Interdisciplinary virtual mobility though exterior classes for undergraduate students

The virtual mobility project brought together four groups/classes of French and Québécois university students enrolled in education science and psychology courses. Six videos of teaching staff in action with their students in an exterior class environment were developed, along with 13 theoretical modules developed by professors and educational consultants. These practical and theoretical resources enabled the students to select a theme and form interdisciplinary and intercultural research micro-communities of four to six students to produce two commented PowerPoint presentations.

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