Mosaïque sans frontières
Collaboration between two teachers—one in Quebec and one in Belgium—gave rise to the Mosaic education Web site [http://mosaique.cstfelicien.qc.ca], which allows students in the environmental-protection option of the natural-environment-techniques, nursing, and social-ecology programs to work on transdisciplinary and international teams to solve problems and resolve complex cases from the perspective of their individual programs. The ensuing sharing of knowledge doesn't simply let students deepen their knowledge: it provides an opportunity for them to disseminate their work to future generations of students when they add their pieces to the mosaic. A socioconstructivist position, information technologies (ITs), teamwork from the perspective of problem-based learning, shifting from a disciplinary- to transdisciplinary-approach, and openness to international collaboration are the ingredients that, as an aggregate, constitute the originality of the Mosaic Web site. Students now have access to an additional learning tool unrestricted by the boundaries between disciplines, programs, and countries.
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