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We believe that education should benefit from best educational and technological approaches to better meet the increasingly diverse needs of learners and promote their success, today and for their whole life.

We are contributing in our own way by supporting the various actors of the school network throughprofessional information continuing education and the creation of educational tools. For us, the challenges of teaching in the digital age are above all humans.

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Our resources

The education magazine
in the digital age

The professional periodical that supports pedagogical reflection in connection with digital competence.

Published 3 times a year, in print and digital format. New files, chronicles and practical suggestions in a dynamic layout: an essential element of the toolbox of any teacher, educational advisor and member of the administration of a school.

Activity guides SCOOP!

Learning paths for active pedagogy inspired by current events, which links disciplinary and digital skills.

3rd year of primary until the end of secondary. Eligible in Quebec under budget measure 15082 for the subscription to digital educational resources (REN).

Recent Guides ...

Vaccines and COVID-19: where are we exactly?

November 18, 2020. Just over eight months after the start of the global COVID-19 pandemic and a frantic race for the miracle cure, two vaccines appear to be 95% effective and safe according to the full results of their clinical trials. Insights into how a vaccine is made.

Mental Health and Pandemic: How to Feel Better

Accepting the emotions you are feeling might be the key to feeling better. During these exceptional times, what would you like to do to ensure a healthy balance in your life? Remember, it's okay not to be okay.

Mental health and the pandemic: how to get better

The figures speak for themselves: 86% of members of the Order of Psychologists have observed an increase in psychological distress in their patients since last spring. Perspectives on how to get better in this context of a global pandemic that has affected us for several months now.

Our trainings

The CréaCamp: continuing education in action

Live training, in different formats for different needs!

The CréaCamp is precious time for discover or deepen digital tools in a educational perspective, in small groups and live with our experienced facilitators! Watch for the upcoming program or book your CréaCampMD custom!

Our reports

Themes explored in depth

Academic motivation: why do we persevere?

Although the theme of school perseverance is well documented, École branchée wanted to take a fresh look by taking into account the current situation and by addressing the determinants associated with school in particular.

Online Speaker's Guide to Better Engage Audience

Are you preparing for an online training or conference? This new guide aims to equip you to promote interaction with your audience in a remote presentation context. You will be able to maximize your experience as a speaker as well as that of your participants!

After COVID-19… Reboot or Reinvent?

How can we take advantage of the experience of spring 2020 as a lever towards improving pedagogy in our schools? Consolidating and reflecting on what we have learned in order to draw lessons from it is already preparing for the next school year. The RÉCIT private education team offers you four main recommendations, drawn from its support during the COVID-19 crisis, which will allow you to improve your school's teaching practices.

Educational meetings

Meet inspiring players in education!

CHAPO to three ICT enthusiasts

L'École branchée met the three 2019 CHAPO award recipients, Marie-Ève ​​Gagnon, Valérie Cadieux and Brigitte Besnard.

Learn with your digital device

We met Steve Létourneau, educational advisor at the local RÉCIT service, who told us about the setting up of AVAN classes within the Affluents school board.

The strength of collaborative projects: when 1 + 1 = 3

We met Annie-Claude Laniel and Karine Godin-Tremblay, elementary school teachers, who talk to us about collaborative projects accessible in the context of REFER.

Universal Design for Learning: Benefits and Challenges

* On this tragic day for the Académie Sainte-Anne, little sister of Collège Sainte-Anne, which suffered a major fire last night, we are wholeheartedly with the staff! * We met Cathy Brazeau, Director of Educational Development at Collège Sainte-Anne, to talk about Universal Design for Learning (CUA), an inclusive course planning approach that takes into account, upstream, the needs of all students. learners.

School-family link

To promote co-education in the digital age.

November 2020: Resourceful Month for the family

Young people aged 6 to 12 and their families are invited to celebrate science and technology as part of the Mois des Résouillards en famille.

Virtual schools for high school students

“Do you know of any virtual schools where I can register my child? This is the question that parents ask us most often since the start of the school year. We therefore sought to answer this question.