family

School-family relationship: What to say, when and how?

At the start of the school year, it is important to take the time to lay the foundations for the parent-teacher relationship so that it remains solid throughout the coming months. The quality of communications and information shared between school and family can make a difference to the well-being and success of students.

Summer courses and remedial schooling: Alloprof always present for the students

Press release - Alloprof would like to remind you that its student support services will be fully accessible from July 12 to 27, 2021.

3 good things to remember from the last year: well-being, co-education and digital skills

On May 28, the Federation of Quebec Parents' Committees (FCPQ) presented the festive digital meeting. During this evening, Stéphanie Dionne, from École branchée, was invited to name 3 success stories from the education community in this very special year.

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!

8 inclusive practices to support school-family collaboration

For a year, Justine Gosselin-Gagné and her team from the University of Quebec at Montreal were able to integrate the daily life of two elementary schools in Montreal in order to identify the practices and attitudes of different staff members who aim to create a link inclusive with the families of the students.

Youth bullying - Launch of video clips to help parents see clearly

Press release - The Federation of Quebec Parents' Committees (FCPQ) is launching new tools to support parents whose children are involved in a situation of bullying.

The angry parent's email

Several teachers have already received an email from an angry or upset parent. Our collaborator, Alexandra Coutlée, presents the winning conditions to re-establish the link with the parent.

Well-being, a lever for learning… even at a distance - Word from the editor

As parents, how can you guide your child in his learning when he is at home? How to contribute to his motivation, how to help him to get involved in his work? L'École branchée presents its special Family issue.

Distance learning: More screen time? Do not panic

With the pandemic, screens have never taken up so much space in our lives (children and adults). Here are some tips for finding a certain balance.

Distance learning: 8 tips for parents

The École branchée offers some tips to help parents deal with distance education with a little more peace of mind.