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Publication by Catherine Rhéaume

About the Author

She has been an editor and writer for Profweb since 2013. She also teaches physics at Cégep Limoilou and is a sessional lecturer for qualifying courses at University Laval. Her work for Profweb fosters her interest for technopedagogy and encourages her to try innovative teaching practices.

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Published February 8, 2021

Academic Integrity in Assessment at a Distance or Outside the Classroom — Part 2: Moving Away from the Traditional Written Exam

Catherine Rhéaume Editor, Profweb

Plagiarism is on many teachers’ minds, especially in the context of distance learning. While there is no silver bullet against academic dishonesty, I offer you different strategies so that you can be confident that your students did write the answers or assignments that you are evaluating.

Multidisciplinary

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Published February 8, 2021

Academic Integrity in Assessment at a Distance or Outside the Classroom — Part 1: Prevention

Catherine Rhéaume Editor, Profweb

Plagiarism is on many teachers’ minds, especially in the context of distance learning. While there is no silver bullet against academic dishonesty, I offer you different strategies so that you can be confident that your students did write the answers or assignments that you are evaluating. In this article, I will offer strategies to prevent plagiarism and cheating.

Multidisciplinary

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Published January 27, 2021

Keeping Track of Students During Asynchronous Activities

Catherine Rhéaume Editor, Profweb

When we give our students activities to complete asynchronously, especially if they are staggered over many weeks, it is pertinent to have strategies to accompany them and to help them develop their autonomy.

Multidisciplinary

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Published October 1, 2020

In the CDC Collection: Using Game-Based Learning Online – A Cookbook of Recipes

Catherine Rhéaume Editor, Profweb

New resources are constantly being added to EDUQ.info, the open archive of the Centre de documentation collégiale (CDC). However, librarian Isabelle Laplante immediately thought of Profweb readers when she discovered Using Game-Based Learning Online – A Cookbook of Recipes from the eCampus Ontario Open Library. It's a digital book created by the University of Ottawa's Educational Games Group (The EGG). The book presents concrete ways to use gaming as a teaching strategy in a distance education course.

Multidisciplinary

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Published November 22, 2020

Different teaching models: face-to-face, distance, dual-mode and blended

Catherine Rhéaume Editor, Profweb

In 2020, physical distancing is forcing many teachers to adopt teaching models that are new to them. The approaches adopted vary from college to college, from department to department and even from teacher to teacher. There are many variations. To help you see more clearly and, who knows, guide your reflection for future sessions, here is a comparison of the main models:

Multidisciplinary

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Published September 14, 2020

Fighting “Zoom Fatigue” While Making Your Classes More Efficient

Catherine Rhéaume Editor, Profweb

In these times of physical distancing, are you suffering from “Zoom Fatigue”? Has the abundance of video conferences on your schedule led you to put yourself in the shoes of your students and ask yourself how they experienced a complete, full-time semester of remote learning? If synchronous video conferences definitely have a place in college education, each teacher can ask themselves what moments really need to be experienced live in a video conference and which ones can be executed otherwise.

Multidisciplinary

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