comments Off on La ludification d’une classe de FLS2,324 views

L’autre jour, j’écoutais un baladoweb de la série Freakonomics au sujet de la motivation, plus précisément, au sujet de comment éduquer les gens à faire des bons choix en terme de santé et d’obéissance aux …

Conjuguer est bien plus qu’un art ! 2e partie

June 10, 2014 – 10:42 am | Comments Off on Conjuguer est bien plus qu’un art ! 2e partie3,173 views

Collaboration spéciale de Nicole Brunet, enseignante et formatrice en didactique de la grammaire.
Conjuguer est bien plus qu’un art ! 1re partie

L’enseignement de la conjugaison remis en question
Ici et dans d’autres sociétés francophones, depuis déjà longtemps, des …

Conjuguer est bien plus qu’un art !

May 27, 2014 – 11:37 am | Comments Off on Conjuguer est bien plus qu’un art !2,161 views

Collaboration spéciale de Nicole Brunet, enseignante et formatrice en didactique de la grammaire.

Lors du congrès de l’AQEFLS en avril dernier, j’ai assisté à l’atelier Exit le Béscherelle ou conjuguer n’est pas un art. J’ai été enthousiasmée …