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École branchée presents a new podcast to reflect on education in the digital age

Our contributor Marc-André Girard, high school principal and newly minted doctor of education, returns with his latest project, the podcast "De la nuance en éducation". He highlights the importance of taking a step back to fully grasp current issues in education in all their complexity. 

Free workshops as part of Computer Week 2022

Again this year, as part of Computer Science Education Week, the École branchée team will be offering a series of free training activities focused on teaching programming, both in person and virtually. Here is the schedule and registration links!

My first time on the "other side"...

As a teacher, between 2018 and 2021, our faculty advisor Laurie Couture had participated in seven editions of the School's CréaCamp trainings branch in attendance. On October 28, she experienced her first CréaCamp as a facilitator. Here is a brief and humble overview of her impressions. 

Activate knowledge, anchor learning and develop digital competence from current contexts!

Have you heard of SCOOP! The guides are designed to fill short periods or inspire larger projects, from the 3rd cycle of elementary school to the end of high school. They allow students to approach the subject while developing their information literacy and digital competence through direct references to the curriculum.

École branchée and CADRE21 join forces to promote professional reading

CADRE21 is once again collaborating with L'École branchée to value and recognize the professional development of teachers by launching the professional reading badge for École branchée magazine, a leading publication on digital integration in education for 25 years.