Gisella Scalia joined the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur (MEES) resource team which was assembled in the fall of 2017 to assist with the implementation of the Academic and Career Guidance Content (ACGCs) across Québec. Her title is almost as long as her career in education: Regional Resource Person for the Academic and Career Guidance […]
In August 2017 the Deputy Minister, Mme Sylvie Barcelo, announced the compulsory implementation of the Academic and Career Guidance Content (ACGC) in the 2017-2018 school year for Elementary Cycle Three. As well, the content items for Elementary Cycle Three have been revised, based on the experiences of the piloting schools. From the 11 that were […]
It’s never too late to start.” Talk with Our Kids About Money Day is coming up soon – April 18, 2018. Did you register your Secondary Level 1 class?
The completed electronic registration for this year’s Québec Entrepreneurship Challenge, “Défi OSEntreprendre,” must be officially submitted no later than 4 p.m. on Tuesday, March 14, 2017. The Défi OSEntreprendre 2017 site is up and running with a new fresh look. All the necessary resources are located under the first link in the menu: “Registration Student […]
September held a unique surprise for students returning to seven schools of the English Montreal School Board (EMSB). Travis Hall, Career Development Consultant at EMSB, reports that after installation and a successful series of workshops last year, the beehives set up in the spring were now stacked high with boxes filled with frames of honey.
Congratulations to the Mecatina School students, teachers, and the village of La Tabatière in the Littoral School Board for persevering with their goal to win the OSEntreprendre contest. The student project, GrEau, which is a hydroponic green vegetable growing operation, was a 2016 grand prize winner in OSEntreprendre.
The inauguration of the FOCUS students’ T-shirt printing project at Lindsay Place High School (LPHS) received a boost from an in-house brainstorming session with Brian Smith of the Canadian Federation for Economic Education (CFEE) which runs the financial literacy program: “Talk With Our Kids About Money.”
ChatterHigh is back this fall with a remodelled website, a new “class challenge” feature, and its second national post-secondary and career exploration competition called “Canada’s Most Informed School.” Beaconsfield High School teacher Jesse Hayes says, “ChatterHigh creates a win-win situation for both educators and students.”
The GOAL Post is funded by the MEES, through contributions from the Canada-Québec Agreement on Minority-Language Education and Second-Language Instruction.