Les #Édubrèves - January 9, 2022 edition

Throughout the week, we felt that teachers were mobilizing and many shared resources in social networks to help their colleagues with online teaching. We have spotted some suggestions that we present to you in this special edition of #Édubrèves. Obviously, we are aware that you cannot make all of these tools your own in a short time, but they could still be useful one day.

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Good Sunday! Here I am with the #Édubrèves of the week, the firsts of the year 2022. Do not hesitate to share them or write to me if you have any news to circulate.

In this edition: Bulk resources for distance education, a research project on cyberbullying and Digital Youth Month.

Good reading.

Please note that the use of animated GIFs in this short news digest is for entertainment purposes only!


Help center and self-study 


7 tips for distance teaching

Source: Édith Beaupré

Applications to discover


Resources for distance learning


Also in this edition

Teacher wanted: research project on cyberbullying

Did you know that one in two children, aged 6 to 12, owns a smartphone in Quebec? That 20 % 9 to 12 year olds have experienced or witnessed cyberbullying? As a teacher, what do you do in class to equip your students who are present in social networks even if they are not of the required age?

Stéphane Villeneuve's team, at the University of Quebec in Montreal, is leading a research project on cyberbullying and wishes to know more about teaching practices on teaching prevention to cyberbullying. You are invited to respond to this short online survey.


Digital Youth Month: Call for participation

There is still time to become a collaborator of the Digital Youth Month, which will take place from February 2 to March 6, 2022, by registering an activity or a digital resource.

The objective of the Digital Youth Month is to make the possibilities of digital technology known to young people and their communities. It is also an opportunity to introduce them to Quebec initiatives in digital literacy and the careers of tomorrow.

More about the magazine.


A picture is worth a thousand words

Spotted on @acoutlee's Twitter account


In closing, we continue to move forward together.

See you soon! Until then, don't hesitate to “tag” us (in good French…) on Twitter (@millaudrey or @riomarti) so that we can talk about your project / resource in a future review of the week! Have a great week.

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About the Author

Martine Rioux
After studying public communication, Martine worked as a journalist for various publications, before pursuing her career as an interactive communications consultant at La Capitale, a financial group, then at Québec Numérique, an organization she took over as general manager before making the jump. as political advisor in the office of the Minister for Digital Government Transformation. Today she is the online Editor-in-Chief and Special Projects Manager at l'École branchée. Her dream: that everyone has access to technology and can use it as a tool for learning and opening up to the world.

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