Flexible planning pedagogy: Pedagogy above all else

When approaching the topic of flexible design pedagogy, attention quickly turns to furniture and structures that stand out from a classic classroom setting. However, the most important remains the pedagogy.

For beautiful and efficient schools: the recommendations of the Lab École

The École branchée was invited to the media launch of the publication Thinking about the school of tomorrow, on April 10 in Quebec City. Here is what we learned.

The Collégial international Ste-Anne has a collaborative classroom

The Collégial international Sainte-Anne (CiSA) inaugurated a collaborative classroom offering a variety of workspaces: a “campfire” area for discussions, writing surfaces, projectors, large work tables and removable furniture.

Mont Notre-Dame innovates by rethinking spaces

This fall, the Collège Mont Notre-Dame revealed three completely redesigned spaces: the gymnasium, the library and the Anchorage, a space previously inaccessible to students.

An edible alley is born in Montreal

A few days ago, a new kind of green alley was inaugurated in the borough of Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie in Montreal. The particularity of this arrangement? All the plants that have been planted are edible!

Urban furniture in transformation

Telephone booths are abandoned by city dwellers while park benches remain popular.