Martin Aubé, professor at the physics department of the CEGEP of Sherbrooke, and associate member of the CRAQ, was awarded the “Prix Raymond-Gervais” for his exceptional contribution to the teaching of science and technology at the college level. Martin Aubé was recognized for the great quality of his teaching, his commitment and dedication, his innovative method, and finally, for his ability to think about pedagogy and education problems linked with the scientific training of young students.
This price is awarded each year by the Quebec Association for the Teaching of Science and Technology (Association pour l’Enseignement des Sciences et de la Technologie au Québec, AESTQ, in french). Since 1978, this annual price of the AESTQ rewards the particular achievements promoting and improving the teaching of science and technology in Quebec. Since 1995, the price was renamed “Prix Raymond-Gervais”, in the honor of its founder.
The CRAQ congratulates Martin Aubé for this award.
Olivier Hernandez, Ph.D.
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