Ressources gratuites / Free Online Resources

Ressources gratuites / Free Online Resources for Different Subject Areas and Topics

Janvier 2017 – January 2017

Document sur les droits d'auteur fait par la CSSMI.

 

 

Anglais langue maternelle – English Language Arts

  • Black History Canada – We invite you to explore Black History Canada website where you will find an array of free resources such as videos and teacher's guides about the history of Canada's Black Community.

  • Connecting young people with Shakespeare – We want young people to experience Shakespeare in ways that excite, engage and inspire. We believe that young people get the most out of Shakespeare when they: Do it on their feet – See It Live - Start It Earlier, as described in our manifesto. We offer a rich programmed of work for teachers and students and look forward to working with you.

  • Global Read Aloud to use with SWAY – Gathering students all around the world, a collaborative reading project on one book. Students write their impressions and use response and writing process on the same book, then share with students all over the world.

  • Say It Loud, Say It Proud was an in-school media education program that ran at two Montréal high schools in 2010. The program was administered by the Black Community Resource Centre, with support from Concordia University Television and Concordia Oral History and Digital Storytelling, and involved over 90 students in the research and production of short videos about various Montréal communities.

  • The Starfall Store opened in September of 2002 as a free public service to teach children to read with phonics. Our systematic phonics approach, in conjunction with phonemic awareness practice, is perfect for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, special education, homeschool, and English language development (ELD, ELL, ESL). Starfall is an educational alternative to other entertainment choices for children.

  • Wapikoni mobile – Des studios ambulants dotés d'équipements à la fine pointe de la technologie qui « roulent vers » les communautés des Premières Nations.

 

Anglais langue seconde – English as a Second Language

  • Black History Canada – We invite you to explore Black History Canada website where you will find an array of free resources such as videos and teacher's guides about the history of Canada's Black Community.

    • Global Read Aloud to use with SWAY – Gathering students all around the world, a collaborative reading project on one book. Students write their impressions and use response and writing process on the same book, then share with students all over the world.

    • Kids Health: an array of resources for educators, parents, kids and teens

    • Lit2Go – A collection of stories and poems in MP3 (audiobook) format for all levels.

    • Mission ArtVader – A project using tablets, developed by the RÉCIT domaine des langues – It's 2016, and Planet Earth is now being ruled by ArtVader. ArtVader detests artists, and has assumed the mission toeleminate all forms of art from Earth. The JedArts, a secret unit of rebels, has been created to counteract this dire situation. We are calling on all students to unite to help art survive. To fulfil their part of the mission, students will have to use an app called Tiny Tap to creat five activities about a major artist of their choice.

    • PBS – Free videos

    • Say It Loud, Say It Proud was an in-school media education program that ran at two Montréal high schools in 2010. The program was administered by the Black Community Resource Centre, with support from Concordia University Television and Concordia Oral History and Digital Storytelling, and involved over 90 students in the research and production of short videos about various Montréal communities.

    • The Starfall Store opened in September of 2002 as a free public service to teach children to read with phonics. Our systematic phonics approach, in conjunction with phonemic awareness practice, is perfect for preschool, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, special education, homeschool, and English language development (ELD, ELL, ESL). Starfall is an educational alternative to other entertainment choices for children.

    • Virtual Writing Tutor – My name is Nicholas Walker, an ESL teacher at Ahuntsic College in Montréal, Québec, Canada. Welcome to the Virtual Writing Tutor, what I believe to be the best English Second Language grammar checker available today. I launched this website on April 5th, 2012 and I have been working to improve it ever since. It is, of course, a work in progress, but I hope over time it will prove itself to be more and more useful to English Second Language (ESL) learners all over the world.

      Feel free to contact me by email, find me on Facebook or subscribe to my blog. To learn more about this project and Bokomaru Publications' mission to support good pedagogy through the development of free and affordable ESL power tools, stay right where you are and read on.

    • Wapikoni mobile – Des studios ambulants dotés d'équipements à la fine pointe de la technologie qui « roulent vers » les communautés des Premières Nations.

