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I WANT TO TEACH
Your starting point for learning resources to help you and your students 

ACROSS THE CURRICULUM
Open Creative Spaces, Special Needs, Focus Tools, Education for Reconciliation & more 

ELEMENTARY CURRICULUM
Support & tools for elementary educators 

PROFESSIONAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
Pedagogical resources, training and tools 

SECONDARY CURRICULUM
Learning resources to help you and your secondary students 

EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY / THE RÉCIT NETWORK
Resources to support technology integration in the classroom 

ADULT EDUCATION & VOCATIONAL TRAINING
Information and links for Adult Ed. and Vocational Training educators 

Are you a student in need of help with homework, studying a subject, or information about our online classes? We can help!
LEARN @ HOME
You will find some resources to keep your children curious and engaged at home. 

ELEMENTARY SUBJECT HELP
Find help with specific Elementary subjects and courses. 

SECONDARY SUBJECT HELP
Find help with specific Secondary subjects and courses. 

I WANT TO LEARN
See the areas in which you can improve your skills.  

HOW-TOS FOR STUDENTS
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.  

VIRTUAL CAMPUS
Our role is to work directly with students and schools across the province to support academic success. 

ADULT EDUCATION & VOCATIONAL TRAINING
LEARN supports lifelong learning across Quebec. 

SKILLS FOR LIFE
Skills For Life Modules for Adult & Voc. Ed. Students (and their tutors) 

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 

RESOURCES FOR PARENTS
For more inspiration on how to get involved in your child’s learning… 

LEARN @ HOME
A curated list of resources for parents and their children learning at home 

Community Learning Centres (CLC), also known as ‘community schools’, support student success and contribute to the vitality of English-speaking communities in Québec.
COMMUNITY LEARNING CENTRES
Everything you need to know about the CLC Initiative. 

CLC STORIES
Inspiring examples of school-community partnerships. 

CLC TOOLBOX
Access tools and resources to support your work.  

SCHOOL-COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS
Learn about the CLC network’s common partners. 

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COMMUNITY SUPPORT, TOOLS & ACTIVITIES

Creative Measures

In education, it is often said that we measure what we value and we value what we measure. The upcoming PISA 2022 report from the OECD signals a change in what is valued in education.

Québec ScratchED Meetup - Nov. 27

Anyone who is interested in connecting with fellow educators and learning more about using Scratch in educational settings is welcome to participate. Event takes place from 2:30 - 4:00 PM EST.

En français S.V.P. !

En parlant le français au quotidien dans sa classe, on démontre à nos élèves que cette langue a de la valeur et qu’elle mérite qu’on s’y intéresse.

ShiftED Podcast: A Conversation with Tom Rhymes of LBPSB

Chris Colley: "Welcome to today's ShiftED Podcast. Today we are talking with Assistant DG (Director General) from Lester B. Pearson school board: Tom Rhymes."

March on Climate Change Anniversary - Let's Not Waste Any More Time

Teachers are key in responding to the hopes of youth. Teaching about environmental sustainability is teaching within the QEP. But this task has systemic barriers and cannot rest on the shoulders of teachers alone.

Beginners No More: Social Sciences Online in a Digital Age

The interwebs are interesting again, with ways and wonders to do history even at home, to do geography everywhere and anywhere too.

Developing a Pedagogy of Belonging for English-Speakers in Quebec: It's Complicated

Do English-speakers have a place in Quebec society? Do we ‘fit in’? Are we accepted by our fellow Quebecers? These are questions that the English-speaking community of Quebec have wrestled with for decades.

Understanding and Applying the Digital Competency Framework

If you are a teacher, you may have heard about the Digital Competency Framework. But what is it? And why is it helpful to know about?

LEARN Tutoring Registration is open!

LEARN Tutoring offers online tutoring for elementary and secondary students with certified teachers at no charge for English, French, History, Math, Sciences and more. Make a request!

Assistive Technology for Writing at Home

Students who struggle with writing are often discouraged not by their specific challenges but by the endless erasing, crossing off, and rewriting that they have to do. Find out how to support the process of writing for students at home!

What is e-Learning?

Want to know more about what e-Learning is? Read about it in the latest blog post written by the former Chair and Co-founder of the Canadian eLearning Network and CEO of LEARN, Michael Canuel, Ed.D.

Digital Action Plan for Education

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

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.

Artists Inspire Grants

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

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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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    PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT & WORKSHOPS PRESENTED BY LEARN TO SUPPORT OVER 4257 QUEBEC EDUCATORS & STUDENTS (2019-2020)

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Teacher at LEARN’s STEAM in K QPAT Workshop

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