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The latest issue of EngagED Learning (Teaching in the Digital Age) magazine is now available, with a special focus on entrepreneurial education and how to inspire a generation of motivated, creative students ready to meet the challenges of tomorrow. 
Generative AI for Educators is a free, two-hour, self-paced course designed to help teachers save time and enhance student learning with generative AI tools, such as Gemini or ChatGPT.
CAST announces the inaugural UDL Awards 2024 to celebrate significant contributions to education via Universal Design for Learning principles. Scheduled for July 30th in Sacramento, the event marks CAST's 40th anniversary, underscoring its commitment to accessible education for all. And yes, international nominations are accepted!
During a much-anticipated announcement this morning in Halifax, Canada confirmed that it is moving forward with its education reform that abolishes homework, starting next academic year. Indeed, several recent studies have shown that homework, especially at the primary level, has only a minimal influence on success.
The 42nd symposium of the Association Québécoise des Utilisateurs d’Outils technologiques à des fins Pédagogiques et Sociales (AQUOPS) takes place from March 26 to 28. Our team will be very active and present several workshops. Here is where and when you can find our team members.
The City of Calgary, in collaboration with Calgary Board of Education (CBE) and Minecraft Education is excited to bring back Level Up Calgary for Season 3: Parks and Portals! This student-driven civic engagement program utilizes the power of Minecraft Education for students to unleash their creativity and leave a lasting impression on the city.
West Ferris Secondary School, part of the Near North District School Board in Ontario, has launched its own podcast series called “The Trojan Voice.” The aim is to highlight students’ experiences and voices by giving them an opportunity to share their stories with a wider audience.
As technology advances, Canada must address its skills and labour shortages, particularly in the digital sector. The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) recently released a report entitled "Accelerating Canada's Workforce: Micro-Credentialing in the Digital Economy," which discusses one promising solution - micro-credentials. For K-12 education, this represents a pivotal shift toward more personalized, skills-based pathways that prepare students for the future.
Surrey School District, in partnership with Surrey RCMP, launched Project Lavender to educate students in Surrey and White Rock, B.C., on online safety and prevent sexual exploitation. Targeting Grades 6 and 7, this initiative aims to create a safer digital environment through school presentations and resource sharing.
Get ready for the April 8th, 2024 solar eclipse with this collection of useful resources. From safety guidelines to educational materials, we've curated everything you need to ensure your students can observe and learn about this awe-inspiring celestial event with confidence.

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Learn how entrepreneurship at school nurtures students' personal development and encourages them to take action to have an impact in their communities.
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In this article, the author explores the different scaffolds that teachers can use during game-based learning and how these strategies can enhance student engagement and learning outcomes.
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Role-playing in the classroom allows students to engage deeply and develop meaningful social relationships. Players create a shared story in different universes, generating interest and motivation. Whether in primary / elementary schools, role-playing can be integrated in a variety of ways.
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By Lisa MarcouxTechnopedagogical CoordinatorTechnovation Montréal Imagine if all girls reached adulthood with strong coding and entrepreneurship skills.  In a world where technology and business are increasingly converging, this would certainly have the potential to reduce the gender gap in these fields. However, for this to happen, girls need access to inspiring and accomplished female role […]
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 Découvreurs en ACTION reveals an ecosystem approach to developing entrepreneurial spirit in schools. This article explains how it promotes student retention and prepares them for the future.
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