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New technological proposals continue to pour in, will we know how to use them?

The easy answer is that we can very well do without these technologies and stick to traditional practices... if we accept being gradually sidelined; many are taking this route in education. It is understandable for teachers to stick to simplicity and choose pedagogy over technology. This does not alleviate the feeling of being overwhelmed by this ubiquitous technicality.

The assumption that digital natives are all tech-savvy is false. Schools can really help keep their students in the loop if they themselves know how to prioritize what will soon become essential, that generic technological knowledge base that is beginning to take shape.

They can also set an example on the accessibility side by adopting methods that will ensure that no one is left out because the entrance to the digital world is closed to them because of a disability.

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  • Analyses

    24 novembre 2021
    By: Frédéric Duriez

    The great digital access game: a thrilling obstacle course

    Accessing the services of digital platforms is like an obstacle course. Understanding a logic, a vocabulary, having the right equipment, recent versions, and remembering passwords often created quickly... At each difficulty, some percentages of people are left on the side,... A panorama of the grains of sand that can block everything, and a board game as a bonus!

  • Publications

    24 novembre 2021
    By: Thot Cursus

    World Report 2021 on the Status of Teachers

    Teachers' salaries are too low, working conditions are deteriorating and infrastructure to support teaching and learning is not a priority for government investment. Incidentally, the profession is becoming less and less attractive to competent new teachers.

  • Strategies

    23 novembre 2021
    By: Alexandre Roberge

    Master the art of the spreadsheet

    Spreadsheets are the tools of choice in various professional fields. Yet, how many students can claim to know the uses of these spreadsheets whether they are provided by Microsoft, Google or others? Fortunately, teachers can teach the concepts to learners. The latter can even self-train online.


  • Classes

    29 novembre 2021
    By: Coursera

    Social Network Analysis

    Humans are natural network scientists, as we compute new network configurations all the time. While such network structures always existed, computational social science has helped to reveal and to study them more systematically. This course will explain their structures and how they evolve in time.

  • Classes

    29 novembre 2021
    By: Udemy

    Adobe Photoshop CC – Essentials Training Course

    This course is for beginners. You do not need any previous knowledge of Photoshop, photography or design. We will start right at the beginning and work our way through step by step. You will learn the Photoshop 'secret sauce' whereby we will magically enhance our background and when necessary completely remove people from images.

  • Classes

    29 novembre 2021
    By: Coursera

    Excel Skills for Business: Essentials

    The best way to learn Excel is to use Excel. In this course, learners will solve a broad range of business problems as they apply the Excel skills and techniques they learn along the way. This provides learners with countless opportunities to practice their Excel skills while discovering new and useful productivity features of Excel for a variety of business contexts.


  • Video - Podcast - WebDocu

    16 novembre 2021
    By: Sociétés

    Testing the flexible class

    Why should learners be required to sit behind a desk all the time? The neuroscientific literature does not support this still existing educational concept. Indeed, neuroscience notes the harmonious relationship between movement and learning. Swiss teachers have tried the flexible classroom with very positive results.

  • Video - Podcast - WebDocu

    10 novembre 2021

    What is hidden in the secret Vatican archives?

    Among all the places that stimulate fantasies, the secret archives of the Vatican are at the top of the list. However, a huge part of the content is already known to the French, in particular. Indeed, Napoleon once repatriated the documentation to France. What came out of it is not very exciting.

  • Video - Podcast - WebDocu

    09 novembre 2021
    By: Sociétés

    Gold miners destroying Guyana's ecosystem

    Humans have searched for gold all over the world. It is the most coveted mineral in the world. Consequently, everyone rushes to the seams when they are found. But in Guyana, the illegal gold mining market is destroying the country's ecosystems and the health of Guyanese.


  • Applications

    20 octobre 2021

    Try Krisp for noise-free virtual classrooms

    This application adds a corresponding counter-wave to anything that is not a conversation. The artificial intelligence has learned to recognize the various phenomena that distinguish a human voice and to reproduce them "negatively", i.e. by a counter-wave that is superimposed on the original wave and cancels it out. Even a clack of a keyboard or a clap is eliminated.

  • Applications

    14 septembre 2021

    Crewdle - Greener, peer-to-peer video conferencing system

    A video conferencing system that removes the servers that interfere between participants in a video communication to make it safer, greener and more affordable.

  • Applications

    22 juin 2021

    Draw like Rembrandt, Tiffany, Van Gogh or anyone else...

    We can spontaneously grasp the style of Van Gogh or Rembrandt and reproduce their characteristics. To each his own style. But it can take a long time to master the art of a master. DeepArt offers to transform your images into the style you want. Easily. Impressive.

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