The Rendez-vous RÉCIT of March 19

On March 19, the third virtual Rendez-vous du RÉCIT was held. 6 free workshops were offered online in order to introduce educational actors to various themes related to the NAP. The École branchée introduces you to the key elements of each workshop.

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Our Digital education action plan (PAN) announced last spring, its first orientation is to support the development of digital skills for young people and adults. To support its implementation, RÉCIT has prepared training courses for each of the digital combos (fleet of devices, robotics, creative laboratories).

Accessible regardless of the level of familiarity with digital tools, these courses include a self-study offer available on the RÉCIT Campus website. On March 19, 6 free workshops were offered online by RÉCIT in order to introduce educational actors to various themes that can be explored within the framework of the PAN. The recordings of these workshops as well as the resources presented will be available on the RÉCIT website.

In this series, École branchée presents the key elements of each workshop:

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