Press Release - To allow teachers, education professionals and school administrators from the public and private education networks to learn about digital technology for educational purposes, the Ministry of Education held the fourth edition of Digital Education Day today.
The event, which was held in co-modality, i.e. online and in person, welcomed nearly 3,000 people in the various workshops that aimed to teach them how to better integrate digital competence and develop its various dimensions in their practice.
Of the 42 workshops offered, those on supporting teachers in their professional development in the digital age and on integrating stimulating practices were among the most popular.
In addition, to ensure that as many people as possible benefit from this training offer, the Ministry will make several workshops available on the event platform in the coming days. Details can be found on the Digital Action Plan website.
"Digital technology represents an inescapable added value in teaching and learning practices. I am very proud to see the strong participation of teachers at this event. I am convinced that these training workshops highlight the potential of digital technology to better respond to current issues. It is by sharing best practices that we will foster the success of our students."
Bernard Drainville, Minister of Education and Minister responsible for the Chaudière-Appalaches region
"The digital transformation is taking place in Quebec and this Digital Education Day is proof of that. I am proud of the commitment of professionals in the education network who have the important responsibility of preparing, educating and accompanying students in this increasingly digital world."
Éric Caire, Minister of Cybersecurity and Digital Affairs
- The fifth annual Digital Education Day will take place on November 3, 2023.
- Event webpage: Digital Day in Education
- To view or re-watch the workshops of the 2020 and 2021 editions: Department of Education YouTube channel.