MFR: Alternation in Sound Immersion

Two years ago, MFR de Haussy launched an original project producing a series of podcasts with a professional journalist for students to present their work and study education. The second season, which has just ended, is available online. The podcasts were produced by independent journalist and podcaster Fanny Cohen-Moreau. Sound immersion guaranteed. © MFR DE … Read more

The transition to on-line training and coaching reveals promising tendencies and worrying options

Jeannette Sanchez, Communications Manager, Employment Policy Department The COVID-19 pandemic caused a sudden transition to distance education, training and e-learning. The crisis has led to a massive shift towards digital platforms and tools for further education and skills development, which has revealed promising trends and worrying signals. Among these features is evidence that while we … Read more

The story is on the duvet: a brand new podcast inspiring France

Press Release – Canadian Association for French-language Education (ACELF) Launches New Podcast Series The story is in an envelope discover inspiring French-Canadian personalities. The first episode on humor, recently published on the Francosphere blog in audio and video, features comedians Rosalie Lacroix and Jonathan Dion of Ontario and Rose Beef alias Tommy Des Rosiers of … Read more

Distant faculty: a headache for households in Drummond

EDUCATION. For most parents, distance learning is a huge workload. Virtual class scheduling. Supervision of children. Computer hardware management. These tasks are difficult to reconcile with full-time work. A look at the families at MRC in Drummond who adapted in record time. Marie-Pier Bessette lives in Saint-Bonaventure with her husband and five children. The oldest … Read more

On-line training exacerbates inequalities

This is a statistic that hurts in these times of health crisis, which is closing campuses in favor of distance learning: online courses improve the test scores of the best students by 2.5%, but worsen those that are less clear. In other words, distance education reinforces inequalities. The study took place in 2016-2017 among 1459 … Read more

That is how highschool college students in Quebec survived the varsity 12 months with a pandemic

Since the closure of schools in March 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic has brought us to a new reality. For teenagers, the daily routine changed with the closure of schools and they had to cope with significant changes in the way they learned. Research has shown that at least three aspects of adolescents’ lives are important … Read more

GOMYCODE, the primary Edtech startup in Tunisia, received $ 8 million within the A collection

Tunisian startup GOMYCODE recently closed a $ 8 million Series A-led funding series led by AfricInvest through Cathay AfricInvest Innovation Fund (CAIF), Proparco and Wamda Capital, which also continued to invest after the initial investment in raising the initial funds. The funds will enable the startup to realize its mission of democratizing technological education in … Read more

Universities are resisting Quebec by planning a return to the current in February

The return to school should theoretically be completed by Monday, January 31. However, some institutions announced this week that they intend to keep their distance learning courses until February. This is the case at Concordia University in Montreal. The institution announced on its website on Thursday that the start of the school year would not … Read more