QUÉBEC CITY, August 25, 2021 – More than ever, the quality of education plays a decisive role in the advancement of society. In addition, the last two years have shown that digital education in schools can no longer be anecdotal, transversal or associated with a reward. How do you keep abreast of the best digital practices when teaching?
In order to expand the reach of its work on this important issue, École branchée, with support from the Ministère de l’Éducation du Québec as part of the Entente Canada-Québec, is launching an English version of its popular professional magazine.
“Like its big brother École branchée, EngagED Learning will be published in print and online versions three times a year, in the fall, winter and spring. It will include original articles as well as others translated and adapted from French, creating a two-way synergy enabling the best of both worlds to come together for the benefit of readers and, ultimately, students,” said the magazine’s editor, Audrey Miller.
The very first edition can be downloaded for free (digital format) on engagedlearningmagazine.com. You can also subscribe now.
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