Quebec Home & School News

Quebec Home & School News
March, 1984
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Number of pages: 16

Article titles:

  • Computers in Education Conference a big success
  • Editorial
    • It takes two to tango...
    • Detrimental to education in Quebec
    • President's message
  • Computers in Education
    • Moral issues of technology
    • Octo-Puce - a great success
    • School develops computer awareness kit
    • Lionel-Groulx focuses on computer systems
  • Traffic volunteers not insured
  • Hyperactivity - the all round 'perfect spoiled brat'
  • Quebec Association of Teachers of History
  • Special report: the Challenge of Changing
  • Computers demystified...
  • Can you beat Valois Park's membership record?
  • Loyalists celebrate Bicentennial in Gaspé
  • Planned Parenthood fights ignorance, inhibition about sex
  • Children having children
  • Violence and the family - women's shelters are overloaded
  • Focus on the Locals
    • Seigniory: school stops for fitness break
    • Hopetown: Gaspé local raises money with baking
    • Edgewater: policeman offers safety wisdom
    • Willingdon: festival of nine lessons
    • Courtland Park: children and staff perform for parents
    • Record fund-raising at Westpark
    • Beacon Hill: 'clean air school'
    • Windermere: parents learning health techniques
    • Herbert Purcell: local executive busy
    • Thorndale: improving [behaviour] on the school bus and in the school
    • Northview: school life is enriched with exciting field trips
    • Elizabeth Ballantyne: mini-bazaar worth repeating!
    • Eardley: children brush teeth at school
    • Beaconsfield: kids-only shopping
    • New Carlisle: law-abiding local gave Quebec too much
    • New Carlisle: popular art show and supper
    • New program ideas for kids and parents
  • Safety Scene
    • What do you know... about Red Cross youth?
    • Safety programs, let's take a 'serious look'
    • Teaching your child the meaning of symbols on hazardous products
Quebec Federation of Home and School Associations (QFHSA). “Quebec Home & School News” 21, no. 1 (March 1984).
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Fédération québécoise des associations foyer-école, inc. (QFHSA)

Fondation :

Public cible :
Secteur de l’éducation en anglais du Québec, de la maternelle à la 5e secondaire

Site Web : 

Activités :
Activités d’alphabétisation; activités pédagogiques; ateliers sur le leadership; ateliers sur le rôle parental

Anciens noms :
[Fusion entre] le Québec Provincial Council of Home and Schools et les Greater Montréal Federation of Home and School Associations; Quebec Federation of Protestant Home and School Associations