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The Learner and The Feeling of Self-Efficacy

This article is dedicated to the memory of Albert Bandura. In a previous article, we presented the self-efficacy theory of the psychologist Albert Bandura, a […]

Rest and Recuperate Smartly

We talk less about the importance of taking time off work than we do about eating well or being physically active. Our demanding lives and […]

First Digital Profile of Quebecers with Disabilities

For the first time, the NETendances survey, which draws up a digital profile of Quebecers each year, focused on adults with disabilities. The notion of […]

[INFOGRAPHIC] 10 Contributions of Neuroscience to Education

Neuroscience has given us privileged access to the brain for the past thirty years. With the help of sophisticated equipment, including brain imaging, they have […]

Universal Design Principles and Their Application in Education

My journey in advocating for accessible education started many years ago and in a different country. Colombia is my country of origin, and over there, […]

Cheating, Uncertainty and Humour in The Classroom: Test Your Knowledge!

Do you know the most effective ways to counteract student cheating? Do you know what factors most encourage students to cheat, depending on whether they […]

Democratizing Higher Education Through Online Course Delivery

“Our society cannot afford a two-tiered system in which the affluent have access to superior education … Academic excellence, educational equity, and fairness demand a […]

3 Ages of the Brain Under the Microscope of Neuroscience

Over the last few decades, neuroscience has begun to confirm or refute certain hypotheses we had about how the brain works, in addition to leading […]

Are You Languishing or Flowing?

8:00 AM. The alarm rings for the third time since 7:00 AM. Your slightly crumbled yoga mat taunts you from the corner of the room. […]

Mastering skills in 3 steps

Observing our peers is not only our first mode of learning, but it remains one of the most effective even in adulthood. In the social-cognitive […]

Tips for Better Learning: Test Your Knowledge!

Do you know the best tips for taking notes or the most common myths about learning? Do you know Elmore’s four modes of learning that […]

Modeling or Learning Through Observation

“Modeling” consists of learning by observing, not simply to imitate one’s model, but to go beyond it by interpreting and using the observed behaviours in […]

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