     

    Arts plastiques – Visual Arts

    • Connecting young people with Shakespeare – We want young people to experience Shakespeare in ways that excite, engage and inspire. We believe that young people get the most out of Shakespeare when they: Do it on their feet – See It Live - Start It Earlier, as described in our manifesto. We offer a rich programmed of work for teachers and students and look forward to working with you.

     

    Centre communautaire d'apprentissage – Community Learning Centers

    • Edutopia – John Spry Community School is a Chicago inner city school that has achieved remarkable results in the years since it became more integrated into the community. This Edutopia site presents an eight-minute overview of the school The school website makes available a wide range of practical documents.

    • Reaching IN… Reaching OUT – Promoting resilience contributes to children's well-being by enhancing their capacities to cope with change, frustration and stress, and reduces the risk of long-term negative outcomes such as depression and social-behavioral problems.

      The Reaching In… Reaching OUT Project (RIRO)takes research about resiliency promotion and adapts and evaluates the Penn Resilience Program (PRP) school-age model for use with children six years and younger. The PRP is based on many years of systematic research on depression prevention by Dr. Martin Seligman and his colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania. This program helps children learn to Reach In to think more flexibly and accurately and to Reach OUT to others and opportunities. This website features video programs and downloadable guidebooks.

     

    Communautés et ressources pour les parents – Parents Community

    • PBS KIDS – features games, songs and coloring activities for young children based on popular PBS series such as Barney and Friends.

     

    Cyberintimidation, citoyenneté numérique, intimidation, sexting – Sexting, Cyberintimidation, Bullying, Digital Citizenship

    • Canadian Centre for Child Protection – The Canadian Centre for Child Protection is a charitable organization dedicated to the personal safety of all children. Our goal is to reduce child victmization by providing programs and services to Canadians.

    • Centre canadien de protection de l'enfance – Le Centre canadien de protection de l'enfance est un organisme caritatif voué à la sécurité personnelle des enfants. Notre but est de prévenir la maltraitance des enfants en offrant des programmes et des services à la population canadienne.

    • Define the Line – Define the Line is a research program based at McGill University and directed by Dr Shaheen Shariff, an international expert who has pioneered research on cyberbullying over the last decade. Through our website, our research projects (Facebook, SSHRC), and our outreach initiatives, we aim to help clarify the blurred lines between cyberbullying and digital citizenship, with a focus on policymaking, education and law.

    • Définir la frontière – Définir la frontière est un projet de recherche de l'Université McGill diritgé par la Dr Shaheen Shariff, experte en études sur la cyberintimidation depuis les dix dernières années. Notre site web, nos projets de recherche (Facebook, CRSH), et nos initiatives de sensibilisation incitent le public à comprendre la ligne de démarcation entre la cyberintimidation et la citoyenneté numérique par le biais de politiques, de l'éducation, et du droit. Notre objectif à long terme est de partager les résultats de notre recherche avec les législateurs, les enseignants, et les juristes pour les aider à comprendre la nature complexe de la cyberintimidation, ainsi que de combler le manque de politiques éthiques et légales sur la liberté d'expression en ligne. Les politiques efficaces, établies grâce à une compréhension accrue des mœurs de nos jeunes et une priorité à l'éducation, aideront à réduire les cas de cyberintimidation et à promouvoir la citoyenneté numérique chez les jeunes de tous âges.

    • Le « sexting » – L'utilisation croissante et parfois peu prudente des téléphones intelligents et des nouvelles applications telles Snapchat amène inévitablement un nouveau phénomène de plus en plus populaire chez les adolescents : le « sexting ». – Réseau d'information pour la réussite éducative (RIRE)

     

    Éthique et culture religieuse (ECR) – Ethics and Religious Culture (ERC)

    • Les Ursulines - Marie de l'Incarnation – Qui est Marie de l'Incarnation?

