Start programming with ScratchJr or Scratch in class

Sonya Fiset and Luc Lagarde, of the Service national du RÉCIT, field of mathematics, science and technology (RÉCIT MST), offer teachers and their students resources to simply learn about programming using fun platforms like ScratchJr and Scratch.

A first gala for a programming competition unique in Quebec

On May 20, the very first Scratch-me-your-history gala was held at the auditorium of Mgr-A.-M.-Parent high school in Saint-Hubert. More than 180 parents, teachers, school administrators and budding programmers gathered to attend the awards ceremony for the second edition of this competition.

The RECIT Rendezvous: the program

During the webinar on programming that mobilized nearly 100 people, RÉCIT advisers shared strategies, ideas and a variety of resources to start or continue integrating programming into their class.

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.

Demystify programming and its benefits for learning

On the occasion of CréaCamp on November 17, 2017 in Montreal, Stéphanie Dionne, from École branchée, spoke with one of the facilitators of the event, Mr. Benjamin Lille. They talk about the benefits of learning to program and developing computational thinking.

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.