digital competence framework

Measuring the integration of digital in study programs

A new diagnostic tool is made available to educational establishments in order to measure the integration of digital technology into study and training programs. It is designed so that it can be used for any vocational, college or university training program in Quebec.

3rd Digital Education Day: it's time to register

The third edition of Digital Education Day (JNÉ) will take place on Friday, November 5. This virtual event, organized by the Quebec Ministry of Education, is now considered a must-see for all stakeholders in the school environment. It is possible to consult the program and to register now.

Courses to develop digital skills with the networked School

With the aim of promoting the integration of the twelve dimensions of digital competence in educational activities, the team of the School in a Network (ÉER), in collaboration with the Office for the implementation of the Digital Action Plan (BMOPAN) , develops digital paths.

3 tools to assess your digital competence

What does “develop digital skills” mean? And how do you take a look at yourself to find your place? We offer 3 tools to help you see more clearly.

Seeking, finding and organizing information ... learning that takes place through the school library

The Association for the Promotion of School Documentary Services (APSDS) has also just published a continuum for the development of information skills. This follows on from the publication of the Digital Competence Reference Framework.

"It is no longer enough to teach digitally, we must educate digitally"

While progress has been made in integrating technologies into schools, there is still some way to go and, above all, challenges to overcome, reminds us of the Higher Education Council.

Digital technology finds its place in the Referential of the teaching profession

The second edition of the Professional Competency Framework for the Teaching Profession mentions digital competence as a transversal competence, which means that it should be reflected in each of the other competences of the Reference Framework. Let's take a closer look.

The diagnostic tool for digital competence

The platform, expected since the launch of the Digital Competence Reference Framework in April 2019, is now available. It is intended for anyone wishing to develop their digital skills, but it is offered in priority to teachers and students of primary and secondary education.

An online course on the dimensions of digital competence

Since November 2, the Canada Research Chair in Digital Education has been offering a MOOC (free course) which aims to better understand the dimensions of digital competence. We have written a full summary for you.

The MEES publishes a guide for teachers to demystify the educational use of computer programming

In July 2020, the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MEES) published an explanatory guide for preschool, primary and secondary teachers, entitled “The pedagogical use of computer programming”. Have you seen it?