Kells recommends: e-learning resources for students of all ages
When it comes to e-learning, Kells has a distinct advantage. Our remote learning capabilities were ten years in the making, with staff trained on early versions of Google Classroom. Evolving along with the platform has been an ongoing priority, so our teachers and students were comfortable with e-learning technology long before coronavirus became 2020's word of the year. The move to distance learning has been seamless for our students. We’ve leveraged our existing online academic program, moving forward with a government-mandated curriculum, as planned. While teaching Kells students from the curriculum hasn’t changed, our teaching staff also knows where to go to get the best online teaching resources. Today, we're happy to share some of them with you. We know not all students here in Canada and elsewhere have enjoyed the same smooth transition towards distance learning as Kells students, and, instead, have to rely on alternative sources. We hope this curated list of resources will...
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Article 21: Student & Parent Rights in Québec’s Education System
Article 21 in Québec's education system is designed to safeguard students and parents by implementing rules and procedures. This article focuses on resolving complaints effectively to enhance the educational system. It includes provisions for quick responses in specific situations and ensures a fair and transparent process for everyone involved, including complainants and those assisting in resolving issues.