The little story of Imprezario, or the sabbatical teacher to carry out his project

We present to you the personal project of one of our collaborators, Pascal Provost. The teacher took a sabbatical to create the Imprezario collaborative agenda.

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Today, we present to you the personal project of one of our collaborators, Pascal Provost. The teacher chose to take a sabbatical to create the Imprezario collaborative agenda.

In 2015, Pascal Provost chose to take a year off from teaching to start his own company, Imprezario, in order to develop a collaborative digital agenda for students and teachers.

In addition to holding a bachelor's degree in music education, he has a master's degree in multimedia design. It is his interest in ICT, which have always accompanied his teaching, that enabled him to carry out this project. Now that his digital agenda is ready, Pascal Provost is completing his second sabbatical year, which he devoted to marketing his product. His dearest wish is that all schools in Quebec can use this practical tool, which connects teachers, students and parents in the same place.

Pascal Provost au colloque de l'AQUOPSOver the past few months, he has participated in numerous educational conferences across Quebec in order to present Imprezario (which was first called “MaPlanif”). “I am really happy to have carried this project to the end. When teachers come to me to tell me how much they love my product, it's my day! », He emphasizes.

One of the founding members of Edteq

This past year has been very rich in stimulating encounters. In addition to his company Imprezario, Pascal Provost is also a founding member of theAssociation of companies for the development of educational technologies in Quebec, the Edteq. In this context, he was able to meet other entrepreneurs in the digital industry, several of whom are also teachers. All have in common the wish for the success of the digital shift in schools.

His collaboration with École branchée

Pascal Provost is also one of the craftsmen behind the series of interviews The meetings of the École branchée. He co-produces the video capsules highlighting innovative teachers, educational advisers and school directors. “Promoting innovation in education is a cause that I support! He said.

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