The organization Grandir sans frontières offers a series of free digital creation initiation workshops for young people between the ages of 5 and 17, from August 28 to September 8, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. .
With financial support from CIRA, the Canadian Network for the Arts and Learning is expanding its reach to include in its digital mapping targeted communities in every province and territory of the country.
This issue deals, among other things, with the Digital Education Action Plan (PAN). Our team will act as a partner of the MÉES in its deployment, particularly in the process of promoting innovative teaching practices.
This week thousands of teachers are discovering the curious and enthusiastic faces of the students they will accompany for the next ten months. Today we offer you an interview with our back-to-school expert.
On the occasion of the CréaCamp on April 13 in Quebec City, we met Mathieu Fournier, science and technology teacher at the Seminary of the Marist Fathers, who talks to us about the challenges and opportunities he sees in the face of digital integration in the classroom. .
In this page, L'École branchée looks at the challenges of integrating digital technology in schools from the point of view of school executives. Find different ideas to inspire leadership at this level.
The agenda for teachers allows teachers of all levels to create a unique, personalized agenda. The site generates the schedule in the agenda for the entire school year, available in PDF format for printing and in digital format for laptops. To try it is to adopt it!
The Order of Excellence in Education was created to highlight the commitment and remarkable contribution of those who are dedicated to the educational success of students and the promotion of education in Quebec.
The government of Quebec is granting an amount of 225,000 $ to Québec Numérique for the holding of Digital Week at school and the opportunity study on the creation of a self-learning place inspired by 42 in Paris.
Combining online courses and two intensive weeks in Nice, the new SmartEdTech program at the Université Côte d'Azur (UCA) aims to train digital educational professionals through a participatory, critical and creative approach.
Back in the past!
Have fun re-reading these articles drawn at random from our archives!