Les Tablettistes 2018

MARCH 7, 2018

Groupe Média TFO sees learning as an opportunity to innovate and create, both inside and outside the classroom. For this reason, we created a day of discussions and exchanges, Les Tablettistes, to rethink learning in the 21st century and the challenges linked to the 4th Industrial Revolution. This annual collaboration, featuring experts and youth, identify the education field’s needs in the digital era to reflect on future strategies.

A true dynamic laboratory of discussions about the challenges in education and new technologies, Les Tablettistes focus on the future and enable the dialogue between participants.

OTTAWA, Canada

WELCOME AND REGISTRATION

WELCOME AND REGISTRATION

MARCH 7, 2018 | 8.00am - 9.00am

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INTRODUCTION

OPENING ADDRESS

MARCH 7, 2018 | 9.00am - 9.15am

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OPENING ADDRESS

OPENING ADDRESS

MARCH 7, 2018 | 9.15am-9.45am

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Digital Citizenship

4th Industrial Revolution Humanism: Fostering Bright Digital Citizens

MARCH 7, 2018 | 9.45am-10.30am

In the swing of a digital revolution, the citizenship of students is now plural. Their daily lives now contain an online presence that requires learning an all-new set of skills to make responsible use of new technologies. This ever-present digital citizenship, which builds itself both using tools (tablets, computers, mobile devices) and media (social media, apps), comes with its own set of challenges: security, privacy, cyberbullying, identity, self-image, digital footprint, communications, relations, reputation, information, credits and copyrights…

Just as digital citizenship now features among the priorities of Ontarian school boards, Les Tablettistes will explore the importance of training bright world citizens.

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MORNING BREAK

MORNING BREAK

MARCH 7, 2018 | 10.30am - 11.00am

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Media Education

Societies of Knowledge: Media Education to Fight Fake News

MARCH 7, 2018 | 11.00am - 12.00am

Fake news, in order to fool their audience, are presented as authentic information. But under the guise of a serious press article, information can be incorrect or altered in order to generate clicks and social media interactions, to channel traffic towards a website, and so on. How can we deal with fake news in a post-truth era? How can we tell truth from lies? With the proliferation of information (re)sources, fake news, though they have been around for many years, are now spreading with unprecedented speed on the web. In this time of critical importance for the truth, education about the media and information becomes a priority. Henceforth, we must reinvent teaching methods. This conference will provide a global view of the phenomenon (its origins, the acceleration of the trend) and will provide the keys to reinvent learning methods linked to the media and infosciences.

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LUNCH

LUNCH

MARCH 7, 2018 | 12.00pm - 1.15pm

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SELF-ESTEEM

How to cope under the gaze of others

MARCH 7, 2018 | 1.15pm - 1.45pm

The origin of the Latin word for esteem, aestimare, means, on one hand, “determine the value of” and, on the other hand, “have an opinion about”. In other words, self-esteem is no more and no less than giving oneself a value and having an opinion about it. Self-esteem is a measure of our degree of self-appreciation.

Today, we exist only by and under the gaze of others. We are continually submitted to the study and assessment of our peers.

Here are some of this conference’s sub-themes:

  • We often hear that without self-esteem, it is difficult to thrive. What does self-esteem mean, exactly? Is it inherited or built?
  • Today, humans must succeed in life, especially in their own lives. While on a quest for singularity, humans still cannot live without others. The great paradox lies in confirming while maintaining a sense of self.
  • In a society focused on image, social status and performance, many are prisoners of the gaze of others. What are the consequences?
  • These days, we expect newness all the time. Originality at any cost. Interestingly, it is by accepting our worries under various modulations that self-esteem is built.
  • Giving up on being exceptional, accepting one’s own thoughts and actions, choosing a life mission― these gestures enable us to resist adversity and develop to our full potential.

Self-esteem is built through overcoming obstacles and challenges and through lifetime achievements.

