Meet our authors

It is with pride that we present to you the regular and occasional authors of L'École branchée's online news feed for 2020-2021.

We are always looking for people who are passionate about education. This is, for example, a great way to promote your activities, your blog, your school, etc. Contact us at info@ecolebranchee.com

Maryline Barrette-Dubé

Editor-in-Chief, Web

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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.

Audrey Miller

Editor

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Audrey is editor of L'École branchée publications. With a 2nd cycle training in educational technologies and a bachelor's degree in public communication, she particularly covers news related to the professional development of teachers, information in the digital age and media education. She is a member of the Professional Federation of Quebec Journalists (FPJQ) and is involved in the educational ecosystem, particularly in theAQUOPS, Edteq and as a member of the ACELF #Francosphere committee.

Stephanie Dionne

Principal facilitator of educational meetings

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In addition to being director of development and partnerships at École branchée, Stéphanie is a certified professional coach in NLP at La Famille De Ma Vie - Coaching, in addition to leading workshops for young people on healthy emotional and behavioral management. She is also involved with various organizations, including the YWCA, which helps women who experience homelessness.

Martine Rioux

Deputy Editor-in-Chief and Special Projects Officer

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After studying communication and journalism, Martine wrote for various newspapers and magazines in the Quebec City region, notably serving as editor-in-chief for a few years at École branchée in the 2000s. She then became aware of the role important technology in today's society. 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 responsible for government digital transformation.

Maxime Laflamme

Educational advisor and training leader

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Maxime is an educational advisor at École branchée. He has a bachelor's degree in preschool education and elementary education from the University of Sherbrooke and is pursuing a graduate degree in school management at Laval University.

Marc-André Girard

Columnist

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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.

Laurent Di Pasquale

Writer and trainer

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Laurent Di Pasquale 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.

Alexane St-Amant-Ringuette

Collaborator

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Alexane is a regular collaborator of the École branchée. She has a bachelor's degree in international relations from the University of British Columbia as well as a master's degree in intercultural mediation from the University of Sherbrooke. She also acts as a communications advisor for the organization Idée Éducation entrepreneuriale.

Laurie Couture

Editor and trainer

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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.

Guillaume Bilodeau

Collaborater

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Guillaume is an ICT pedagogical advisor at the Montreal School Services Center (CSSDM). He has a bachelor's degree in preschool and elementary education from UQAM and a bachelor's degree in secondary mathematics education from UQAC. In addition, he is completing his DESS in educational management. As part of his graduate studies, he is more specifically interested in the establishment of learning communities in Quebec schools.

Julie R.-Bordeleau

Collaborator

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A teacher by training, she is also an author, blogger, speaker and freelance education writer. She collaborates in particular with École branchée, Carrefour education and Alloprof Parents. She loves discovering new resources and educational approaches. A lifelong learner, she is passionate about education out of the box, free learning and using digital technology to learn. His mantra: Learn from everything, everywhere, in all ways!