Profweb

New Resources

View all resources

Real Life Stories

Influencerban

Published May 9, 2021

Influencing the Progress of an Authentic Task Simulation in Distance Learning

Eric Tremblay Teacher, Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy

Putting students in contact with their future work environment is, for them, as formative as it is motivating. In a course that I teach in the Paramedic Care Program, I had the exceptional collaboration of 4 paramedics who agreed to do a pre-hospital emergency care

Auxiliary Nursing Technology

Real Life Stories

Dynamique prox2 ban

Published May 6, 2021

Creating a Sense of Proximity With Your Students, Even at a Distance: Supporting Students Continually (2/2)

Julien Martineau Teacher, Marianopolis College

Mastering the functionalities of digital tools and platforms in order to accomplish specific tasks is already a challenge in itself, for both students and teachers. There is another level of difficulty: how do you combine these platforms and their functionalities in order to create an interesting, motivating and effective learning dynamic? As I am already comfortable with technology and have an interest in inclusive pedagogy [in French], this aspect of the distance learning relationship is of particular interest to me. I would like to present how I tried to establish a sense of proximity with my students in the context of my Poésie, slam et rap francophones [French poetry, slam and rap] course.

Multidisciplinary

Real Life Stories

Dynamque de proxban

Published April 29, 2021

Creating a Sense of Proximity With Your Students, Even at a Distance: Balancing Synchronous and Asynchronous Sessions (1/2)

Julien Martineau Teacher, Marianopolis College

Mastering the functionalities of digital tools and platforms in order to accomplish specific tasks is already a challenge in itself, for both students and teachers. There is another level of difficulty: how do you combine these platforms and their functionalities in order to create an interesting, motivating and effective learning dynamic? As I am already comfortable with technology and have an interest in inclusive pedagogy [in French], this aspect of the distance learning relationship is of particular interest to me. I would like to present how I tried to establish a sense of proximity with my students in the context of my Poésie, slam et rap francophones [French poetry, slam and rap] course.

Languages and Literature

Articles

Interban

Published April 29, 2021

Intercollegiate Sustainability Collaboration: Teamwork Beyond Institutional Limits

Alexandre Enkerli Technopedagogical Advisor, Support and Innovation in Digital Pedagogy, Collecto

As a province-wide network, our college system benefits learning professionals who wish to collaborate actively through meaningful initiatives emanating from diverse institutions. The Intercollegiate Sustainability Collaboration is such a project, funded by Entente Canada-Québec (ECQ) where its French title is « Initiatives d’espaces verts dans 4 collèges : améliorer la conscience écologique grâce à l’initiation aux pratiques d’agriculture durable et à l’action des étudiants » [Green space initiatives in 4 colleges: improving ecological awareness thanks to an initiation to sustainable agricultural practices and to student action].

Multidisciplinary

Articles

Profil TIC

Droit d'auteurban

Published April 26, 2021

Respecting Copyright in Distance Education

Catherine Rhéaume Editor, Profweb

<p>Can a film be shown during a synchronous activity? Can you distribute photocopies of a book on Moodle or LÉA? It is easy to get lost in all the considerations associated with copyright in education, especially when it comes to distance learning. This article aims to provide some information to college teachers about their obligations and options for reproducing or distributing content.</p>

Multidisciplinary

Real Life Stories

Labosban

Published April 21, 2021

At-home Biology Labs in Times of Pandemic

Neerusha Gokool Baurhoo Teacher, Vanier College

To allow my students to do their biology labs at a distance, I prepared for them some small kits that they can get at the Cégep in exchange for a refundable deposit. I have completely revised the labs that I usually do during my in-person courses to create new ones that allow the students to acquire the same analysis competencies, in a different context. The students consider those labs to be as engaging as they are formative, even more than the labs that they normally do in class. I am also delighted by the results!

Biology

Articles

Hypoban

Published April 18, 2021

Hypothesis — A Digital Tool to Foster Student Ownership of Reading Assignments

Alexandre Enkerli Technopedagogical Advisor, Support and Innovation in Digital Pedagogy, Collecto
Susan MacNeil Editor, Profweb

Hypothesis is a free open-source platform that not only provides students with a different way to demonstrate they’ve done the reading but more importantly allows students to work together to share information and build on the work of others.

Multidisciplinary

Real Life Stories

Centraliserban

Published April 15, 2021

Centralizing Communications on Teams to Provide Better Guidance to Students

Barbara Augustin Teacher, Cégep de Saint-Laurent
Dominique Dufault Teacher, Cégep de Saint-Laurent

In the Bioecology Technology program, 3rd-year students must set up a research project that is spread over 2 courses, Initiation à la recherche 1 and Initiation à la recherche 2 [Introduction to Research 1 and 2]. In order to provide better guidance to our students, Barbara Augustin saw the potential of Teams for group work. We decided to maximize the use of this digital tool to centralize communications and promote collaboration between students and teachers.

Natural Science Technology

Pexels lukas 577210 2

Published April 13, 2021

Data, Information, and Decision Making

Florence Sedaminou Muratet Learning Technology Advisor, Vitrine technologie-éducation

What are artificial intelligence (AI), analytics, and other digital technologies with regards to your data? That is the question that Ph.D. candidate Helene-Sarah Becotte decided to answer during her webinar called "Comprendre l’intelligence artificielle", l’analytique et d’autres technologies on February 2, 2021.

Multidisciplinary

News

See all News

Calendar

  • 1Jun2021

    CRISPESH - UDL@Dawson | Virtual Symposium 2021

    Symposia and Congresses

    June 1 to 3, 2021

    CRISPESH and UDL@Dawson invite researchers and higher education stakeholders to look back at 10 years of inclusive pedagogy in Quebec's colleges and universities. 

  • 2Jun2021

    SALTISE Annual Conference | Moving Forward Together: Opportunities and Challenges for Pedagogical Innovation

    SALTISE | Symposia and Congresses

    June 2 to 4, 2021

    This June we will come together to reconnect with you at our 10th annual conference. Our title represents the importance we place on working together as we reflect on what has been learned by the challenges of the last months. Some pivots have resulted in less than ideal solutions while others have revealed new opportunities. Our conference will be a chance to examine what we might want to keep and foster after this giant experiment.

  • 7Jun2021

    RASCALS colloquium 2021 | Nurturing Our Roots to Continue Thriving

    Symposia and Congresses

    June 7 to 8, 2021

    SPEAQ, in collaboration with the hosting committee at Cégep Limoilou, is pleased to invite the ESL college community to its annual RASCALS colloquium, which will be held online on June 7- 8, 2021. The organizing committee invites college-level ESL teachers in Québec as well as colleagues in related fields at the post-secondary level in Québec and elsewhere to share their insight, practices and experiences in relation to the colloquium’s theme: Nurturing Our Roots to Continue Thriving.

See the complete calendar