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Web design: combining creativity and conventions at the service of the user

By Isabelle Grégoire, President The feedback from our users is invaluable. This is what allows us to better understand their expectations and to prioritize our efforts to always do better. From the very beginning of Classo, we have sought to know the impressions of those who use the platform. We have Read more about Web Design: combining creativity and conventions at the service of the user[...]

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What is your digital carbon footprint?

The issue of the environment is of growing concern and governments are making it an important issue. Consider the abolition of plastic water bottles or the carbon tax. Our use of digital technologies often goes under the radar, but unthinking use can have impacts that are Read more about What is your digital carbon footprint?[...]

Flashing data

by Isabelle Grégoire, president and founder of Classo How can meteorologists predict the weather? How does Facebook choose the ads that will be displayed on your news feed? How can we better understand certain diseases and find treatments? Why does Google put some websites forward rather than others? Read more about Insights[...]

The spirit of community (of practice)

by Isabelle Grégoire, President and Founder of Classo My meetings and conversations with teachers, school counselors, principals and school administrators led me to the following conclusion: there are a lot of initiatives interesting ideas put forward by innovative educators and committed leaders everywhere in our schools. Full of tools, Read more about Community Spirit (Practice)[...]

The judicious use of technology: implications for students

By Fannie Rivet (last article of 3) Promoting the judicious use of technology is truly at the heart of Classo's approach and mission. But what exactly does that mean? This blog post, the last in a series of three, offers a reflection on the issue and looks at the implications Read more about The judicious use of technology: the implications for students[...]

The judicious use of technology: the implications for teachers

by Fannie Rivet (1 article 3) Promoting the judicious use of technology is truly at the heart of Classo's approach and mission. But what exactly does that mean? This blog post, the first in a series of three, offers a reflection on the issue and looks at the implications Read more about The judicious use of technology: the implications for teachers[...]

Summer: A Time to Take Stock

With the summer in full swing and the prospect of warm, sunny days, taking time to reflect on the past year is a good way to learn from your experiences and set new career goals. for the next school year. At Classo, we thought it would be Read more about Summer, a moment to reflect[...]

Pilot projects: to guide your decisions

We can not wait to launch the Classo platform and make it available to everyone. But before, we will conduct pilot projects with some schools and school boards in January and February 2019. Why? To validate that it meets the needs of users. Planned in consultation with each community, these pilot projects Read more about Pilot projects: to guide your decisions[...]

"One is never certain of the contents of treasure chest when not in possession of the key. "

"One is never sure of a treasure of which one has not only the key. Jean-Napoléon Vernier, Fables, Thoughts and Poems, (1865) The creation of a service like Classo would be unthinkable without the contribution of teachers. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who, for the past eight months, have Read more about It's all well digital, except that ...[...]

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