May 20, 2022

Jasons pédagogie numérique” — A new podcast to listen to on Eductive

Who are the people who innovate, energize, and shape the learning experience in Quebec’s higher education network?

Jasons pédagogie numérique” is a podcast that explores the journey of education professionals who have developed, throughout their career, the expertise that allow us to better take on the great challenges of teaching in the 21st century.

The podcast features interviews with researchers, academic advisors in digital pedagogy, teachers, and other people from the network who are passionate and whose passion is contagious!

Though most episodes so far have been recorded in French (and are avalaible in Eductive’s French edition), 1 episode is already online in English and more English episodes are to come.

Listen to the English version of our episode 0 to learn more about our podcast!

About the authors

Florence Sedaminou Muratet

Florence has 20 years of experience in education. She has worked in France, South Africa and Hong Kong and designed curricula in Humanities and French. With Eductive, her interest focuses on digital transformation’s challenge in higher education. She has taught French, History and Humanities from secondary school to university and more specifically for six years in the IB network, where she obtained a certification in leadership in educational change. Project manager and consultant in digital pedagogy, she is also a Ph.D. candidate at UQAM. Florence’s research focuses on the representation of diversity in the digital age and is involved in various projects in artificial intelligence. She is particularly interested in the anthropology of digital uses in West Africa.

Alexandre Enkerli

He is a Technopedagogical Advisor at Collecto, where he helps learning professionals make technology appropriate for their contexts, just like he did as a technopédagogue for Vitrine technologie-éducation from 2014 to 2016. Alex comes back to this role after a few in Ottawa (creating cybersecurity learning pathways and a Massive Open Online Learning Experience on public engagement), and in Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean for participatory-action research at COlab.

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