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Published May 12, 2017

The Research Competition Website

This pedagogical simulation aims at supporting teachers and students with the production of research work for courses such as Social Science Research Methods and Quantitative Methods in Social Science Research. It simulates the process of funds allocation for social science research in a manner similar to the yearly competitions held by funding councils.

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Published February 5, 2016

Successfully Implementing E-Portfolios

The interest in student-centered and competency-based pedagogical approaches, as well as the availability of development tools has renewed the interest of higher education institutions in digital portfolios, or e-portfolios, as a learning and evaluation instrument. This article examines the trend, and offers recommendations, examples, and resources for successful e-portfolio implementation.

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Published November 16, 2015

GeoGebra: What’s That?

GeoGebra is a free software designed for teaching and learning mathematics: algebra, geometry, statistics, etc. It works as well on a computer as a tablet and it offers many exercises to guide students step by step in the appropriation of a concept.

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Published February 16, 2015

Construct a concept map using CmapTools

This short clip explains how to construct a concept map using CmapTools, including concepts and propositions

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Published November 25, 2010

Collaboratively Fostering Understanding

A group of teachers (at vanier College) in Mathematics determined that using a wiki platform could help students to not only express themselves better in English, but more specifically in the vocabulary of the sciences that we are trying to teach them.

Most of these resources come from CERES, a collective catalog of teaching and learning resources managed by the Vitrine technologie-éducation.