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Voc Tech Newsletter - November 2021

Your favourite tech 'n teaching newsletter is back, but bigger and better!  It has had some work done, a nip & tuck if you will, and here is the version 2.0!
November 24, 2021
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The Galileo Times - September / October 2021 Edition

Check out the latest edition of The Galileo Times - September/October 2021 Edition! Brought to you by Miss Lisa T. & Miss Brigida’s Newspaper Club!
November 18, 2021
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Nova is training the mechanics of the future

As Quebec plans to ban the sale of new gas-powered vehicles in 2035, a school in Châteauguay is already preparing the mechanics of tomorrow. The Nova Career Centre has been offering a specialized program in Electric Vehicle (EV) Mechanics since September. In addition to training automotive industry professionals to repair and maintain electric cars, the school aims to educate its own Automobile Mechanics teachers so that they, in turn, can teach electric.
November 18, 2021
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Mira dog joins the team at Galileo

Inspiration Newspaper is delighted to share the Fall 2021 - Winter 2022 edition with you! An inspiring story about Miss Matea’s new student Samuel and Dobby the Mira dog.  He is currently a student in the Miriam Home classroom in collaboration with our SIS program at Galileo.  This story is featured on page 33.
November 16, 2021
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Équipe-Choc English Community Newsletter - November 2021

The last 20 months served as quite the kickstart for educators to experiment with online education and accordingly, face the multiple challenges it carried. Now that we have gotten used to the new “normal”, we are equipped with everything we need to push through the years ahead, come what may.
November 16, 2021
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Education Professionals’ Week 2021

The year’s Education Professionals’ Week theme is 10,000 hands reaching out for Professional Public Services in Education.  You are 10,000, not only reaching out, but wearing your hearts on your sleeves, helping out, taking matters into your own hands, and going out the extra mile for the success and well-being of every student in the public system.
November 15, 2021
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RÉCIT AGE Newsletter - November 2021

There are some interesting online conferences on the horizon and the RÉCIT AGE team has been hard at work this past month.
November 10, 2021
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Demystifying vocational training

In the education world, some myths persist longer than others, especially when it comes to vocational training (VT). These myths influence parents, and incidentally their children, when it comes time to choose a career. Here are a few.
November 4, 2021
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Debunking the myths about Adult General Education

Many prejudices still exist regarding adult general education (AGE). Here are some of those myths that endure today and that require debunking.
November 4, 2021
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At 73, this Montreal school's oldest pupil is also its star

One student at Rosemount Technology Centre really stands out. He's at the head of the current class, but that isn't it. He also signs up for course after course, never moving on from Rosemount -- but that isn't exactly it either. Gaby Santile is 50 years older than most of classmates. Growing up in Italy, the 73-year-old didn't like school much, including math, because "I didn't like the teacher," he said.
November 2, 2021
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Digital Education Day - November 5, 2021

Since 2019, the Ministère has been committed to organizing an annual Digital Education Day. The objective of this day is to increase the training resources available to school staff working in public and private schools as well as Indigenous education organizations. Digital Education Day is the perfect opportunity to get inspired, innovate and collaborate on the theme of digital technology in pedagogical approaches. The Ministère de l’Éducation will hold the third edition of Digital Education Day on Friday, November 5, 2021. This event, which is free of charge, will take place online and is mainly intended for teachers, education consultants… more
November 1, 2021
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Call for projects - Young People not in Education, Employment, or Training

The Ministère du Travail, de l'Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale is announcing a
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October 29, 2021
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Invitation to QUESCREN's Education and Vitality Forum

Invitation to QUESCREN's Education and Vitality Forum: Supporting English-Language Minority Education in Quebec Focusing on the needs of Quebec’s English-language education system, this 
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October 29, 2021
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Service offer for training sessions

We are pleased to announce that L’Équipe-Choc Pedagogical and L’Équipe-Choc Pedagogical First Nations and Inuit will be offering training sessions for the History of Quebec and Canada and for the Financial Education programs to the anglophone and First Nation communities. These sessions will be offered to all teachers and pedagogical consultants of English school boards and First Nations and Inuit Adult Education centres. The goal of these sessions is to allow participants to better implement the History of Quebec and Canada and Financial Education curricula, and become better familiar with their newest evaluation tools. The sessions will be… more
October 28, 2021
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CTV news visits PEC's IDVD programme

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October 19, 2021
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Équipe-Choc English Community Newsletter - October 2021

Knowing how much you value your students’ success, we wanted to share a few thoughts on engagement, hoping they could be helpful in your daily practice. Every teacher knows that students being present in their classroom doesn’t mean they are engaged and learning. In fact, maintaining a high level of student engagement is one of the biggest challenges teachers face. The consequences of disengagement for adult learners are especially severe, and it is therefore essential for teachers to be able to measure student engagement and ultimately improve it
October 19, 2021
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Amy Ovans, working towards success

Amy Ovans, 24, works as a welder at Rawtek Performance Fabrication, a company specializing in high-performance exhaust kits, located in Chute-à-Blondeau, near the border between Québec and Ontario. Since 2020, she has also been teaching welding in the evening at the Nova Career Centre in Châteauguay, the same vocational training centre where she learned her trade. For her, being successful in a traditionally male-dominated trade is a matter of tenacity, willingness…and not being afraid to get your hands dirty! See article on Compétences Québec's Website at … more
October 14, 2021
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Electrifying start!

The NOVA Career Centre held the official launch and “ribbon-cutting” ceremony for their new offering of a specialized training certificate in Electric Vehicle Mechanics. Students, staff and local dignitaries were on hand to recognize this new training available at the Centre.
October 13, 2021
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RÉCIT AGE Newsletter - October 2021

As we move through this academic year at lightning speed, it is important to remember to take care of ourselves. Participating in different activities like the EPC Après-cours, Project RISE, or even a little RÉCIT PD might just be the ticket. Our goal, as always, is to bring you solutions that work and to provide spaces where we can work together.
October 13, 2021
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Getting Information about the Labour Market

  • Are you thinking about your career choices or are you looking for employment?
  • Are you thinking about moving to another region to find employment?
  • Is your business looking to hire employees, and is it looking for reliable data to do it effectively and plan its workforce needs?

Looking up available information about the labour market can help you make good decisions.

October 12, 2021
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