Monthly Archives: March, 2021

Following the Rendez-vous for Educational Success - The École branchée presents the Apéro in education.

This Thursday, April 1, 5 p.m., come and chat with us during a Facebook Live where we will discuss educational success and academic perseverance with our guests.

My first experience with the École branchée

Laurie wrote us a touching testimony for our 25th birthday! We are happy to have you here.

Pandemic: Teachers Need Support

UQAM researchers surveyed teachers to better understand their affective and emotional states over the past year. Here are some elements of their conclusions.

Arduino tutorials in French

The Electronique-kit team brought together teachers and engineers to offer Arduino tutorials in French.

Educational Leadership in a Pandemic Time: Turning Discomfort into Opportunity

For school administrators, the opportunity is unique to place people at the heart of the processes and to review certain practices.

A budget tainted by COVID-19

More than a year after the start of the pandemic, Quebec has its first budget marked in red by COVID-19. What can government spending and revenue look like in the face of a health crisis?

Éducaloi: Free in-class workshops!

The free legal education workshops offered by Éducaloi aim to develop young people's legal reflexes. | Infomercial

7 ways to educate about sex with confidence

Sexuality education is becoming a fundamental tool in supporting students. Here are some practical tips to facilitate class discussions.

LUDOVIA#CH 21: It's (re) gone on March 30-31, 2021

The Ludovia#CH Spring University returns from March 30 to 31, 2021 for a third edition entirely remotely. Will you be there?

Les #Édubrèves - Resources for online education (or not)

Here are some of the resources we found for you this week. Be careful, they could be useful whether you teach online (or not!).

What does the Quebec budget contain concerning education and technologies?

The École branchée has leafed through the Quebec budget tabled yesterday by the Minister of Finance, Éric Girard, for you. Here's what we spotted that mainly concerns education and digital.

The impact of Classcraft on student behavior

Since the start of the pandemic, educators using Classcraft have reinforced positive behaviors 40 million times by supporting distance learning.

With the return to class of high school students on Monday - What do we remember from this year?

Press release - Launch of our new edition of the magazine entitled “The necessary adaptations of teaching and assessment”.

Why and how to maximize the teaching effect in the post-pandemic

While the students have experienced great upheavals over the past year, the teaching effect becomes all the more important in supporting them towards educational success.

Better informed to be an informed citizen

As parents, how can you help your child learn more? The three key skills to develop are: verify the source, verify the claim and trace information to the source. 

A fully online school is born in Ontario

Since last September, a fully online school has welcomed some 2,400 children from the Conseil des écoles catholiques du Center-Est, in Ontario. Take a look at the Virtual Learning Academy.

A programming platform for micro: bit, Arduino and Python cards

Vittascience is developing an online platform dedicated to the programming of cards (micro: bit, Arduino and others), specially designed for the education sector.

A creative laboratory that comes to life thanks to plants (and that smells good!)

Developing the creative spirit of science students by transforming plants is quite possible. We present to you a project experienced at Collège Sainte-Anne.

The Keys to Education in the Context of a Pandemic, Across Canada: Sharing, Collaboration and Caring

Actors in French-speaking schools in Canada explain how their work experience has changed since the start of the pandemic.


Haiti has been torn for several years: corruption, coups d'état, natural disasters, epidemics, etc. On social networks, a global mobilization to support the Haitian people is launched through the hashtag #FreeHaiti.

Back in the past!

Have fun re-reading these articles drawn at random from our archives!

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