    • Project Love's mission is to reduce violence in the lives of youth and in our communities by building a team of youth who communicate a message of non-violence. Project Love's Programs include:

      • Media Arts Program (MAP)
      • Leadership Training
      • School and Community violence Prevention Outreach Program
      • In-School Violence Prevention Committees
    • Terry Fox Foundation & The Power of Purpose – Access the Media center

      Terry Fox inspired people around the worldwith his example of goal-setting, commitment, and courage. The Power of Purpose uses dramatic documentary footage shot during the Marathon of Hope to inspire viewers with Terry's conviction that a full and rich life comes from living with a purpose.

      As humans, we hunger for a sense of purpose and direction in our lives. We need to feel that we matter; that our lives "make a difference".

      The Power of Purpose inspires a new way of looking at ourselves. It inspires us to rediscover that purpose within; a purpose that can generate tremendous power for individual growth and achievement.

      This program is a true masterpiece in the way in which it awakens the viewers to the basic questions: Who am I? – What am I doing with my work, my life? – What special talents do I have to "make a difference"?

    • Wapikoni mobile – Des studios ambulants dotés d'équipements à la fine pointe de la technologie qui « roulent vers » les communautés des Premières Nations.

     

    Français langue seconde et langue maternelle

    • 1, 2, 3… Géant – Jeu éducatif pour le Préscolaire – Compétence 4 – Communiquer en utilisant les ressources de la langue, primaire 1er  cycle.

    • Bonjour de France – 1 000 activités pédagogiques interactives en ligne gratuites qui sont adaptées aux périphériques mobiles et TNI/TBI.
    • Écouter Lire le Monde (ELM) – LE PROJET : Écouter Lire le Monde est un projet mondial de lecture. Nous voulons créer des liens entre les élèves de partout sur la planète autour d'une même histoire pour qu'ils puissent partager leurs appréciations.

    • Les Reporters en herbe - Réalisé par Yves Potvin, un enseignant de Laval, ce guide du journalisme scolaire (journal et radio) s'adresse aux jeunes de 10 à 14 ans : ressources pour les profs, fiches pour les jeunes et liens vers des sites de journaux, de stations de radio et de télévision.

    • Stéphane Côté – Nous vous invitons à visiter le site de Stéphane Côté qui offre des trucs et astuces pour les enseignants et les élèves, capsules-vidéo sur la pédagogie 3.0 : Approche autogénérante qui est divisée en trois blocs : l'autonomie, la créativité et la permanence de l'apprentissage. Il publie des articles et des conférences cybersavoir. SUPER INTÉRESSANT!

    • Wapikoni mobile – Des studios ambulants dotés d'équipements à la fine pointe de la technologie qui « roulent vers » les communautés des Premières Nations.

     

    Intégration des TICS – ICT Implementation

    • Stéphane Côté – Nous vous invitons à visiter le site de Stéphane Côté qui offre des trucs et astuces pour les enseignants et les élèves, capsules-vidéo sur la pédagogie 3.0 : Approche autogénérante qui est divisée en trois blocs : l'autonomie, la créativité et la permanence de l'apprentissage. Il publie des articles et des conférences cybersavoir. SUPER INTÉRESSANT!

     

    Littératie financière au primaire – Financial Literacy

    • BIM – Financial Literacy in Elementary – Recently Société GRICS responded to an offer of financial support by the Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) to develop learning resources to help elementary-level students establish the foundations of sound personal financial skills.

      You will find in this document twelve integrated learning activities, four per elementary cycle. They are integrated because they promote the QEP subject-specific competencies in the following areas: Français langue d'enseignement, Mathematics, English Language Arts, Arts (Visual Arts & Drama) and Science.

      They are available in French and in English.

    • BIM – Littératie financière – L'équipe BIM a répondu à l'appel d'offre de l'Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) dans le but de produire des tâches disciplinaires au primaire pour sensibiliser les élèves à la littératie financière. Ce thème est exploité dans les disciplines suivantes : français, mathématique, English Language Arts, arts et science en lien avec le Programme de formation de l'école québécoise. Ces douze tâches disciplinaires, quatre par cycle, sont accessibles en français et en anglais.

