over 40,000
teachers have access to our professional magazine and to our activity guides each year

The medium of education in the digital age

over 2,500,000
pages were viewed on our site in 2020-2021, by more than 900,000 visitors

Actor in the promotion of education and teaching profession

more than 1000
teachers, directors and educational consultants were trained directly in CréaCamp in 2020-2021

Partner of continuous professional development in the digital age

About École branchée ...

Education improves the life of every human being. It positively influences health, happiness and civic engagement, promoting the prosperity of societies. It must therefore benefit from current advances to meet the increasingly diverse needs of learners. While recalling that the challenges of education in the digital age are first and foremost human, theTrendy school work at form and inform the actors of the school environment and its ecosystem.
We support teachers, educational advisers and school administrators in the development of their professional expertise so that they feel confident to better meet the increasingly diverse needs of young people and promote their success today. hui and for all their life.
🎯 Our pillars: Professional development | Digital competence

Our mission

The mission of École branchée is to support education stakeholders in the development of their professional expertise in the digital age to promote educational success.

Our vision

An education in motion that has the expertise to meet the diverse needs of today's youth in order to promote their success and development!

As a teaching medium in the digital age, École branchée develops and maintains an independent network enabling initiatives from the entire educational ecosystem (teachers / directors / professionals, public / private, primary / secondary, French-speaking / English-speaking) to meet in order to:
- promote the development and appropriation of current pedagogical and educational practices, in particular through digital technology;
- promote education, school and the teaching profession.

Our activities

Our network

Made in Quebec, broadcast throughout the Francophonie! École branchée is one of the most important information media on digital education and new pedagogical approaches.

Our impact

In Quebec alone, there are around 100,000 teachers preparing nearly a million students for the future. Our team firmly believes that supporting a teacher has an impact on dozens of students each year throughout their career. Let's imagine that we could do it with thousands ... Here is a promise of the most stimulating impact, especially since the actions of the École branchée also inspire beyond borders!

Our values

They inspire us every day!

Leadership

🏹 The one who allows to believe in his full human potential, the one who pushes to undertake in coherence with his values, to think outside the box and to dare to realize oneself.

Creativity

🗝 That allows one to think, dream, stop time to taste this idea which, at first glance, seems far-fetched, and yet nothing and no one can stop. 

Innovation

👣 That pushes to try, to make mistakes, to adjust, to start over, but to always move forward; to take these first, unique steps at the right time.

Our team

A passionate, sparkling and "inflamed" team!

Audrey Miller

Managing Director, Editor

Member of the Order of Excellence in Education, Audrey is editor of L'École branchée publications. With a DESS in educational technologies and a bachelor's degree in public communication, she particularly covers news related to the professional development of teachers and digital literacy. She is a member of the Professional Federation of Quebec Journalists (FPJQ) and has been involved in the educational ecosystem since 1997, most recently in the Edteq Association and on the ACELF communications committee.

Read his articles here. >>

Stephanie Dionne

Director of development and partnerships, facilitator of educational meetings and project director, École branchée on the family

In addition to being director of development and partnerships and facilitator of educational meetings at École branchée, Stéphanie is recognized as the fairy godmother of co-education in the digital age. As a certified professional coach in NLP at La Famille De Ma Vie - Coaching, she leads workshops for young people and families on healthy emotional and behavioral management and is also involved with various organizations, including the YWCA which comes in help women experiencing homelessness.

See his interviews and articles here. >>

Maryline Barrette-Dubé

Communication and Marketing Advisor

Graduated with a bachelor's degree in public communication, marketer For more than 15 years, Maryline has been working to promote the activities of École branchée and to publicize the organization's mandate since 2018. She is a devoted mother, a confident Epicurean and a lover of IPA who, in her spare time, loves good blog.

Read his articles here. >>

Laurie Couture

Educational advisor, CréaCamp Découverte coordinator, SCOOP product manager!

A high school French teacher and contributor to various blogs, Laurie Couture is passionate about writing and for the innovative aspect in education: how can you change your ways of doing things to improve your method? She loves to discover, discuss and develop about convincing practices related to technologies. Using digital technology, she aspires to set up projects and documents responding to current trends and proposing new approaches.

Read his articles here. >>

Jason belzile

Educational advisor, coordinator of CréaCamp

Jason is an educational advisor at École branchée. He has a bachelor's degree in preschool and elementary education. He is passionate about pedagogy and is particularly interested in professional integration, diversity and the enhancement of the teaching profession. A true rockstar, he is the face behind the famous "Mr. Jason Copier"!

Martine Rioux

Editor-in-chief, special projects manager

With a bachelor's degree in communication and journalism, Martine has written for various newspapers and magazines. She continued her career as an interactive communications advisor at La Capitale, a financial group, then at Québec Numérique, an organization of which she took over as general manager before making the jump as political advisor in the office of the Minister for Government Digital Transformation. This year is essential for the media section of École branchée!

