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Meeting: April 9-10-11, 2014 – Dawson


  1. Report of the meeting (French PDF)
  2. Album
  3. Twitter: #reptic
  4. Meeting Schedule and Activities Description:
    Wednesday | Thursday | Friday
  5. Other activities
  6. Notebook : Word | PDF



All the activities will take place in the Conrod’s room, unless otherwise specified.

Wednesday April 9

Time Activities
13:00 Welcome words and activities of the meeting
13:30 REPTIC/IT REP Animation and Dissemination Tools / Les outils d’animation et de diffusion des REPTIC (French Activity) | Presentator: Luc Blain (Sainte-Foy) | Documents: Google Doc Sites, blogues et médias sociaux | Microblogue | Édition de contenus | Blogue | Fichier Excel
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Several REPTIC/IT REPs are currently using different web animation or dissemination tools in their community setting. The round table will give us the opportunity to share some of these tools, to address challenges encountered and to clarify the process and initial targets, as well as to describe future intentions. We will also ask ourselves: How can these tools be in synergy with those of our partners?
14:30 Activities to choose

  1. Virtual Team Teaching: Best Practices (room 3F.43) | Presentator: Brenda Lamb (John Abbott) | Documents: to come
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    Presentation and review of team teaching projects and best practices in which some of the Anglophone colleges have been involved followed by a round table discussion and question period.
  2. FuturProfs: the Website, the Community, and More / FutursProfs : le site Web, la communauté et les suites (room Conrod’s) (French Activity) | Presentator: Bruno Poellhuber (Université de Montréal) | Documents: Website | Fiche du CCDMD
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    The FutursProfs project; you have heard about it many times before and it is now completed. The website, developed using the CCDMD Calimero tool, includes more than 130 resources spread over 18 technological tools (blogs, wikis, Twitter, social networks, etc): introduction videos, teacher testimonials, pedagogical scenarios, simplified information process, video processes, translated documents taken from the series 7 things you should know about (Educause). Collections were put together for each type of tool, each collection becoming almost like a training module. 

    In this hands-on activity, you will become acquainted with the new site, the available resources and the collections. We would also like to introduce and validate the process for proposing new scenarios. And finally, we will introduce the ELGG installation which will be created on the Profweb site to support an emerging community.

  3. CCDMD’s Websites and Software: a World to Discover Again and Again! / Les sites Web et logiciels du CCDMD : tout un monde à découvrir ou à redécouvrir! (lab 5B.3) (French Activity) | Presentators: Véronica Gill et Philippe Bonneau (CCDMD)
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    This activity targets new IT REPs and those who would like to become familiar with the CCDMD’s websites and software that college teachers can benefit from to enhance their teaching and learning activities. A variety of websites and software newly created by the CCDMD will be presented, including: SECRA 4 (Simulation of a communication exercise in helping relationships), Éducation spécialiséeUrgence et communication (prehospital intervention simulations)Vendeur (Sales – version for web), Netquiz Web, Activité-Projet (for children’s global development), El camino de Santiago, etc.
15:30 Health break
16:00 Combined Activities (Both French Activities)

  1. Performatic.espaceweb.usherbrooke.ca Website / Le site Performatic.espaceweb.usherbrooke.ca | Presentator: Claude Martel (Performa) | Documents: Website
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    A brief overview of the pedagogical base, the evolution of paradigms and learning strategies, and an exploration of the opportunity to integrate technology into your classroom. Performatic is a website that deserves to be consulted by teachers who teach using a reflexive approach.
  2. CERES Presentation on Teaching and Learning Resources / Présentation de CERES pour la recherche de ressources d’enseignement et d’apprentissage | Presentator: Yves Munn (VTÉ) | DocumentsPresentation | Website CERES
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    An introduction to CERES, the latest tool from Vitrine technologie-éducation which allows you to search, find, aggregate and dessiminate teaching and learning resources originating from the free education and digital heritage.

    It is part of the movement of the semantic web and offers a collective catalogue of resources gathered by our partners in the College and University Network, and by other international organizations engaged in the production and collection of educational resources. During this activity, you will explore new functions, such as relational data, research on classification and equivalent taxonomies, and special features offered in advanced searches.


