Teaching remotely - Coronavirus outbreak¶
Information on the Coronavirus Epidemic (in France)
Working from home because of the Coronavirus outbreak¶
As of Friday 13rd of March 2020, my colleagues and I at ENS de Rennes were asked to start working from home. Update : since we started working at the end of August 2020, everything so far has been in presence, as usual.
This page is only describing MY point-of-view, it is NOT officially from the point of view of my employer.
I am describing in French in this webpage how I will (try my best) to teach remotely, during this special moment !
This blog post by the Free Software Foundation (FSF) lists tools to teach remote classes and stay in touch online: https://www.fsf.org/blogs/community/better-than-zoom-try-these-free-software-tools-for-staying-in-touch.
Responsibilities in 2019/2020¶
I am in charge of the training for Computer Science option for the national exam of « agrégation de mathématiques » (to become a teacher in maths and/or computer science) (« prépa agrég », option D), and in particular I’m in charge of the practical sessions of programming, in Python 🐍 and OCaml 🐫. (80 h / year) The time table is here!
I give the course of Introduction to Algorithmic (ALGO1) for the first year student (in L3) at ENS de Rennes (see the page for the same course in the maths department, given by François Schwarzentruber). (20h / year)
I’m also in charge of the bi-monthly research seminar of the Computer Science department, of some visits of research labs, and of the internships of first year students (in L3) at ENS de Rennes, as well as responsible of sorting the admission on file of new students (not the competitive exam). (60h / year)