     

    Logiciels libres utilitaires – Free Software Tools

    • Common Sense Education – Les meilleures applications de messagerie et sites web pour les étudiants, les enseignants et les parents, selon Common Sense Education: Remind, Sesame, ParentSquare, Seesaw The Learning Journal, Schoology, ClassDojo, Messenger, Three Ring, Bloomz, FreshGrade, Chalkup, Athena's Workshop, Class Pager.

      Best Messaging Apps and Websites for Students, Teachers, and Parents – These apps and websites for texting, messaging, and communication make it easier for teachers to send out assignments, reminders, and progress reports as well as communicate with parents about conferences, field trips, and volunteer opportunities.

    • AnimotoCreating movies from pictures

    • timetoastCreate a timeline in different subjects

    • WizIQOnline Classes, Online Tests, Educational Content

     

    Mathématique/Science/Technologie – Science/Math/Technology

    • Allô Prof – Vidéos francophones disponibles pour les domaines d'apprentissages : français et mathématique.

    • AQPER – Association québécoise de la production d'énergie renouvelable

    • cK-12 – Customizable, standards-aligned, free digital textbooks for K-12

    • Mining Matters brings the wonder of Canada's geology and mineral resources to students, educators and industry. We provide current information about rocks, minerals, metals, and mining and offer exceptional educational resources that meet provincial Earth science and geography curriculum expectations.

    • Clim City - Available in French and English. Clim City: A Cyber Game on Climate Change – Cap Sciences, a science center in Bordeaux, France, has developed an online game to help players learn about not only the science of climate change, but also the political and popular will needed to make substantive changes affecting the Earth's climate. Clim City, modeled after the popular online game SimCity, features and imaginary town with typical agriculture, energy, transportation, and building infrastructures. Players can make changes to different sectors of the city's economy and infrastructure in order to alter Clim City's carbon footprint.

      A large, interactive map of Clim City allows players to click on features such as a farm, an experimental photovoltaic power plant, or a cluster of buildings. Accompanying graphics describe how much energy each of these features either creates or uses and their respective quantities of greenhouse emissions. Players may make changes to each of these features-opting to grow the photovoltaic industry or to develop green buildings – but each one of these choices entails the use of "political power," "social movement" or "individual will" points. Players must try to optimize Clim City's carbon footprint within these sociopolitical constraints.

      Clim City designers aimed to address learning objectives such as: Why is global climate change accelerating? What kind of climate can we expect by the year 2100? What human activities contribute most to the emission of greenhouse gases? And how is it possible to reduce these emissions? The game can be played free online-available in French only. The game may be accessed via the Cap Sciences site and is also featured in online activities in the IGLO Toolkit.

      Photo: The online Clim City game, produced by Cap Science of Bordeaux, France, challenges players to alter a town's carbon footprint while also responding to political pressures and to individual and social inertia. Courtesy of Cap Science web site

    • Comprendre l'électricité – Matériel et activités pédagogiques à l'intention des élèves de niveau préscolaire, primaire et secondaire.

    • CurioCity – CurioCity is powered by volunteers. Our passionate community of post-secondary students, professionals, researchers and industry experts are committed to reaching the next generation of innovators with cutting-edge STEM resources.

    • Facing The Future – It's all connected! – Climate change. Population growth. Poverty. Environmental degradation. Conflict. Global health crises. Intractable global problems? We don't think so. At Facing the Future we believe in the transformative power of widespread, systemic education to improve lives and communities, both locally and globally. Our positive, solutions-based programming is designed by and for teachers, and brings critical thinking about global issues to students in every walk of life. We work within the education system to help teachers help students achieve academic success, while preparing them to create and maintain positive, healthy, and sustainable communities. We provide curriculum resources, teacher workshops, and service learning opportunities.

