DevPro videos: Professional Development... Flipped!

These are the videos of the DevPro project in which we record and illustrate the best pedagogical advice Quebec General Adult Education educators, and other contributors, have to offer. These videos are meant for teachers, pedagogical consultants and directors.
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What Makes an Effective Hook? - by the EMSB Andragogical Team (Tania Battista, Frank Furfaro & Isa Helfield)

What Makes an Effective Hook? - How to Capture Interest for a Learning Situation!

Essential Knowledge in a Competency-Based Approach? Piece of Cake! by Avi Spector

Where does essential knowledge, the good old ABCs and fit in a comptency-based approach? Avi Spector has a tasty analogy to help us better understand t.

ICT Is Not the Goal - by Tracy Rosen

ICT Is Not the Goal - A video I wrote and narrated for DevPro PD Flipped, a professional development initiative via Quebec's English RECIT for Adult Education. A French translation is also available.

I Can't Do It Without You: a Love Story - the EMSB Andragogical Team

Imagine a love affair between Miss Essential Knowledge and Mr. This is the beginning of a beautiful relationship between two important actors o.

Feedback: Am I On the Right Track? by Janie Lamoureux

What is feedback? Feedback is basically our response, conscious or not, to someone else's actions. How can we use Feedback to help students progress?

Why Reform? - by Shanna Loach

The Reform, or Pedagogical Renewal, in Quebec's education system started more than a decade ago and is now about to be introduced in the diversified basic ed.

The 3Rs of a Learning Situation - by Janie Lamoureux

You've heard of the 3 R's in regards to paper and plastic. Now, Janie Lamoureux explains how these 3 R's - with a twist - apply to teaching and learning us.

MEH! From overbored to overboard - by Francois Rivest

From "overbored" to overboard - by Francois Rivest

What Is a LES? - by Avi Spector

Un propos d'Avi Spector, traduit par François Rivest

DUH! A School Time Carol - by François Rivest

Are you ready to see what the Ghosts of School Past, Present and Future have to say about it? Enjoy this festive co.

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