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SCOOP! Teaching guides

L'École branchée
Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury (QC, Canada)
Phone : 418-956-9222
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Region

Provincial

Language level

French as a First Language
French immersion

School subject (primary)

Social studies

School subjects (secondary)

Fine Arts
Career and Life Management
Knowledge and Employability
Career and Technology Studies
Aboriginal studies
French
Health and Life Skills
Sciences
Information and Communication Technology

Teaching materials

Teaching guides for studying current events

Links with the curriculum

SCOOP! Teaching guides by École Branchée provide teachers with plenty of ideas and activities for your class linked to current events. These activities develop skills in digital literacy and managing information, therefore bridging the gap between THEORY and REALITY thanks to CURRENT EVENTS is made easy!

Availability

Two new teaching guides are available every week during the school year

Cost

A yearly subscription costs 99$ for a class

A yearly subscription costs 299$ for a primary school

A yearly subscription costs 499$ for a secondary school

 

Description

SCOOP! Teaching guides allow teachers to create significantly richer and more meaningful learning contexts with the help of current events!

  • BRIDGE THE GAP between theory and reality
  • Develop DIGITAL and TECHNOLOGICAL COMPETENCIES in students
  • SAVE TIME: all the research of ideas and resources is done for you!

SCOOP! Uses the idea of objects of learning, a strong tendency towards pedagogical design that aims to combine several independent learning objectives (Images, reporting, animations, websites, simulations, software, etc.) to constitute a complete picture of the situation.

Each teaching guide, there are two new ones every week, propose activities that promote collaborative and visual learning development, develop a spirit of critical thinking and favour interactions with the teacher. Many guides also include tools for the teacher to use with their Smart Boards!

Coordinator

ACFA

Partners

CPFA
Alberta Education
RAFA