    • Game for Science – Click on "Game" Interactive games for science – Défi : Gérer une forêt de façon à ce que tous en profitent de façon équitable tout en respectant la biodiversité. Est-ce possible? À toi de jouer! (English version)

    • Game for Science PHYSICA – Getting to PHYSICA – Players first create an avatar, the character that represents them in the game, then join the adventure to accumulate neurons and become a "super genius." They'll have to rack their brains to solve the problems presented by Vacuum-o-matic, the quirky robot supervisor of a recycling plant. The 50 challenges presented in PHYSICA were designed to stimulate players' intelligence and gradually improve their comprehension of mechanical physics. After solving all the puzzles, players gain access to a virtual lab where they can analyze the motion of the fascinating little robots.

    • Génial! au Biodôme – Bonifiez votre prochaine visite au Biodôme de Montréal avec la nouvelle application gratuite de l'émission Génial! diffusée sur les ondes de Télé-Québec. Épaulés par les deux animateurs de l'émission, Martin Carli et Stéphane Bellavance, vous prendrez le contrôle du Biodôme et aurez pour mission de rétablir le fragil équilibre des écosystèmes à travers de nombreux jeux, vidéos et contenus exclusifs.

    • Le Néo – Le projet É.R.O.S. volet 2 est fier de vous présenter ces situations d'apprentissage et d'évaluation et interventions éducatives. Ces dernières permettent d'aborder à la fois des apprentissages prescrits au Programme de Formation de l'École Québécoise ainsi qu'un contenu d'éducation à la sexualité adapté au développement psychosexuel des adolescents visés. De plus, ces outils ont été conçus afin d'être complémentaires aux services et interventions proposées par le personnel infirmier du réseau de la santé de Lanaudière.

    • Let's Talk ScienceLet's Talk Science understands the important role the educators have with their students. We support educators by offering unique programs and resources that can be integrated into any classroom, from preschool through to Grade 12.
    • Mod Minecraft & Learn Code – LearnToMod Software – Portail pour enseignants en Science et technologie – For Mooders Learn how to make the coolest mods in Minecraft! Our dream is to make modding Minecraft as easy as apple pie! The LearnToMod software empowers Minecraft players (whether or not you know how to code) to imagine, create, and share amazing mods, texture packs, and schematics. LearnToMod helps you turn your mod ideas into reality!

    • National Energy Education Development Project (NEED) – The mission of the National Energy Education Development Project is to promote an energy conscious and educated society by creating effective networks of students, educators, business, government and community leaders to design and deliver objective, multi-sided energy education programs. NEED works with energy companies, agencies and organizations to bring balanced energy programs to the nation's schools with a focus on strong teacher professional development, timely and balanced curriculum materials, signature program capabilities and turn-key program management.

    • NOAA's National Ocean Service (NOS) is the nation's premier science agency for oceans and coasts.

      NOS delivers the tools and services needed to understand, predict, and respond to the challenges we face along America's 95,00 miles of shoreline and 3.5 million square miles of coastal, Great Lakes, and deep-ocean waters.

      This vast area, home to great biological wealth, generates more than 60 percent of the nation's gross national product each year. Yet our oceans and coasts are facing unprecedented pressure from threats such as climate change, marine debris, and port congestion.

    • PBS LearningMedia – Made available by WGBH, one of the flagship stations of the PBS television network and producer of such acclaimed series as Nova, and featuring other public television content, Teachers' Domain provides multimedia classroom resources (video programs, interactive learning objects, lesson plans) as well as professional development courses to K-12 educators. Subjects categories: Earth & Space Science, Engineering, Life Science and Physical Science.

    • Sécurité publique : Matériel d'éducation en prévention des incendies pour les jeunes – Les programmes, les bulletins ou les outils de sensibilisation en sécurité incendie suivants visent principalement à sensibiliser les jeunes aux comportements sécuritaires à l'égard du feu.

