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You can still win the grand prize for participation in the Girls of the Future contest

The instigators of the Girls' Code, an initiative that aims to raise awareness and initiate girls into programming and digital technology, are offering schools in the greater Quebec City area to participate in the “Girls of the Future” competition before May 24.

ESTIME project: proud to code to think

Presented at REFER 2019, ESTIME is an initiative to develop pride in creating with technology for all students from Kindergarten to Grade 6.

Top 5: Programming in preschool and elementary education

As you all know, the approach of a new year is often synonymous with reviews and retrospectives. In these times of merrymaking and well-deserved festivities, the École branchée therefore offers you various applications and websites that have stood out for their added educational value, their targeted feedback and their adapted playability.

Nearly 100 teachers at official launch in Ottawa of a series of national workshops

Kids Code Jeunesse, in partnership with Lighthouse Labs, launched Coder Create Educate, an initiative to train educators in every province and territory in digital skills.

Margarida Romero: Becoming digital creators, no longer mere consumers

In this École branchée Educational Rendezvous, Margarida Romero explains why students of the 21st century should use technology to create rather than just use it as a consumer.

An invitation to discover the program

The Canada Learning Code organization is currently preparing the first-ever Canada Programming Week to be held June 1-8.

Learn to code in the classroom with Ozobot

Ozobot is a small robot with simple and fun technology, aiming to teach the basics of programming thanks to its color sensors.
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On November 12, 2016, the girls learn to code!

On National Girls Learning Code Day, here is a fascinating activity for the girls in your class and their parents!

Vibot the robot - Learning computer code: child's play!

“Vibot le robot” is the very first book in Quebec that introduces children to programming and robotics. Parents and teachers are also challenged by this book, which allows everyone to acquire basic notions in computer coding.

Learning computers through dance: mission possible!

Combining dancing and learning to use computers, is it really possible? Absolutely! See how we want to interest kids in grades 5 and 6 with this art.