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Digital intelligence webinars that prove that digital is not new

As part of its activities, the Network School offers a series of four webinars on digital intelligence. To access it this fall, you must register quickly. An opportunity to see the digital world differently.

A "Midi-CoP" on the creation of a digital book with Book Creator

On January 22 at noon, a virtual exchange will take place around the Book Creator application for teachers. In collaboration with the École en network, it's free upon registration!

The Rendez-vous RÉCIT: citizens in the making in the digital age

During the Citizen in the Making webinar, the team from the RÉCIT national personal development service proposed a process of reflection around the paradigm shift to be experienced in education compared to digital technology.

The Rendez-vous RÉCIT: where are we with the robots?

“Where are we with our robots? ". This RÉCIT meeting was meant to be a time out to take stock of the first year of the Digital Action Plan in connection with the deployment of programming and robotics in Quebec schools.

The Rendez-vous RÉCIT of March 19

On March 19, the third virtual Rendez-vous du RÉCIT was held. 6 free workshops were offered online in order to introduce educational actors to various themes related to the NAP. The École branchée introduces you to the key elements of each workshop.

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.

The Rendez-vous RÉCIT: serious games in a social universe

Ensuring the animation, Steve Quirion and Alexandre Lanoix from RÉCIT en univers social set the table for a 90-minute highly relevant webinar on the use of serious games in the context of elementary and secondary education.

The RECIT Rendezvous of January 15

On January 15, the second virtual Rendez-vous du RÉCIT was held. 6 free workshops were offered online in order to introduce educational actors to various themes related to the NAP. The École branchée introduces you to the key elements of each workshop.

RÉCIT Webinar: Teaching the Past with Tomorrow's Tools

The RÉCIT national service of the social universe made possible a webinar hosted by Thierry Karsenti, professor at the University of Montreal and holder of the Canada Research Chair in technologies in education. Report of this moment of sharing.

The Rendez-vous RÉCIT: virtual reality

With Steve Quirion and Claudie Vanasse at the animation, Alexandre Lanoix as RÉCITUS collaborator, in addition to Maude Labonté who ensured the link with a geography class of secondary one, the table was certainly well set for 90 minutes of fascinating discussions. on virtual reality (VR) and its concrete application in a school context.