    • Science en jeu – Cliquez sur « Jeux » Nouveauté : MISSION CLIMAT

    • Science en jeu – M.A.R.S. (jeu en ligne sur les divers métiers de l'aérospatiale et borne interactive dans la SSNM) Devenir le premier astronaute à fouler le sol de Mars! Est-ce un rêve impossible? Pas pour ceux et celles qui sont prêts à relever des défis pour réussir des jeux portant sur différents métiers de l'aérospatiale!

    • Science.gc.ca – Science.gc.ca is dedicated to helping educators find valuable science and technology resources from the Government of Canada.

    • Wapikoni mobile – Des studios ambulants dotés d'équipements à la fine pointe de la technologie qui « roulent vers » les communautés des Premières Nations.

     

    Mondialisation – Global Education

    • Adobe Youth Voices Community – Adobe Youth Voices Essentials provides free curricula and tools for educators to inspire young people to create digital media on issues they care about. Based on the best practices of educators from around the world, our curricula promotes youth expression, creativity, and engagement, helping young people build critical 21st century technology and life skills.

    • Feeding Minds, Fighting Hunger is designed to help equip and encourage teachers, students and young people all over the world to actively participate in creating a world free from hunger. This website provides lessons, modules for teachers, resources, activities for young people and an interactive forum for exchanging information and experiences around the world.

    • Global Nomads Group (GNG) is a non-profit organization dedicated to heightening children's understanding and appreciation for the world and its people.

      Using interactive technologies such as videoconferencing, GNG brings together young people from 17 countries (Brazil to Viet Nam) to meet across cultural and national boundaries to discuss their differences & similarities, and the world issues that affect them. Archived GNG videoconferences and some documentary videos are available online free of charge. Video subject categories include genocide, religion, sports, technology, wildlife, food and "Quirky".

    • McCord Museum – You will find an array of resources which will bring you on a journey of our Canadian History (cultural and educational activities, games, thematic tours, History online.) This is a bilingual website.

    • Project Love's mission is to reduce violence in the lives of youth and in our communities by building a team of youth who communicate a message of non-violence. Project Love's Programs include:
      • Media Arts Program (MAP)
      • Leadership Training
      • School and Community violence Prevention Outreach Program
      • In-School Violence Prevention Committees
    • Say It Loud, Say It Proud was an in-school media education program that ran at two Montréal high schools in 2010. The program was administered by the Black Community Resource Centre, with support from Concordia University Television and Concordia Oral History and Digital Storytelling, and involved over 90 students in the research and production of short videos about various Montréal communities.

    • The Futures Channel – Free online resource makes math and science "cool" – Its tag line is "Real Math, Real Science, Real Careers" and, each week, The Futures Channel offers a selection of free, two-to-five minute online videos that explore how a fascinating array of occupations rely on math, science and technology. At press time, featured videos included interviews with an aquarium maker, a horse vet, a rice farmer and a percussionist. Videos are available for a two-week period. Each short film is also accompanied by a suggested hands-on activity, designed for specific grade levels. Teachers and students can sign up for a free weekly newsletter that links to the videos. A larger selection of DVDs and other resources is available by subscription.

    • The Lemelson Center educators have developed resources for teachers, parents, and students who want to explore the exciting world of invention. These materials are provided free of charge to educators in the classroom and the home.

      Other resources: Oral & videos histories, Online articles, Books and Web sites.

      Example: Lewis Latimer: Renaissance Man and Reinventing the Wheel are available in GRICS' Collecting Videos in Education.

    • The Montréal Holocaust Memorial Centre has developed pedagogical activities to help students reflect on the consequences of racism, to better understand history and to appreciate diversity in society. This is a bilingual website.
    • The Veterans Affairs Canada website includes a good section of downloadable learning videos, which follows the journey of students as they travel with veterans to learn about Vimy Ridge, the liberation of Holland, the Hong Kong disaster, and more. The website also includes short programs tracing Canada's role in the major 20th century wars.

      There are many other resources at this website, including sensitive introductions to Cycle 1 students about the relevance of Remembrance Day. Look for

      Take Time to Remember is also the name of an activity booklet for young children that introduces concepts of remembrance in an accessible and fun manner. Brightly illustrated, it contains six activities. Hard copies can be ordered online. A PDF version can be downloaded.

