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The digital tools experienced during the pandemic are here to stay

The transition to distance learning has been an opportunity for teachers, lecturers and professors at all levels (primary, secondary, college and university) to experiment with new digital tools. Now that students are back in the classroom, actors in the education sector are taking a look at the uses of these tools to ensure that some of the lessons learned remain.

How to choose an interactive questionnaire to boost your teaching

How do you choose an interactive quiz-type application that really meets your initial needs and your educational intent? How to navigate among the many applications available? Follow the guide! 

A Quebec digital school agenda being tested in preschool and elementary school

Planitou, a digital application first designed to allow early childhood center educators to communicate more effectively with parents, is being adapted to meet the needs of preschool and elementary school. About sixty teachers from the Quebec school network are currently testing the tool.

OLOfusion relies on technology to consolidate the achievements of young people in mathematics

Communiqué - OLOfusion offers fun and inclusive tools, based on a color code, thus helping as many young people as possible to learn to tell the time.

8 educational apps to keep using after the pandemic

Several applications have certainly been useful to you in facilitating distance education. What if you continued to use them in class this year? Here are 8 tool suggestions you may not have known about!

Les #Édubrèves - week of June 13, 2021

In this edition of #Édubrèves: scientific and playful boxes for children, an application to facilitate the routine, cards on the functions of assistance in the processing of information, a youth rally for the National Indigenous Peoples Day, activities learning, and much more!

A primary school student designs a health prevention application

Emily Fetco is 11 years old and she designed the Avoid Infection mobile app on her own. Thanks to her, her school, the School of First Letters (EPL), has just won the 2021 Innovation - Coup de cœur award from the Federation of Private Education Schools (FEEP). The École branchée met her.

Learn vocabulary while having fun

PuyTech is a Quebec company that has designed an application with the objective of facilitating the learning of vocabulary in elementary school students.

Supported by Ubisoft, Alloprof launches an application to support math learning

Alloprof launches Raton des conversions, a fun mobile math application for 5th and 6th grade primary school students.

Classical music at the service of child development

Analekta launches the edutainment application Mazaam for tablets and smartphones. Aimed at preschool children, Mazaam is an educational tool adapted to the cognitive and social development of children from 4 to 6 years old in which classical music is at the forefront.