CD-ROMs to support reading and improve oral skills

The use of children's literature in elementary school occupies a prominent place in the classes. Here is a project from the Mgr Scheffer school, in Lourdes-de-Blanc-Sablon (Commission scolaire du Littoral), which motivates young people to read and improves their oral skills thanks to the creation of a CD-ROM.

The role of the school library as an "extension of the classroom"

In the wake of the Action Plan on Reading at School (PALE), a committee from the Regional Table of School Board Librarians ...

Carefully select primary readings using the Open Books site

To become competent readers, students must be brought into contact with a variety of texts. How to select them well? To achieve this, the Quebec Ministry of Education, Higher Education and Research (MEESR) suggests consulting the Open Books site.

Call for Vote: Automated Phonetic Support Software

Patrick Tremblay, an engineer interested in education, designed an automated phonetic support software which made him a finalist in the Inventing the World of Tomorrow competition, of the Quebec Engineers Network. He invites the educational community to support him by voting for his project before November 20!

Symposium Reading is discovering

More than 500 teachers are participating today, October 9, in an intensive day of reading training.

The “Lis avec moi Week” 2015: comics in the spotlight!

From October 3 to 11, let's make children want to read!

Éditions Chouette and the Jasmin Roy Foundation join forces against bullying

As part of this week against bullying, Les Éditions Chouette undertakes to donate 1 $ for all Caillou books sold to the Jasmin Roy Foundation, in addition to launching its new title on the subject: Caillou is afraid of Théo .

Launch of the Reading Season - School perseverance for young people: the importance of reading

On the occasion of the start of the school year and as a partner of the Reading Season, Montreal Success Network (RRM) wishes to recall the importance of reading in the academic perseverance of our young people.

Launch of the annual Adopt-a-School program of the Indigo Foundation for the Love of Reading

The campaign's goal is to deliver a book to all elementary school students across the country.

Caméléa, a series to promote self-esteem for 5 to 8 year olds

The Caméléa editions offer free to elementary cycle 1 classes a reading workshop and educational exercises, aimed at introducing the brand new Caméléa series.

Upcoming live trainings (in French)