Behind the scenes
The École branchée celebrates its 25 years of activity on April 2. Here are the testimonials of two of the founding members of our organization. Do like them and tell us about your encounter with the École branchée!
During the 57th edition of the congress of the Society of Quebec History Teachers, the Montreal History Center presented “Mémoires des Montréalais”, its site dedicated to the city of Montreal and its inhabitants.
Jean-Philippe Payer received the Ken Spencer Prize for innovation in teaching in Canada. A prestigious award that highlights the work and involvement of this teacher who dared to adopt a different perspective to promote learning among his students.
We met Laurent Turcot, teacher in the human sciences department at UQTR, writer, historian, historical popularizer and YouTuber, who reveals how the study of history helps to develop students' critical thinking.
Offered for the fourth year in a row, the Government of Canada History Awards recognize high school and university students from across the country for their outstanding work and their interest in great moments in Canadian history.
The Société Histoire Canada invites students, ages 7 to 14, to submit a short illustrated story telling a memorable moment in Canadian history.
This week marked the launch by Ubisoft of a new version of the AAA Assassin's Creed game called the Discovery Tour. An educational module that offers an immersive reconstruction of ancient Egypt.
Nominations for the Governor General's History Award, presented annually by the Canadian History Society to teachers who make history compelling for their students, are now open.
In the coming days, a section long closed to the public will again be accessible to the Colosseum in Rome. Let's take a closer look at this work of Roman architecture.