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Meeting : April 22, 23, 24 2015 – Collège Montmorency

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Main room of the meeting

Salle André-Mathieu’s lobby. The Salle André-Mathieu has its own entrance, located between Montmorency’s Entrance 1 and 2 and is identified with a sign.

Schedule

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Please note that most of the documentation is in french.

 WEDNESDAY APRIL 22

Time Activities
1 : 00 PM Welcome words and activities of the meeting (André-Mathieu’s Lobby)
1 : 30 PM Capsules Profil TIC des étudiants du collégial : nouvelle mouture (André-Mathieu’s Lobby) (French activity. This activity is also offered in English on Thursday morning at 9 AM) | Animator : Gilles Demers (Cégep à distance) | DocumentationFrench slide show used during the activity.
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A fruitful collaboration between the IT REP Network (Fédération des cégeps) and the Cégep à distance during the 2012-2013 academic year has resulted in the creation of 43 bilingual videos portraying the different skills of the ICT Profile for College Students, 2009 version. This collaboration was renewed and resulted in 15 new bilingual videos, this time portraying the 2014 version of the ICT Profile. The presentation will cover the history of the project and the particular challenges brought forward by the new orientation of the ICT Profile. Videos samples will also be presented, providing an excellent preview of the final version that will be officially launched in the Fall of 2015. Finally, an open discussion will explore ways of integrating the videos into the teaching practice.
2 : 00 PM Activities to choose

  1. Utilisation de Google Apps Éducation dans la classe / Using Google Apps for Education in the classroom (André-Mathieu’s Lobby) (french activity) | Animator : Maxime Ross (Rimouski) | Documentation : Slide show used during the activityListe d’applications et extensions Chrome intéressantes ; Liste de références Google Apps (Sites web, Capsules vidéo, etc.) ; Request for a Google Educational Domain ; Questions to ask to Maxime after his presentation
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    Many subjects will be addressed in this activity:

    • Presentation of Cégep de Rimouski’s progress in implementing GAFE (Google Apps For Education) with Chromebook: Testimonies/stories, motivation and context for implementation, unrestricted and free policy on the use of software at Cégep de Rimouski.
    • Feedback on Collège de Rosemont’s projects (see March 4 Webinar), and more to come!
    • Google Chrome:
      • Make a clear distinction between extensions and applications in Google Chrome
      • Demonstration of connecting to Chrome  with different profiles available for synchronizing data
      • Suggestions for extensions and interesting apps.
    • Demonstration of a pilot project in Google Classroom with a fake student user (students’ registration, management of files and homework).
    • Start-up of an intercollegial  community of practice.

  2. Concours intercollégial de photo Le monde en images : un lieu pour appliquer les habiletés du Profil TIC des étudiants / Intercollegiate photo contest – World of Images: a place to apply ICT Profile for College Students skills (Room A-1970) (french activity) | Animators : Denis Chabot and Véronica Gill (CCDMD) | DocumentationSlide show used during the activity ; Rules of the contest ; Evaluation criteria
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    This intercollegiate photo contest provides students from the CEGEP network with the opportunity to collaborate in the process of publishing on the World of Images website. Participation in this contest can be demanding and can also be the starting point for integrating skills such as those of the ICT Profile. The publication of original content in a media bank, public exhibition of photographs and prizes offer a learning environment, healthy competition and a source of motivation.
3 : 15 PM Break
3 : 30 PM

Le développement des habiletés informationnelles par la mise en œuvre réussie et concertée du Profil TIC des étudiants du collégial dans les cours et les programmes / The development of information skills through a successful and concerted implementation of the ICT Profile for College Students in courses and programs (André-Mathieu’s Lobby) (french activity) | Animator: Huguette Dupont (Granby), with the participation of REBICQ members | Documentation : Note taking (private access)
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Teachers, ICT advisors, academic counsellors and the staff of college libraries notice that despite widespread practices of documentation training, despite initiatives for integrating the ICT Profile in courses and programs of study and despite many research assignments required of students, the information skills of college graduates are quite often far from what is expected for them to pursue university studies and also for their professional and even personal life in our digital society.

