15 days before Christmas, the École branchée team has selected 15 gifts just for you from among all its resources! Good unpacking, we wish you great discoveries!
Top 10 most read articles on our site in 2019
Several of these articles were published a few years ago, but their topics are likely still as relevant as ever. Here are the 10 most viewed articles this year by our 570,000 visitors (so far)!
This tool is a gold mine! Plan your year of professional development by consulting our evolving calendar! Missing an event? Write to us quickly so that we can add it!
A file by Professor Patrick Giroux, produced in collaboration with our partners from Carrefour education.
This list was produced in 2014 (5 years ago already!), But it remains as popular as ever!
A file published in 2015… which is still as relevant as ever! Produced in collaboration with our partners from Carrefour education.
This article written in 2012 is still one of the most popular among our readers, and we understand why!
Working standing up, reading lying on the floor, discussing on a stability ball… Here are some examples of what can be done in a "flexible" class, a way to organize your class differently which is attracting more and more followers!
What if you are a supply teacher and no lesson plan is left? How to fill in off-peak periods in the classroom? Here are some ideas to inspire you!
This dossier offers concrete avenues for developing the critical thinking skills of young people (and the less young!) In the use of social media. Let us stop fearing them, but develop awareness of their mechanisms.
The Finnish model fascinates in several ways. We present you the main points here. For example, did you know that Finnish pupils do not undergo any assessment during the first 6 years of school?
The SAMR model is a very important theoretical reference to guide a reflection on the effective integration of technologies in the classroom. We will summarize it for you here.
2 important topics in 2019
Evaluating the progression of learning by targeting knowledge rather than the presence (or absence) of the latter within the manifestation (or not) of a competence contributes to creating unequal portraits. Here's why.
This record is also featured in this issue of the magazine.
Here are some ways to establish a coherent working framework for teachers and students alike, taking into account the expectations formulated by society and the aspirations of young people.
Still for managers, we suggest that you read the winter 2019-2020 issue from École branchée magazine. Also subscribe to our CréaCamp special edition for managers, which will take place on February 25!
3 free issues of École branchée magazine!
We published no less than 3 special issues this year, in addition to the 3 regular issues of the magazine. Wow!
Technological aids, digital technology as a lever for accessibility, the universal design of learning… so many subjects presented in this issue produced in collaboration with the Institute for Learning Disabilities and with the invaluable support of numerous partners.
Turnkey educational activities to talk about algorithms, fake news and online influence. Ideal for the 1st cycle of secondary school. Produced in collaboration with Québec Numérique.
A number specially designed for parents! Why digital at school? How to promote school-family communication to promote the success of each student? These are some of the questions it addresses! To share without moderation!