Mathematics Leadership (en Francais)

May 31, 2013 at 1:54 pm Leave a comment

The Literacy Numeracy Secretariat has released a new French language webcast on mathematics leadership, described as “En tant que leader pédagogique, la direction d’école joue un rôle important quant à la performance et à l’amélioration des élèves de l’école. Cette vidéo se veut un outil pour aider les directions d’école à exercer leur leadership pédagogique en mathématiques. Elle fournit des idées et des exemples pratiques qui visent l’amélioration du rendement des élèves.”

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