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Find out everything there is to know about the CPQ’S programme de recherche et d'expérimentation pédagogique

Montréal, November 10, 2016 – Eager to contribute to the development of college research, the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur provides financial support to a number of research assistance programs, including the Programme de recherche et d’expérimentation pédagogiques (PREP, or pedagogical research and experimentation program), managed by the Association des collèges privés du Québec (ACPQ). With the aim of helping those who want to submit a grant application, the Association pour la recherche au collégial (ARC) is holding an online information session on Tuesday, November 22, 2016, between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.

What are the PREP’s objectives? Which institutions are eligible and what conditions must a project satisfy? What types of projects meet the requirements of this grant program? What are the qualities of a well-prepared grant application? These are some of the topics that will be covered during ARC’s information session intended for teaching and professional staff of subsidized  private colleges wishing to submit an application. 

To ensure the information session is accessible to as many people as possible, it will be offered online and will remain accessible for up to six months after it is held. In addition, it will be possible to hold discussions with resource persons in either French or English. For those who wish to apply for a grant or whose duties require them to support researchers who have a passion for discovery or experimentation, the online session Le Programme de recherche et d’expérimentation pédagogiques is an opportunity not to be missed. For more information or to register for the activity, call 514 843-8491, or write to arc@cvm.qc.ca. A registration fee will apply.

Projects that received PREP funding in 2016-2017

Matthieu Boutet-Lanouette (Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy), Alexandre Jobin-Lawler (Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy), Myriam Villeneuve (École nationale de cirque) and Anna-Karyna Barlati (École nationale de cirque), Aujourd’hui le collégial, demain le monde : étude sur la préparation des étudiants du collégial vers une carrière internationale

Michelle Deschênes (Collège O’Sullivan de Québec), Le développement professionnel des enseignants : portrait actuel de la situation dans les collèges privés du Québec

Geneviève Ducharme (Collège Laflèche), Évaluation d’une démarche d’enseignement d’attitudes professionnelles au collégial

Alexandre Jobin-Lawler (Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy) and Matthieu Boutet-Lanouette (Campus Notre-Dame-de-Foy), Le sport, un outil de persévérance scolaire pour des étudiants de sexe masculin au collégial?   … 2

Daniel Landry (Collège Laflèche), Diane Dumont (Collège Laflèche) and Stéphane Roy (Collège Laflèche), Terminer des études universitaires : le rôle du collégial et les conditions de réussite

Sébastien Rojo (Collège Laflèche), La nécessité d’une psychopédagogie préventive au service de la santé globale des étudiants du collégial


The mission of the Association pour la recherche au collégial, founded in 1988, is to promote college research by representing the interests of individuals and groups engaged with such research, by organizing activities to recognize excellence in college research, and by providing services to the college research community.
 

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Source: Lynn Lapostolle, Director General  514 843-8491 | 514 299-9568 | arc@cvm.qc.ca Association des collèges privés du Québec

Josée Robitaille, technicienne en bureautique Association pour la recherche au collégial 255, rue Ontario Est, local A7.67 Montréal (Québec)  H2X 1X6 Tél. : 514 843-8491 | Téléc. : 514 982-3448 www.cvm.qc.ca/arc | arc@cvm.qc.ca

 



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