Members of the Regroupement des bibliothèques collégiales du Québec (REBICQ) will join us in this discussion.

This workshop will first allow participants to take ownership of elements from the ICT Profile linked to information skills. This will be followed by a discussion of local practices on documentation training and the integration of the ICT Profile in order to highlight best practices and problems to address. The third part will focus on developing a common vision for supporting students and collaboration in the field.

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Thursday April 23

Time Activities
8 : 30 AM Breakfast
9 : 00 AM

Activities to choose

  1. ICT Profile for College Students: New videos (Room A-1970) | Animator : Gilles Demers (Cégep à distance) | DocumentationSlide show used during the activity.
    See description
    A fruitful collaboration between the IT REP Network (Fédération des cégeps) and the Cégep à distance during the 2012-2013 academic year has resulted in the creation of 43 bilingual videos portraying the different skills of the ICT Profile for College Students, 2009 version. This collaboration was renewed and resulted in 15 new bilingual videos, this time portraying the 2014 version of the ICT Profile. The presentation will cover the history of the project and the particular challenges brought forward by the new orientation of the ICT Profile. Videos samples will also be presented, providing an excellent preview of the final version that will be officially launched in the Fall of 2015. Finally, an open discussion will explore ways of integrating the videos into the teaching practice.
  2. Les usages pédagogiques de la tablette tactile : résultats d’un appel à tous sur le sujet et suites à donner / The pedagogical use of tablets: results of an appeal to all and follow-up actions (André-Mathieu’s Lobby) (french activity) | Animators : Louise Carmel (Rivière-du-Loup) and Nicole Perreault (Réseau REPTIC) | Documentation : Slide show used during the activity.
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    An appeal to all was sent out this winter on the IT Reps mailing list, inviting them and teachers form their colleges to share pedagogical uses of tablets. First, we will present the results from this appeal to all. Then, after sharing their discoveries on the pedagogical uses of tablets, IT Reps will be invited to identify follow-up actions to be taken.

9 : 30 AM

Activities to choose

  1. Learning Analytics in Education: How to Use Student’s Big Data to Improve Teaching (Room A-1970) | Animator : Rafael Scapin (Dawson) | Documentation : Slide show used during the activity.
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    Learning Analytics make use of the digital traces left by learners in online learning environments in order to improve teaching and learning and the environments in which these take place. This workshop will present you ways this information can be used by teachers in order to improve their teaching.
  2. Nos bons coups dans Moodle / Our best practices in Moodle (André-Mathieu’s Lobby) (french activity) | Animator : François Lizotte (DECclic) 
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    An actvity to exchange on the Moodle platform (positive experiences to share with other colleges, best practices to try elsewhere, etc.)
  3. Présentation des réalisations du projet Mathéma-TIC /  Presenting the accomplishments of the Mathéma-TIC Project (Room B-3423) (french activity) | Animators : Samuel Bernard (Lanaudière à Terrebonne) and Bruno Poellhuber (Université de Montréal) | DocumentationFrench slide show used during the activity.
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    The Mathéma-TIC Project aims to promote the creation of Open Educational Resources (OER) in math, in order to promote active learning and flipped pedagogy approaches. The proposed presention will look at:

      • Our experience in the design/production process of educational video clips
      • Quality criteria
      • Tools being used
      • Teacher training
      • Math problems developed in WebWork (close to 1000)
      • Sharing of resources in Moodle (for math teachers)
      • How Samuel uses flipped classroom scenarios in his classes
10 : 30 AM Break
10 : 45 AM

Activities to choose

1. How to easily find and share the latest research on educational technology and e-learning? (Room A-1970) | Animator : Chantal Lalonde (CDC) | Documentation : Slide show used during the activity.
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EdITLib is the leading digital library dedicated to education and information technology. The CDC (Centre de documentation collégiale) now gives you free access to this digital resource. Discover EdITLib, its content and its features.