The 7 Drives of Self-Esteem:

  • Loving and accepting oneself (trust yourself)
  • Have a positive self-image (find your style, seek inspiring role models)
  • Connect with others (trust others)
  • Feel competent (imagine new achievements, learn all your life)
  • Succeed in life (create a network of relationships)
  • Succeed at life (know how to set goals)
  • Dare to act…

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IDÉLLO

Barcamp

MARCH 7, 2018 | 2.25pm - 3.10pm

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Blockchain Revolution and Artificial Intelligence

Confidentiality, Individual Freedoms of Students and Personal Data Protection: The Legal Flipside of the Blockchain Revolution / Education Renewal Via Artificial Intelligence

MARCH 7, 2018 | 1.40pm - 2.25pm

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AFTERNOON BREAK

AFTERNOON BREAK

MARCH 7, 2018 | 2.30pm - 3.00pm

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First Impressions: How to enter any situation with Presence with Power

Barcamps / Workshops

MARCH 7, 2018 | 4.40pm - 5.10pm

It takes 1/10 of a second to make an impression when you meet someone new.  You can build trust, show warmth and confidence in a micro-moment by using the power of body language and nonverbal communication. This fast paced, interactive mini-workshop lead by Marjorie Malpass, Founder of Nerve Strategic Inc. will give you immediately usable skills to make the best first impression.

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INTERGENERATIONAL DIVERSITY

TO STAY CONNECTED... IN THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION... THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION!

MARCH 7, 2018 | 3.00pm - 4.00pm

This presentation titled Intergenerational Diversity is an opportunity to cast a comparative look at various generations. To remain connected, we must better analyze and understand the true challenges posed by new generations. In accounting for current phenomena, generations coexist in changing relationships marked by alternating conflict and cooperation. Generations make strange migrations through the fields of human cultures; their trajectories merrily mock our directions. They unite forces that create order and forces that renew. Such is the complexity of the present. This conference is also an opportunity to confirm that we can only access the mind of others by working on our own. Rethinking learning in the 21st century is also rethinking the function of TIME (present in the past, present in the present, present in the future) where new generations (Y, Z) will especially be concerned. In understanding what long time and short time mean, to skip from one to the other, patient work is needed to better understand that generations do not share the same priorities or the same methods for action. What can I learn from others? What can I teach them? Answers are no longer obvious. Words have new meanings, ways of doing and being change with each generation.

*The value of things no longer lies in the salary or in objects, but in information.

*Adepts of the present moment: in what way can they benefit, in the short term, from the lessons learned?

*How can the courage to go all the way be preserved in a world where perspectives continually change, and where we must often act quickly?

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IDÉLLO

Barcamp

MARCH 7, 2018 | 1.15pm - 1.45pm

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Pop-Up Talk: Youth

Discussion

MARCH 7, 2018 | 3.40pm - 4.10pm

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Female Leadership

Inclusive Future Trades Through Female Leadership

MARCH 7, 2018 | 4.10pm - 4.55pm

“65% of children currently entering elementary school will be doing jobs that don’t exist yet.” World Economic Forum (2016)

The ecosystem of jobs changes every day. One trend remains, however: in Canada, less than a third of those who are employed in a STEM field are women, and less than a fourth of managerial positions (management, chairmanship, vice-chairmanship) are held by women. Yet a 2017 study by McKinsey & Company (“The Power of Parity: Advancing Women Equality in Canada”) claims the fight against gender inequality could fetch anywhere between 150 and 420 billion dollars for the Canadian economy by 2026.

With this in mind, how can we create inclusive future jobs (all genders, ethnicities, handicaps, ages, sexual orientation…) to create a collaborative and diverse job market? Female leaders from a variety of backgrounds will be sharing their career and opinions about the challenges tomorrow’s leaders will encounter.

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CLOSING ADDRESS

CLOSING ADDRESS

MARCH 7, 2018 | 5.00pm - 5.30pm

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Cocktail

Cocktail

friday january 6th 2017 | 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

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