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Bibliothèque des Amériques

Des miliers de livres francophones numériques à découvrir gratuitement! « La Bibliothèque des Amériques ouvre, pour beaucoup de gens dans ce monde gorgé d’inégalités, de fantastiques possibilités. Brusquement une grande partie de cette Amérique aura accès à un savoir jusque-là hors de leur portée! » Dany Laferrière Parrain de la Bibliothèque des Amériques Cette bibliothèque […]

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Archives Numériques de l’Ontario / Digital Archives of Ontario (French side)

Des archives numériques de l’Ontario travaille en partenariat avec des réseaux de bibliothèques de tout l’Ontario pour fournir l’accès au contenu et service spécialement ciblé pour les Ontariens de tous âges, de toutes origines ethniques et de partout dans la province. Nous reconnaissons et remercions la contribution des bibliothèques publiques d’Hamilton, Kitchener, Milton, Ottawa, Timmins […]

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6 ED TECH TOOLS TO TRY IN 2021

Jennifer Gonzalez shares six very useful tech tools to help teachers and students. Tools range from assessment, social-justice and anti-racism education, presentation, media literacy, and even how to identify unbiased news. Jennifer Gonzales shares useful tools and videos tutorials for each tool. Mote (link #2) is a Google Chrome extension that lets you add voice […]

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Africa2020 : sélection de ressources

A combination of subject content, film, music, and the arts aiming to educate French Immersion learners from age 9 to 19, as well as intermediate and secondary Core French students. They are up to date, culture rich primary resources that will help the learner understand and value the African diversity. (Grades 3 -8) Mathématiques, arts […]

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ACCESSING OPPORTUNITY / A study on challenges in French-as-a-second-language education teacher supply and demand in Canada.

One of the main responsibilities of the Commissioner of Official Languages of Canada (the Commissioner) is to promote linguistic duality in Canadian society. To help meet this responsibility, the Commissioner raises Canadians’ awareness of the benefits of linguistic duality and carries out research, studies and public awareness activities to help inform all Canadians of the […]

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Access to special education for exceptional students in French immersion programs: An equity issue

English Exceptional pupils enrolled in Canadian French immersion programs rarely have access to the same range of special education programs and services that are available to students in the regular English program. More often than not, students with special needs are encouraged to transfer to English programs to access necessary support services. This counselling-out process […]

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