Followed by : The Flipped Classroom in a College ESL Course (Room A-1970) | Animator : Patti Holter (Lionel-Groulx) | Documentation : Slide show used during the activity.
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The actitity is a presentation of the Flipped Classroom in an ESL classroom.

Points that would be covered are:

  • Concept of a flipped classroom
  • Examples of how video are used for the flipped classroom hosted on Moodle
  • Simple tools for teachers to use to produce videos
  • Anecdotal comments on the differences flipped videos have made in my Beginner English courses
  • Question and answer period if time permits.

2. Le téléenseignement : défi pédagogique, défi technologique? / Distance Education: Pedagogical or Technological Challenge? (André-Mathieu’s Lobby) (french activity) | Animators : Caroline Villeneuve and Andréanne Turgeon (Profweb) | Documentation : see Profweb report (in french) titled : La formation à distance dans le réseau collégial: enjeux et pratiques ; La formation à distance dans le réseau collégial: enjeux et pratiques (PDF version, in french) ; Appeal to All Compilation « Distance Education : Needs, Target Clientele, Challenges, Assistance »
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This roundtable is a follow-up on the survey sent to the REPTIC / ITREP mailing list on distance education practices. The responses and interviews with some of the reps allowed us to identify certain challenges when it comes to technological learning, pedagogical practices and class management. The IT Reps’ participation and the quality of exchanges made us want to pursue this discussion. The dossier prepared by Profweb will be given to all participants. The objective: an exchange on distance education, its challenges and on solutions that can be implemented in order to facilitate its implementation. At the end of this activity, which will be both collaborative and reflective, IT Reps will be invited to give their opinion on the prospects for distance teaching. This will be a great opportunity to network, share your experiences, get informed or call upon the expertise of your colleagues.
12 : 00 Lunch break
1 : 00 PM

Les travaux du Réseau REPTIC et des équipes de travail : aujourd’hui et demain / The work of the REPTIC / IT Network and its working groups: now and in the future (André-Mathieu’s Lobby) (french activity) | Animator : Nicole Perreault (Réseau REPTIC)  | DocumentationWorkplan 2014-2015 of the IT REP Network

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This activity is a must and is always appreciated: we take advantage of this occasion to debrief on all the work done and actions taken by the working groups and the animator of the REPTIC / ITREP Network during 2014-2015. It is also an opportunity to celebrate some great accomplishments… We will be called upon to identify follow-up actions and, in some cases, to propose new objectives and actions.
2 : 00 PM

Activities to choose

1. CVIC : pédagogie active et novatrice en soins de santé / CVIC (Virtual Centre for Clinical Immersion): Active and innovative teaching in health care (André-Mathieu’s Lobby) (french activity) | Animators : Luc Grenier and Jocelyne Dupont (Shawinigan) | Documentation : Clip of the presentation made during the IT REP meeting (in french)  Slide show used during the activity ; Simulation de l’explosion en chimie au Collège Shawinigan ; Présentation vidéo du Centre virtuel d’immersion clinique
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This activity introduces the Virtual Centre for Clinical Immersion (CVIC) at the Cégep de Shawinigan.

At the leading edge of technology, the Virtual Centre for Clinical Immersion is equipped with five automated mannequins, a control room and a debriefing room. CVIC is an active and innovative teaching tool, making it easier to transfer knowledge and to acquire skills in health care, whether at the decision-making level, problem resolution, or ethical and compliance issues. It is like a mini virtual hospital for health care students. A place where they can transfer their knowledge and improve their clinical judgment, their decision making and their autonomy, as well as their professional esteem,  while benefiting from feedback. Its contribution to the health care network is to maintain an acceptable equilibrium between the output and the input of expertise in our health care system.

2.  Base de données Profil TIC des étudiants / ICT Profile for College Students’ Database (Room A-1970) (french activity) | Animator : Sophie Gagnon (Web integrator) | DocumentationProcedure on how to add an ICT Profile elaboration project
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The ICT Profile for College Students’ bilingual database is an extra milestone that promotes mutual support and exchange of information on the integration of the ICT Profile for College Students in colleges. It provides a portrait of integration projects already implemented:

  • By college
  • By program
  • By state of progress

The database of the ICT Profile is available for consultation by visitors on the REPTIC / ITREP website and makes it possible to generate a personalized report. ITREPs are the only people with private access to this database, which allows them to update information from their college. This hands-on activity introduces the database and its capabilities, and also explains how to enter information about your college.