Thursday April 10

Time Activities
8:30 Breakfast

Activities to choose

  1. Google Apps for Education (lab 5B.3) | Presentator: Rafael Scapin (Dawson) | Documents: Presentation
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    Google offers a great number of tools that can be used in Education. It also has a free special program for colleges/universities called Google Apps for Education. This workshop will present the main Google tools that can be used in Education and will explain how the Google Apps for Education program works.
  2. Classroom Management in the Era of Technology / La gestion de classe à l’ère des technologies (room Conrod’s) (French Activity) | Presentators: Huguette Dupont (Granby) et Jean-Luc Trussart (Lanaudière – L’Assomption) | DocumentsPresentation
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    The presence of technology in classrooms is growing, whether cellular phones, tablets, laptops or traditional computer labs. This situation raises more and more questions as to how to manage the classroom. This workshop aims at bringing together knowledge, case histories and solutions to better support teachers. The activity will be in three parts: a short presentation of the concepts and resources on classroom management; sharing together, in large groups, the issues and problems experienced in our colleges; and in smaller groups, exchanges to highlight effective strategies to offer our teachers. Come participate in this co-building of educational practice on a current topic in an informal and relaxed environment!
10:00 Health break
10:30 Achievements of the REPTIC/IT REP Network and its Work Teams: Present and Future / Les travaux du Réseau REPTIC et des équipes de travail : le présent et le futur (French Activity) | Presentator: Nicole Perreault (Réseau REPTIC) and the team leaders | Documents:  REPTIC/ITREP Network Report | Présentation MonImageWeb | Modèle du guide d’accompagnement – TIC et réussite | Base de données Logiciel libre | Valeurs du Logiciel libre | Projets Tablette tactile
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In less than ten months, the collaborative spirit and the generosity that inspire members of the REPTIC/IT REP Network helped the work teams and the Network animator to achieve a lot of work that can be reinvested in the professional life of everyone. In this essential activity, you will hear a full progress report of all the work done and actions taken in 2013-2014. It will also be an opportunity to learn about some great achievements… Participants will be invited to identify the next actions to be taken and, if necessary, to propose other goals and actions.
12:30 Lunch
13:30 ICT Profile for College Students: New Cohort and Future Perspectives / Le Profil TIC des étudiants du collégial : nouvelle mouture et perspectives d’avenir (French Activity) | Presentator: Huguette Dupont (Granby) in collaboration with the ICT Profile actualisation team members | Documents: Presentation | ICT Profile 2014 | ICT Profile 2009 | Presentation ICT Profile: A Cognitive Approach First!
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We are at a crossroads concerning one of our frameworks; the ICT Profile for College Students. Many colleges have integrated the 2009 version in one or several of their programs of study. The 2014 version, the result of a major updating process, is being validated. Projects are being developed to better support colleges in their implementation of the ICT Profile.

This workshop has three goals: take possession of the 2014 version of the ICT Profile; discuss its integration in programs of study; and discovering available and upcoming tools and resources. The first part will involve all participants: presentations; feedback; open-question period and discussion. In the second part, the group will be divided in smaller groups for exchanges on the theme “To integrate or not integrate the ICT Profile, therein lies the question!”, and will conclude with a plenary review session.

15:30 Health break

Activities to choose

  1. Open Badges in Education with Moodle among other things! (lab 5B.3) | Presentators: Christophe Reverd (VTÉ) et Rafael Scapin (Dawson) | DocumentsVTE Partners with Mozilla Promoting Digital Badges in Education
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    During this session Vitrine technologie-éducation will present its alliance with Mozilla Open Badges Foundation as well as the role it intends to play in promoting the use of badges in Education in Quebec. Such a badge is a digital tool to reward motivation, contribution, success, perseverance and participation in obtaining both formal and informal skills.
  2. The Evolution of the Role of IT REPs in Their Colleges: Myth or Reality? / Évolution du rôle du REPTIC dans son collège : mythe ou réalité? (room Conrod’s) (French Activity) | Presentator: Lisa Tremblay (Ahuntsic) | Documents: Prezi
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    In recent years, the role played by IT REPs in their colleges seems to have evolved. Their expertise as technopedagogical specialists seems to be increasingly recognized. Is this perception founded? This is what we aim to understand as part of a round table where, based on our personnal experience, we will be invited to answer questions that will allow us to know more about the role that we have in our colleges:

    Participation of the IT REP as a specialist of pedagogical integration of ICT…

    • For pedagogical interventions: How does this translate?
    • For training offered to teachers: has the offer of training and the support used to provide it changed?
    • In committees such as the technopedagogical committee, the program committee, etc. (role and responsibilities)
    • In decision making linked to the development with regard to the integration of ICT: of what nature?
    • With the pedagogical counsellors of your college.
    • In writing documents such as the strategic plan of your college.

CERES (Centre d’études et de recherche en enseignement supérieur) Pedagogical Resources Search Tool: the Launch! / L’outil de recherche de ressources pédagogiques CERES : le lancement!
Did you just discover CERES while attending an activity offered during the REPTIC/IT REP meeting? Then it is now up to you to show us your new talent as a CERES REA (Ressources d’enseignement et d’apprentissage) discoverer during a wild treasure hunt that will provide you with the opportunity to win door prizes!


