Pedagogical Services

LEARN’s Pedagogical Services Team develops and shares resources and provides professional learning opportunities for educators in the English language community, online and on site. 

We work collaboratively with educators across the province, school board pedagogical consultants, and community partners to create innovative pedagogical projects and engaging learning environments that support student success at the elementary and secondary levels. We share our community’s experiences and practices online through multiple platforms.

 

Professional Learning Opportunities

We believe that students and teachers need opportunities to explore new ideas that engage their heads, hearts and hands. We host workshops and PD sessions online, at the LEARN office, in schools, as well as at educational conferences across Quebec. With an eye to long-term success, we also follow up with schools and teachers to provide pedagogical support.

Workshops and Pedagogical Support

Subject-Specific Webinars - Go to Site

Open Creative Spaces Webinars and Live Streams - Go to Site

Web Events Archives (up to 2017) - Go to Page

Our Publications

LEARN Blog - Go to Site

Learning Landscapes - Go to Site

Social Media

@LEARN_Ped - Go to Site


Professional Learning Opportunities

Elementary Curriculum

Preschool Education

Preschool Education - Go to Page

4-year old Kindergarten - Go to Page

Special Needs in Kindergarten - Go to Page

STEAM in K - Go to Page

Outdoor Math Fun Go to Page

English Language Arts

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Français, langue seconde

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Arts Education

Music - Go to Page

Visual Arts - Go to Page

Drama - Go to Page

Dance - Go to Page

30 Days of Arts - Go to Page

Social Sciences

Cycle 1 Social Sciences and Main Elementary programs area - Go to Page

Cycle 2 Societies and Territories students and teacher resource site - Go to Site

Cartograf Mapping Tool - Go to Site

Math, Science, and Technology

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STEAM Challenges

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Ethics and Religious Culture

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PhysEd and Health

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GOAL & ACGC

Guidance-Oriented Approach to Learning (GOAL) - Go to Page

Academic and Career Guidance Content - Go to Page

Sexuality Education

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Secondary Curriculum

Arts Ed

Music - Go to Page

Visual Arts - Go to Page

Drama - Go to Page

Dance - Go to Page

Languages

English Language Arts - Go to Page

Français, langue seconde - Go to Page

Spanish - Go to Page

Math, Science, and Technology

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Social Sciences

Cycle 1 History - Go to Page

Cycle 1 Geography - Go to Page

Cycle 2 History of Quebec & Canada - Go to Page

Financial Education - Go to Page

Contemporary World - Go to Page

Cartograf Mapping Tool - Go to Site

Ethics and Religious Culture

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PhysEd and Health

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Sexuality Education

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Career Development

Personal Orientation Project (POP) - Go to Page

Exploration of Vocational Training (Explo) - Go to Page

Entrepreneurship - Go to Page

GOAL & ACGC

Guidance-Oriented Approach to Learning (GOAL) - Go to Page

Academic and Career Guidance Content - Cycle 1 - Go to Page

Academic and Career Guidance Content - Cycle 2 - Go to Page

Work-Oriented Training Program (WOTP)

Prework Training - Go to Page

Training for a Semiskilled Trade - Go to Page

Educational Technology / RÉCIT Network

Digital Competency in Action (DCA) Website

The purpose of the new Digital Competency in Action website is to support the implementation of the Digital Action Plan and the Digital Competency Framework. It integrates content from sites and resources that have been built by members of the anglophone community over a number of years with the support and funding of the Ministère de l’Éducation du Québec. The themes and resources have been aligned to the 12 dimensions of the Digital Competency Framework and address a number of issues that have emerged in the decade since the initial projects were launched.

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RÉCIT Anglophone Network

Network to contribute, develop, support, and share educational technology expertise for teaching and learning.

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Digital Action Plan and Digital Competency Framework Resources 

Digital Action Plan: VISION - The effective integration and optimal use of digital technologies to foster the success of all Quebecers in order to promote lifelong skills development and maintenance.
 
Digital Competency Framework: 
To help develop the skills necessary for the confident, critical, and creative use of digital technologies in achieving learning objectives.

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Across the Curriculum

Special Needs

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OCS/STEAM

OCS Home - Go to Site

STEAM in K - Go to Page

Developmental Literacy Continuum

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Community Service Learning

CSL Home - Go to Page

The Garden Project - Go to Page

Education for Reconciliation

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Accent Québec

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Cartograf Mapping Tool

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Cross-Curricular Competencies - FOCUS Series Video and Tools

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FOCUS Tools 1, 2, 3

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Adult Ed & Voc Ed Curriculum

About AEVT

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RÉCIT / ICT

Adult General Education - Go to Site 

Vocational Training - Go to Site 

QLWG Skills for Life

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