Thematic day "Connected parents, smart family" at the Juvénat Notre-Dame

The Juvénat Notre-Dame offers families and education workers a thematic day: "Connected parents, smart family", experience education in the digital age on Saturday April 14 from 9 am to 4:30 pm.

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Lévis, January 29, 2018 - For the very first time, the Juvénat Notre-Dame is offering all families and all those involved in education a thematic day: “Parents connected, famille smart”, experience education at the digital era which will take place on Saturday April 14 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

"While the uses of digital technology continue to evolve and take up more and more space at school, it can be easy as a parent or worker to feel overwhelmed by the competence and use of digital devices by our young people. . In this sense, this project aims to bring together parents, education stakeholders and young people in order to make them experience activities to give them the opportunity to discover and better understand the links between education and digital in all their facets ”, explains Ms. Corinne Gilbert, Director of Educational Services at Juvénat Notre-Dame.

The event "Connected parents, smart family" is developed around the family, education, pedagogy and digital technology in order to respond to new challenges in the use of digital technology both at school level and in families. .
"To be successful in the modern world, young people must know how to use technology without letting themselves be swallowed up by it, and their fate in this regard rests in the hands of the school and their parents," adds Ms. Corinne Gilbert.

Two conferences

During this day, participants will have the privilege of attending two conferences hosted by Marius Bourgeoys ( and Stéphane Hunter, recognized for their leadership in education in the digital age. They are very active on social media and are invited as speakers and moderators at numerous educational conferences across Canada.

In addition to the lectures, the rich program includes more than 24 relevant and practical workshops. Some workshops will deal more specifically with the role of parent and will help to better understand the digital era in which today's young people are immersed in order to better support them on a daily basis.

Other activities will allow you to participate in this digital shift by stimulating your
creativity and that of young people. You will also be able to attend the most captivating demonstrations.

Here are some examples of topics that will be discussed:

  • Digital security
  • Using digital technology as a family
  • Tools to organize, learn and collaborate
  • Programming
  • The robotics
  • Virtual reality
  • Google for family
  • Social media
  • Website creation
  • Managing a digital device at home
  • Introduction to digital books
  • The Sketchnote, etc.

All these workshops will be presented by teachers, educational advisers, student members of the ICT Squad and the JND programming club as well as by various competent speakers.

Places are limited (registration before April 10):

  • The registration fee is 45 $ per adult (before February 15th)
  • The registration fee is 50 $ per adult (after February 15th)
  • The registration fee is 25 $ for young people (10 years old and +)
  • A package is also offered for families (max. 4 members) at a cost of 125 $.

Please note that the cost of registration includes dinner and snacks. It is possible to register and read all the details of the thematic day by
following the following link.

About the Juvénat Notre-Dame

Founded in 1944, the Juvénat Notre-Dame du Saint-Laurent is a private establishment of
secondary. It is located in Lévis, in the Saint-Romuald district, and accommodates nearly 870 students. The Juvénat Notre-Dame offers a living environment favorable to the personal and social growth of people. Each student can develop and demonstrate their human skills, both intellectual, cultural, sporting and spiritual. Our educational institution relies on the participation and active collaboration of the student, parents and school staff to carry out an educational project centered on the choice of human and Christian values.

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