Followed by : Comment trouver efficacement les articles et les recherches récentes en technologie éducative? (Room A-1970)  (French activity. This activity is also offered in English on Thursday morning at 10:45 AM) | Animator : Chantal Lalonde (CDC) | Documentation French slide show used during the activity.
See description

EdITLib is the leading digital library dedicated to education and information technology. The CDC (Centre de documentation collégiale) now gives you free access to this digital resource. Discover EdITLib, its content and its features.
3 : 30 PM

Break

3 : 45 PM

Activities to choose

1. Infonuagique: explorations / Exploring Cloud Computing (André-Mathieu’s Lobby) (french activity) | Animators : François Lizotte (DECclic) and Christophe Reverd (VTÉ) | DocumentationSlide show used during the activity.
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 Extending the pedagogical and cloud computing lab: conducting a class in the Vitrine technologie-éducation (VTÉ) cloud – François Lizotte and Christophe Reverd would like to make you partners in our could computing experiences:

  1. Why are you still going into computer labs when it is possible to access this space and software from anywhere (FOAD/FAD), whenever, and on a vast range of electronic equipment (BYOD), thanks to cloud computing?
  2. Integration of Microsoft Office 365 and of Google Apps for Education in Moodle

2. Comment utiliser le MOOC ITES avec les enseignants de votre collège / How to use MOOC with teachers at your college (Room B-3423) (french activity) | Animator : Bruno Poellhuber  (Université de Montréal) | DocumentationSlide show used during the activity
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 MOOC: Introduction and preview. Higher Education Pedagogical Innovations (free and presented by B. Poellhuber and T. Karsenti) and discussion with IT Representatives on how they could use MOOCs with teachers at their college.

The following subjects will be addressed:

  • Week 1: Teaching with technology;
  • Week 2: Pedagogical use of social media;
  • Week 3: 1-1 Initiatives (portables, tablets, BYOD);
  • Week 4: Active teaching and active learning;
  • Week 5: Active classroom and flipped classrooms;
  • Week 6: MOOCs

3. Encouraging Blended Learning with Creative Commons and Open Educational Resource (Room A-1970) | Animator : Ryan W. Moon (TIPSA) | Documentation : Link to the web page created for the activity
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Teachers can enhance the design of their courses with material from the Internet, but many worry about the legality of using online content. Whether it be for moving towards blended learning, or simply using different media from the Internet in classroom presentations, we will explore resources that can be used freely and legally. At the end of the workshop, participants will be familiar with the Creative Commons licence, Open Educational Resources and a variety of websites where they can find media for use in their teaching practice.
5 : 00 PM

Cocktail
When robots and drones are invited to the REPTIC / ITREP cocktail… / Quand les robots et les drones s’invitent au cocktail des REPTIC… (Room Ambroisie)
The Vitrine technologie-éducation (VTÉ) proposes that you add value to the April 23 cocktail by watching a series of animated films on the edge of science and technology. You will discover the challenge of pedagogical robotics with Robotique Zone01 Robotics, and with the participation of robots from the Robotics team from Collège de Bois-de-Boulogne as well as the NAO of the Computer Science department at Cégep de Thetford. You will control a robot with your thoughts as shown on the Télé-Québec program Génial (episode 120). You will be drumming… by waving your arms up in the air. We will plunge into virtual reality using Totem de VrVana (Montreal)’s helmet, which will let you see it all! Can you guide a robot using brain waves (working in parts), to play an arcade game or to type a text by concentrating?