Friday April 11

Time Activities
8:30 Breakfast
9:00 Activities to choose

  1. New Copyright Reform (room 3B.15) | Presentator: Robert Cousineau (Heritage) | DocumentsPresentation
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    Learn how the new copyright reform has changed the way we work with digital content in the educational sector.
  2. EXPairTICE (room Conrod’s) (French Activity) | Presentators: Denis Bédard et Mélanie Cabana (Université de Sherbrooke) | DocumentsPresentation | Website EXPairTICE | Website CEDIT
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    The EXPairTICE project is a professional development tool for college and university teachers. This project proposes consultation on technopedagogical innovation paths, with several forms of support as a complement to those paths. The name EXPairTICE emphasizes the experiential knowledge of college and university teachers who have innovated in their teaching practices. The paths present pedagogical innovations that bring into perspective the integration of ICT for teaching through participative teaching methods. This project proposes the following:
    1. The development and putting on-line of paths that bring forward an innovation implemented by a Higher Education teacher
    2. A peer-support approach in a digital learning environment developed on the EXPairTICE platform

    The presentation will demonstrate the different innovation paths while explaining the website and available resources.

  1. Flubaroo for Feedback and Canva to Create / Flubaroo pour rétroagir et Canva pour créer (room 4A.3(French Activity) | Presentator: Jean Desjardins (CiSA) | Documents:  How-to Flubaroo | Website Flubaroo | How-to Canva | Website Canva 
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    Come and master the Flubaroo Add-On for Google Sheets and learn how to differentiate feedback from a test and flipped classrooms. A few minutes will also be spent on getting acquainted with Canva, a computer graphics tool that is simply amazing!
10:00 Health break
10:30  Activities to choose

  1. Backwards Course Design (room 3B.15) | Presentator: Dianne Bateman (Champlain) | DocumentsPresentation
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    Learn about backwards course design, an instructional design method which leads you to clearly defined assessment rubrics – useful for face to face learning as well as blended learning.
  2. Introduction to Certitude (How to Manage Access to Questionnaires in a Centralized Moodle) and the Use of Badges in Education / Présentation de Certitude (comment gérer l’accès aux questionnaires dans un Moodle centralisé) et de l’utilisation des badges en éducation (room Conrod’s) (French Activity) | Presentators: François Lizotte (DECclic-Moodle) et Christophe Reverd (VTÉ) | DocumentsVTE Partners with Mozilla Promoting Digital Badges in Education
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    This activity will take place in two stages:
    • Projet Certitude: We will explore how the questionnaires from Certitude can be made accessible in a centralized Moodle, using the LNI Standard, which allows for better control of future development of this project. As an extra bonus, there will be an overview of how to manage Moodle badges, an interesting  way to recognize ICT skills achievement and progress. 
    • Open Badge Use: During this session Vitrine technologie-éducation will present its alliance with Mozilla Open Badges Foundation as well as the role it intends to play in promoting the use of badges in Education in Quebec. Such a badge is a digital tool to reward motivation, contribution, success, perseverance and participation in obtaining both formal and informal skills.
11:30 Review of the Meeting and Preparation of Future Activities

Lunch and ITREP Meeting
Presentation of REPTIC/IT REP survey results, followed by an open discussion on REPTIC/IT REP needs and plans for the future—including ideas for next REPTIC/IT REP event, such as a theme, ideas for key note speakers, etc..

Special Activity – Friday at 14:00

Dive with Us in the Polytechnique Immersive 3D Vault! | Presentators: Christophe Reverd (VTÉ), Yves Munn (VTÉ) et Benoit Ozell (Polytechnique Montréal) | Documentation : Article Plongez au delà du réel dans une voute numérique 3D 

Come and see the infinitely small and large, a new time-traveling option, freeze the speed events imperceptible to your eye, simulate the reaction of the human body. Dive with us in an immersive 3D vault! Research opportunities and pedagogical uses are huge. What an experience! Recreational activity on the sidelines of the IT REP meeting in anticipation of a potential Virtual Reality VTE laboratory.


Logo CCDMD Véronica Gill (CCDMD)

The CCDMD team will be here to talk with IT REPs about products and services offered to teachers. Come visit us and find out about our new and upcoming products, the intercollegial photo contest, call for proposals, or to collect promotional items that you can distribute back in your college.

Logo Profweb Séverine Parent et Norm Spatz (Profweb)
Experience the new visual identity of Profweb!


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