    • Wapikoni mobile – Des studios ambulants dotés d'équipements à la fine pointe de la technologie qui « roulent vers » les communautés des Premières Nations.

     

    Multidisciplinaires – Cross-Curricular

    • C'est pas sorcierC'est pas sorcier est un magasine télévisuel français de vulgarisation scientifique diffusé principalement sur France 3 depuis sa création le 13 septembre 1994

    • ChallengeU – Créer et partager des activités pédagogiques.

    • Wapikoni mobile – Des studios ambulants dotés d'équipements à la fine pointe de la technologie qui « roulent vers » les communautés des Premières Nations.

     

    Objets interactifs d'apprentissage – Interactive Learning Objects/Immersive Digital Environments

    • Darfur is Dying is a video game for change that provides a window into the experience of the 2.5 million refugees in the Darfur region of Sudan. Players must keep their refugee camp functioning in the face of possible attack by Janjaweed militias. Players can also learn more about the genocide in Darfur that has taken the lives of 400,000 people, and find way to get involved to help stop this human rights and humanitarian crisis. Made available by mtvU, a division of MTV.

    • Wisc-Online – Interactive learning objects are Web-based, self-contained, small chunks of learning which invite students to participate in carrying out a task (e.g. change speeds or rates of motion) and thus influence the outcome. Wisc-Online is developed by the Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS). Currently the Wisc-Online digital library contains 2 308 objects, geared mainly to senior high school and higher levels.

     

    Perfectionnement et formation des maîtres – Professional Development/Teacher Resources

    • LD Online is the world's leading web site on learning disabilities and ADHD, serving more than 200,000 parents, teachers, and other professionals each months.

      LD Online seeks to help children and adults reach their full potential by providing accurate and up-to-date information and advice about learning disabilities and ADHD. The site features hundreds of helpful articles, multimedia, monthly columns by noted experts, first person essays, children's writing and artwork, a comprehensive resource guide, very active forums, and a Yellow Pages referral directory of professionals, schools, and products.

    • Reading Rockets – Produced by WETA, a major station of the PBS network Reading Rockets is a multimedia project (video programs, blogs, print materials) offering information and resources on how young kids learn to read, why so many struggle, and how caring adults can help. Reading Rockets is an important resource for both teachers and parents.

    • Remind 101 – A safe way for teachers to text message students and stay in touch with parents.

    • Terry Fox Foundation & The Power of Purpose – Access the Media center

      Terry Fox inspired people around the worldwith his example of goal-setting, commitment, and courage. The Power of Purpose uses dramatic documentary footage shot during the Marathon of Hope to inspire viewers with Terry's conviction that a full and rich life comes from living with a purpose.

      As humans, we hunger for a sense of purpose and direction in our lives. We need to feel that we matter; that our lives "make a difference".

      The Power of Purpose inspires a new way of looking at ourselves. It inspires us to rediscover that purpose within; a purpose that can generate tremendous power for individual growth and achievement.

      This program is a true masterpiece in the way in which it awakens the viewers to the basic questions: Who am I? – What am I doing with my work, my life? – What special talents do I have to "make a difference"?

    • The Educator's Reference Desk builds on over a quarter century of experience providing high-quality resources and services to the education community. From the Information Institute of Syracuse, the people who created AskERIC, the Gateway to Educational Materials, and the Virtual Reference Desk, the Educator's Reference Desk brings you the resources you have come to depend on. 2,000+ lesson plans, 3,000+ links to online education information, and 200+ question archive responses.

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    PPO – Pop/Goal

    • CégepCité – Vous devez télécharger cette application

      Choisir sa future carrière peut être plus facile qu'on ne l'imagine avec cette nouvelle application créée pour des élèves de niveau secondaire par quatre établissements d'enseignement supérieur du Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean.

      CégepCité est une ville virtuelle mettant en action une cinquantaine de techniciens dans leur milieu de travail.

