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The École branchée launches the autumn issue of its magazine - A PAN special

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.

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QUEBEC, August 28, 2018 - École branchée magazine is launching today its fall issue entitled "The Digital Education Action Plan: What Does It Mean for Teachers?" ". The Digital Action Plan (PAN) of the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MÉES) includes a series of 33 measures totaling 1.2 billion $ over 5 years. They will allow Quebec schools to have better access to technology and its educational uses. The magazine details some of these measures that seem particularly interesting for teachers. It also offers a host of resources related to the major orientations.

“The École branchée team will act as a partner of the MÉES in the deployment of the PAN, particularly in the process of promoting innovative teaching practices. We are particularly pleased that our actions are part of a national action plan whose objectives are consistent with our mission, ”said the organization's executive director, Ms. Audrey Miller.

We can also read a special column here on the PAN taken from this issue.

Watch our news feed throughout the year (subscribe to our weekly on ecolebranchee.com/hebdo) to be aware of developments surrounding the PAN.

This issue of the magazine also includes features on artificial intelligence in education, the positive effects of collaboration between teachers and other topics of interest for teaching in the digital age. Available online and in certain specialist press outlets.



The École branchée is an NPO whose activities have contributed, since 1996, to the advancement of education by helping to meet the challenges of teaching in the digital age to promote academic success. His magazine is published 3 times a year in paper and digital format (PDF), in addition to special issues. The organization also publishes a daily news feed and educational guides digital, in addition to organizing continuing education days CréaCamp. Its audience is made up of primary and secondary school teachers, ICT resource persons, organizations working in education, school directors, educational advisers, parents and librarians.

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The École branchée, a non-profit organization, is your professional development partner in connection with digital competence in education. We believe that education must be able to benefit from current educational and technological advances to better meet the increasingly diverse needs of learners and promote their success, today and for the rest of their lives. We work there through our professional information services, continuing education and the creation of educational tools.

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