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Friday April 24 

Time Activities
8 : 30 AM Breakfast
9 : 00 AM

Besoins et contraintes propres au recours à l’infonuagique dans les collèges / Needs and constraints related to the proper use of cloud computing in colleges: updates (André-Mathieu’s Lobby) (french activity) | Animators : Nicole Perreault (Réseau REPTIC), François Casabon (Fédération des cégeps), Christophe Reverd (VTÉ), with the participation of the directions of Information Technologies : Alexandre Lupien (Ahuntsic), Michel Vincent (Édouard-Montpetit), René Guitar (Vieux Montréal) and Daniel Lavoie (Outaouais)  | DocumentationNote taking
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The use of cloud computing in colleges means considering various aspects (legal, technical, pedagogical, etc.). One of these is considering why using cloud computing is being considered.

Through overviews inpired by the skills of the ICT Profile for Students (distance communication, content sharing, networking), IT Reps and IT managers are invited to identify what is considered (needs, criteria, legal, technical and pedagogical constraints) in order to choose the right cloud computing space that will respond to their specific needs.

10 : 15 AM Break
10 : 30 AM  Activities to choose

  1. Nouvelle offre de cours TIC à Performa – TIC813: Fondements de l’intégration des TIC dans sa pratique enseignante / New ICT Course offered by PERFORMA – ICT813: The foundations of integrating ICTs in teaching (Room A-1970) (french activity) | Animator : Sawsen Lakhal (Université de Sherbrooke) | Documentation : TIC-813 – Fondements de l’intégration des TIC dans sa pratique enseignante ; TIC813 Course Plan
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    This activity presents Course ICT813. This course is oriented towards the appropriation of frameworks for integrating ICT in teaching. It suggests that we reflect on different elements to take into account and to analyze how to efficiently integrate ICTs in one’s teaching. The following themes will be emphasized: teaching methods made possible with the help of ICTs, a reference for college teachers ICT skills, the ICT Profile for College Students, ethical considerations linked with using ICTs, etc. Some of these themes have already been looked at by the REPTIC/ITREP network in the last few years. The implementation of these themes will be reviewed with the participants of this activity.
  2. La classe inversée : l’apprentissage des maths facilité / The flipped classroom = an easier way to teach math (André-Mathieu’s Lobby) (french activity) | Animator : Nicolas Arsenault (Maisonneuve) | DocumentationSlide show used during the activity.
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    For the last two years, I have been teaching with the “flipped classroom” approach.  For this project, I set-up videos of two math classes. Students have access to these videos by going to: http://formulemath.com/. At the end of each semester, I administer a detailed evaluation questionnaire to the students so that I get as much feedback as possible.
    In this presentation, I want to share the different steps of my process, that is: the main characteristics of the videos, active learning in class and the results of the surveys.
11 : 45 AM Review of the meeting and we will see you next time !

 

STANDS

Logo CDC Chantal Lalonde (CDC)
Chantal Lalonde from CDC will be distributing promotional material to attendees and answering questions regarding access to the ressources and collections of CDC.
Logo AQPC Stéphanie Carle (AQPC)

Visit the AQPC kiosk to learn more about the IT pedagogical resources it offers in English: online articles from the journal Pédagogie collégiale, papers in English at the 2015 AQPC annual symposium, online community of practice, and much more!

Logo CCDMD Véronica Gill and Cyr-Marc Debien (CCDMD)

The CCDMD team will be present to meet with IT Reps and discuss the products and services offered to teachers. Come and meet us and learn about our new products, upcoming ones, the intercollegiate photo contest, our call for projects, or to pick-up promotional materials to distribute in your colleges.

 

Address and phone number

Collège Montmorency
475, de l’Avenir boulevard
Laval, Quebec H7N 5H9
Telephone : 450 975-6100

Collège Montmorency is located directly in front of Montmorency metro station. It is also accessible via Exit 7, Boulevard de la Concorde Est of Highway 15.

Parking : 

Collège Montmorency’s paid parking is accessible to visitors. 
Price : 7 $ (payable in cash). There is no reserved zone for the parking, although, there are limited places.

Internet access : 

  • Choose network : Le Collège Montmorency
  • Username : reptic
  • Password : Colloque1

 

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