      L'application permet à des élèves d'explorer des carrières dans le domaine technique et de réfléchir à leur avenir. Il suffit de sélectionner des lieux et des personnages pour découvrir des métiers à exercer dans une usine, un hôpital, un bureau, sur un chantier de construction, une ferme, dans la nature ou ailleurs.

      Une fois le métier sélectionné, il est possible d'en apprendre plus sur les postes occupés, le milieux de travail, le taux de placement, les aptitudes, les intérêts et le programme collégial qui permet d'y accéder.

    • Jeunes au travail – Le site de la Commission des normes, de l'équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST). La prévention des accidents du travail, voilà un défi qui nous tient tous à cœur : jeunes, enseignants et employeurs.

    • New Hampshire Public Television – The Outlook on Money series is designed to help people of all ages and income levels better manage their finances. Program titles include: "The Credit Card Crunch" "Living on a Budget" "Growing a Business."

    • Ontario's Designated Provider of Distance Education – Funded by the Ontario Ministry of Education, TVOntario's Independent Learning Centre/Centre d'études indépendantes is a recognized leaded in distance education. The CareerMATTERS section of this website is designed to help students explore career path options with, among other resources, 513 jobs descriptions, many with videos featuring real people out in the workforce. Aussi disponible en français.

    • Passport to safety – Produced by the Safe Communities Foundation, Passport to safety is a unique, not-for-profit, cross-Canada catalyst for change intended to help eliminate needless injuries and preventable deaths of young Canadians aged 24 and under. Young people challenge a Passport to Safety "test", based on learning outcomes developed by health and safety curriculum experts from most provincial and territorial jurisdictions across Canada. Successful participants are awarded a "transcript" that can be attached to résumés to demonstrate their basic awareness of health and safety. This basic level of awareness becomes a foundation on which to build all the other essentials required to be safer and healthier workers. Passport to Safety is also designed to encourage and generate discussion about health and safety education and increase participation in training across Canada.

    • The Lemelson Center educators have developed resources for teachers, parents, and students who want to explore the exciting world of invention. These materials are provided free of charge to educators in the classroom and the home.

      Other resources: Oral & videos histories, Online articles, Books and Web sites.

      Example: Lewis Latimer: Renaissance Man and Reinventing the Wheel are available in GRICS' Collecting Videos in Education.

    • The Millennials Are Coming! – Move over Baby Boomers and Gen X-ers – the Millennial Are Coming! In this video report Morley Safer reports on the new generation of "millennial." They are in their late teens to early twenties and could be ill prepared for a demanding workplace.

    • Young Worker's zone – Produced by the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, The Young Workers' Zone provides tips to help young workers avoid accidents.

     

    Troubles d'apprentissage chez les adultes – Adult Learning Disabilities

    Some online resources from the Literacy Information and Communication System (LINCS) of the National Institute for Literacy (US)

    • Assessment for Adults with LD and/or ADHDAbstract:Testing and diagnosis of a learning disability are important for an adult seeking accommodations in both work and school. This article answers four questions around this topic:

      • Who diagnoses a learning disability?
      • What is involved in the process?
      • What is the cost of testing?
      • What information do I need after diagnosis is complete?

     

    Univers social – Social Sciences

    • The Veterans Affairs Canada website includes a good section of downloadable learning videos, which follows the journey of students as they travel with veterans to learn about Vimy Ridge, the liberation of Holland, the Hong Kong disaster, and more. The website also includes short programs tracing Canada's role in the major 20th century wars.

      There are many other resources at this website, including sensitive introductions to Cycle 1 students about the relevance of Remembrance Day. Look for

      Take Time to Remember is also the name of an activity booklet for young children that introduces concepts of remembrance in an accessible and fun manner. Brightly illustrated, it contains six activities. Hard copies can be ordered online. A PDF version can be downloaded.

    • Wapikoni mobile – Des studios ambulants dotés d'équipements à la fine pointe de la technologie qui « roulent vers » les communautés des Premières Nations.