Read his articles here. >>

Francine Bouchard

Accounting officer and treasurer

Specialist in business administration thanks to whom we can do things "the right way"!

Laurianne Bellamy

Fairy of reader services

Specialist in solving technical problems and administrative mysteries!

Etienne Lopez

Virtual educational advisor

We are not always sure that he really exists, but he is always very good advice!

Our authors, trainers and main collaborators

They are part of our DNA!

Laurent Di Pasquale

Author and trainer

Laurent is a secondary school human sciences teacher in Belgium and a digital-supported pedagogy trainer. He describes his pedagogy as being deeply positivist, human and innovative. Her first four years in special education forced her to show creativity and benevolence in her practices, in order to make students want to learn, despite their difficulties. He also helps his colleagues on a daily basis to develop their practices.

Read his articles here. >>

Mrs Prof

Author

She holds a bachelor's degree in education and is currently a candidate for a master's degree in education. She is involved with various organizations in order to equip teachers and improve the various facets of teaching and learning in Quebec.

Read his articles here. >>

Marc-André Girard

Columnist

Holder of a bachelor's degree in humanities education (1999), a master's degree in history teaching (2003) and a master's degree in educational management (2013), Marc-André is currently a doctoral candidate in administration school. School principal, author and lecturer, he specializes in change management in schools as well as in leadership. He is also interested in 21st century skills to be developed in education.

Read his articles here. >>

André Magny

Author

For more than 30 years, André has traveled back and forth between journalism and teaching French to teenagers and adults alike. Freelance freelance writer for various media including Francopresse, he was also a cultural journalist at Law in Ottawa and in charge of new technologies at Soleil de Québec. He also did sports journalism in France. He has a weakness for the Francophonie, culture, sports, cuisine and politics.

Read his articles here. >>

And a great network of ambassadors and occasional collaborators without whom we could not achieve such great things - thank you! We think of: Josée Tardif, Marie-Michèle Bouchard-Roussin, Kate-Lyn Lapointe, Xavier Normand, Marc Boutet, Shawn Young, France Bégin, Guy Bergeron, David Lessard, Isabelle Lajeunesse, Mathieu Noppen, Judith Cajelais, our wonderful authors and we know we are forgetting some more...

L'École branchée (online): ISSN 2368-058X
Posted in Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury (QC, Canada)
Since 1996!

To join us

Write to info@ecolebranchee.com

As an all remote work team, we do not have a phone line. Reach us by email first and we'll get back to you if we can't help you otherwise.

Our postal address:
École branchée
P.O. Box 33
Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury QC G3C 2M2
Canada

Our history

The " Education Infobourg »Was the precursor of this whole adventure. This website was created in April 1996, at the initiative of Clément Laberge (then a high school teacher) and André Girard (then a professor at Cégep de Sainte-Foy). At the time of its creation, the Infobourg's mission was already to promote "the educational resources of the Quebec infobourg". See here a memory of July 10, 1997!

At the colloquiumAQUOPS, in April 1996, the Infobourg map presented 140 Quebec websites related to the world of education. After the creation of the September media company, a book, the Infoduct, completed this poster in 1997 by establishing quality criteria for an educational website. And it was shortly after, in April 1998, that the publication of the review began. Chronicles of the Infobourg, become the École branchée in April 2000.

Between 2000 and 2012, Infobourg is edited by Brand, a company specializing in the distribution of educational resources and digital books. Its editorial direction has been entrusted to Audrey Miller from 2002 to 2004, to Martine Rioux from 2004 to 2010, then to Catherine Houle in 2011. A little later in the year, it's Nathalie Cote who succeeded him, with the occasional participation of Julie beaupre until the end of the 2012 school year.

During the 2012 summer vacation, another page of history was turned. Indeed, De Marque has sold the brands École branchée, Infobourg, SCOOP! and Picto at the non-profit organization École branchée and EngagED Learning, newly led on a mainly volunteer basis by Audrey Miller (who finally became the first full-time employee on July 2, 2018!). In March 2015, the site Infobourg.com officially gave way to Ecolebranchee.com, at the same time harmonizing the activities of the print magazine and the online magazine.

It was in 2017, following a meeting between École branchée and passionate teachers from Mont-Saint-Sacrement high school (Maxime Pelchat, Pierre-Olivier Cloutier and Sarah Shallow-Tardif), that training continued CréaCamp was born. The first edition took place on May 18, 2017. In 2017-2018, no less than five other editions took place. In 2018-2019, we went to 10 annual editions! It is also in 2017, during the REFER, that were shot the first Educational meetings, a series of meetings with inspiring players in the world of education.

On November 29, 2018, the new service École branchée on the family is launched. It aims to support parents in the digital world and facilitate communication between them and teachers around the success and development of young people.

Our team also has plenty of other ideas for the future! Thanks to authors of the site and our precious partners! … And to all the employees who contribute by their texts and opinions to enrich the educational Web in this digital age!