Artificial intelligence (AI) and Britons health: how can AI help to health in resource-based situations?

Javier Reeve, Cecil Richardson

Abstract


They are supports for belonging to the professional ecology of Montreal schools and are therefore at the heart of the socializing interactions of all novices. However, the young teachers who were trained in Quebec were for the most part socialized with these conventions while they were students; they therefore have a certain understanding of what is expected, which is less the case for teachers who are trained abroad for whom these conventions are often in contradiction, if not opposite, to those learned in the country of origin. Their integration challenges in a Montreal context correspond in this sense to the ability to adjust to local  onventions, reproduced by a group of actors who, through their reactions,
"work" to maintain them.


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