Digital inequalities and the importance of digital equity were at the heart of discussions at the second public session of the Consensus Conference on the Use of Digital Education. Organized by CTREQ, this day allowed education experts and practitioners to continue the discussions started in February during the first session. Here is our report.
École branchée has leafed through (digitally) for you the 2022-2023 budget for Quebec tabled yesterday by the Minister of Finance, Éric Girard. Here is what we found that mainly concerns education and digital.
Working in PLCs means collaborating to support learning, focusing on the learning of all students, and tracking outcomes for continuous improvement. Learn more about the foundations of working in PLCs in the CAR Project: collaborate, learn, succeed.
The CAR project aims to support the culture of collaboration in education and to strengthen the pedagogical leadership of actors in school organizations. Through communities of practice, it supports school administrators and staff in developing collaborative approaches to promote the success of all students.
The lack of personnel, the abandonment of the profession and the decline in pre-service enrolment are very real and their effects are being heavily felt in the education sector. In response to these issues, a web-based distance support platform now offers services to support the next generation of teachers and facilitate their entry into the profession.
The Superior Council of Education (CSE) recently published one of its most comprehensive and interesting reports. Without detour, the objective of the CSE with this publication is to avoid a return to "normality" and thus take advantage of the collective awareness to improve the education system for good. Here is our summary.
It has been more than 25 years (!) that digital technology has been studied in education, but it is evolving quickly and so are the contexts in which it is studied. This time, the Consensus Conference on the use of digital, organized by the CTREQ, allows experts and practitioners to come together to discuss the issue with the aim of formulating recommendations. We attended the first public session.
Benoit Petit and Marie-Claude Rancourt, of the RÉCIT National Service for School Administrators, recently presented a webinar for school principals. The objective was to remind them of the decisive role they can play in contributing to a harmonious, meaningful, coherent and sustainable transition to digital in schools.
The 3rd Summit of Professional Development in Education (#SommetDP) was eagerly awaited. The event, organized by CADRE21 and many partners (including École branchée), was postponed last year due to the pandemic. It was worth the wait and the particularly rich exchanges throughout the day, both on stage between the invited panelists and in the chat between the participants. Here is our report.