Are you an educator looking for teaching resources and Professional Learning opportunities? LEARN is here to help you.
SUBJECTS
Learning Resources to help you and your students 

PROFESSIONAL LEARNING
Teach areas in professional learning  

SPECIAL NEEDS
Teaching students with Special Needs.  

ADULT EDUCATION & VOCATIONAL TRAINING
Adult & Vocational Education  

Are you a student in need of help with homework, studying a subject, or information about our online classes? We can help!
I WANT TO LEARN
See the areas in which you can improve your skills.  

HOW-TOS
Simple step-by-step how-tos for different topics.  

WHAT IS ONLINE TUTORING?
Homework help and tutoring sessions, at no charge, based on your needs.  

Are you a parent, a guardian or looking for resources to help your child succeed in school? You are in the right place.
HOW CAN I HELP?
Tips on how you can help your child succeed. 

ONLINE TUTORING
Homework help and tutoring sessions, at no charge, based on your needs. 

SPECIAL NEEDS
A curated list of resources for Parents 

WORK-ORIENTED TRAINING PATH (WOTP)
This program offers students the learning environment and support they need to enjoy learning at their own pace. 

Community Learning Centres (CLC Schools) support student success and contribute to the vitality of English-speaking communities in Québec.
ABOUT THE CLC
Schools that are Community Learning Centres invest in partnerships that provide a range of services and activities 

CLC MAGIC STORIES
LEARN’s Provincial Resource Team (PRT) has gathered CLC magic stories from each school board to share. 

CDA TOOLBOX
Access resources for Community Development Agents (CDA's) working in CLC schools 

CONTACT THE PRT
Contact the LEARN's Provincial Resource Team for the CLC Initiative 

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ALL ABOUT LEARN

LEARN is a non-profit educational organization that offers, at no charge, a wealth of information and resources for the English-speaking community in Quebec.

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    STUDENTS IN THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARDS & PRIVATE SCHOOLS OF QUEBEC

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    TUTORING SESSIONS OFFERED BY LEARN FOR ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY LEVELS (2018-19)

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    PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT & WORKSHOPS PRESENTED BY LEARN TO SUPPORT OVER 4268 QUEBEC EDUCATORS (2018-19)

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    ACTIVITIES SUPPORTED BY PARTNERS IN CLC SCHOOLS


Learn services & resources

We provide professional learning opportunities for educators. We enable the pedagogical integration of educational technologies. more...

Qualified and experienced teachers are available online to help elementary and secondary students with homework, study and review. more...

We support 85 English language schools/centres across Quebec trough the Community Learning Centre Initiative (CLC). more...

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COMMUNITY SUPPORT, TOOLS & ACTIVITIES

LEARN Tutoring is Hiring!

LEARN is seeking qualified teachers to join the LEARN Tutoring team. See our Careers page for details.

Digital Action Plan for Education

Discover the Digital Action Plan resources for new technologies and support for their use in the classroom

LEARN Tutoring

LEARN Tutoring, online tutoring and homework help with qualified Quebec teachers at no charge, is back for the 2019-2020 school year! Register for LEARN tutoring.

October 24

The LEARN/MCGILL Harvest Institute is for teachers, partners and Community Development Agents (CDAs) engaged in School-Community Gardens. Register for free.

November 22, 2019

Thematic Workshop Series: Register for STEAM in K Workshop.

Encounters With Canada

Student Contest is Back! LEARN in collaboration with Encounters with Canada is giving the opportunity to students aged 14-17 yrs old to win a week in Ottawa at Encounters with Canada! Enter the EWC Contest before October 18, 2019.

November 2nd

RemixEd Camp is an unconference taking place at Concordia University on Saturday, November 2nd, 2019.This event is free and open to everyone! Registration is now open.

Walk a Mile: A story of entrepreneurship and the Arts

A student-curated exhibition that showcases customized shoes, designed and painted by James Lyng High School students. Read and watch the Walk a Mile In My Shoes Documentary.

Teachers leading the way with reconciliACTION

In this latest LEARN blog post, Ben Loomer, reflects on the role of teachers, students and schools in responding to reconciliation and highlighting a new resource to use in the upcoming school year.

Narrative Conceptualizations of Student Engagement

Researcher Jean Clandinin proposes that we think about student engagement by putting student and teacher lives at the centre of curriculum making.

October 25

Register for this open creative space day.

NEXTSCHOOL BLOG

“What’s Next? – The Future of High School”   –  an informative, resource-rich blog that follows the progress of this exciting initiative!

Addressing Authentic Community Needs

LEARN works to support community vitality and student success across Quebec through the promotion of Community Service Learning (CSL).

Artists Inspire Grants

Annual funding from 2019-2023:  $1500/English public school (elementary/secondary). Apply now!

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Testimonials

“My daughter is able to work one on one with a tutor in a versatile online platform and the instructor is fabulous! It couldn’t be easier to sign up and use and the instruction is top notch. I would recommend this to any parent that wants new ways to help their child succeed in school.”

Maria Herrera, Parent – Facebook Review

“Very interesting! Learned a lot of new things which I can absolutely implement in my classroom. Thank you!”

Teacher at LEARN’s STEAM in K QPAT Workshop

“Over the past 8 years, the CHSSN and LEARN / CLC partnership has positively impacted the health and well-being of over 50 schools and 3000 students. LEARN has been an incredible partner as they are connected to schools and provides the direct link we don’t have. It truly is a win-win for both organizations.”

Russell Kueber, Manager of Programs, CHSSN