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Summertime Reads from the LEARN Team Vol. VI
What better way to start your summer than by getting a great book, curling up in the warmth of the sun, and letting the year that was, wash cleanly away. Time for self-care…these recommended books should fit into summertime plans pleasantly.
First Stop on a Journey Through Territory and Time
As a perpetual student of social sciences, art, and culture, I find that what I know about the history of any one place is constantly changing. It changes as I discover and compare different sources and as I weigh truths from different perspectives.
Stretching Exercises for Creative Minds
As someone who formally studied in the visual arts and has always made things with my hands, I know that creative thinking is fueled by practice and develops over time. But creativity is not exclusive to the arts, it manifests in all spheres of our lives.
Building Confidence in the Online Learner (and Teacher!)
We have an opportunity to revisit the key takeaways of our workshop series, Making the Shift to Online Teaching and Learning, and to provide additional tools with strategies to address the specific challenges of learning during a pandemic.
Play is the Heart and Soul of All Child Development
This was the foundation for my happiness as a child – playing outside: exploring, creating, imagining, acting, imitating, building, wondering… playing.
Pining for the Great Outdoors
Within a wide open space, students are able to engage in the real world where they can practice ‘learning by doing’. Let’s start simple under the open sky by using what is already out there: trees, leaves, sun and shadows.
Teachers as Cultural Facilitators in the Social Sciences
The new teacher competencies have appeared on the scene! If you are new to this comprehensive and compelling document, a Reference Framework for Professional Competencies for Teachers, here’s a bit of the context.
Application of Digital Accessibility Standards for Distance Learning
My question is: How can we look at the past two years’ experience and leverage the benefits to keep moving forward rather than “back” to normal in our teaching and learning practices?
To address this question, we must first look at how we got here.
How Schools Can Support Families for a Successful Transition to School
In response to the need for additional resources to support the English-speaking community of Quebec, LEARN collaborated with schools and provincial organizations to develop My Goodnight Bag.
LEARN Tutoring Registration is open!
LEARN Tutoring offers online tutoring for elementary and secondary students with certified teachers at no charge for English, French, History, Math, Sciences and more. Make a request!
Assistive Technology for Writing at Home
Students who struggle with writing are often discouraged not by their specific challenges but by the endless erasing, crossing off, and rewriting that they have to do. Find out how to support the process of writing for students at home!
What is e-Learning?
Want to know more about what e-Learning is? Read about it in the latest blog post written by the former Chair and Co-founder of the Canadian eLearning Network and CEO of LEARN, Michael Canuel, Ed.D.
Digital Action Plan for Education
Discover the Digital Action Plan resources for new technologies and support for their use in the classroom
Artists Inspire Grants
Annual funding from 2019-2023: $1500/English public school
(elementary/secondary). Apply now!
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LEARN is a non-profit educational organization that offers, at no charge, a wealth of information and resources for the English-speaking community in Quebec.
STUDENTS IN THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARDS & PRIVATE SCHOOLS OF QUEBEC
13 264 SESSIONS
TUTORING SESSIONS OFFERED BY LEARN FOR ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY LEVELS (2019-2020)
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT & WORKSHOPS PRESENTED BY LEARN TO SUPPORT OVER 4257 QUEBEC EDUCATORS & STUDENTS (2019-2020)
141 LEARNING EVENTS
TOTAL NUMBER OF UNIQUE LEARNING AND NETWORKING EVENTS OFFERED BY THE PRT (2019-2020)
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Teacher at LEARN’s STEAM in K QPAT Workshop
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