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Local RÉCIT Services


The local RÉCIT mandate includes:

  • Training and professional development of teachers in the use of information and communication technology (ICT) for the classroom, in accordance with the implementation of the new program
  • Guidance and support of teachers developing and carrying out local educational projects
  • Technology watch
  • Innovation and experimentation
  • Collaboration to foster the provincial network

Your local RÉCIT

Central Québec School Board

     Shelley Longney  

     Telephone: (418) 688-8730 ext. 3126 
     Fax: (418) 682-5891

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Eastern Shores School Board

     Craig Bullett



Eastern Townships School Board

     Jody Meacher

     Telephone: (819) 868-3100 
     Fax: (819) 868-2286



English Montreal School Board

     Kish Gue  

     Telephone: (514) 483-7200 ext. 7549 
     Fax: (514) 483-7246



Lester B. Pearson School Board

     Barry Hannah  

     Telephone: (514) 422-3000 x32636 

Littoral School Board

To be announced.

New Frontiers School Board

     Shelley McDonagh  

     Telephone: (450) 691-1440 
     Fax: (450) 691-0643


Riverside School Board

     Karen Rye  

     Telephone: (450) 672-4010 ext. 6430 
     Fax: (450) 465-8809


Sir-Wilfrid-Laurier School Board

     Tim Foreman  

     Telephone: (450) 621-5600 ext.1438

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Western Québec School Board

     Lisa Diner  

     Telephone: (819) 684-2336 ext. 1129 
     Fax: (819) 684-5800

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Provincial RÉCIT and LEARN-RÉCIT Services


The provincial RÉCIT mandate includes the following:

Contribute to the development and sharing of national expertise in the use of technology and digital resources for supporting teaching and learning;

Support the development and sharing of this expertise with the local RÉCIT resource team, teachers and professionals who accompany teachers, through:

-the production, distribution, and promotion of resources that support teaching and learning through technology and digital resources (these resources are dedicated to the English community);
-online and in-person workshops or training;
-communities of practice and/or sharing.

Your Provincial RÉCIT and LEARN-RÉCIT

National RÉCIT services - Anglophone Community

     Thomas Stenzel


National RÉCIT services - Anglophone Community

     Carolyn Buteau


National RÉCIT services - Adult Education

     Tracy Rosen


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Regional RÉCIT services - General Adult Education

     Avi Spector 



Regional RÉCIT services - Vocational Education

     James Burn

     Telephone: 450) 672-4019 ext. 6510

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French Sector RÉCIT Services

Le RÉCIT est un réseau axé sur le développement des compétences des élèves par l’intégration des technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC). C’est principalement par la formation, le soutien et l’accompagnement du personnel enseignant que le RÉCIT réalise ce mandat, tout en développant une culture de réseau et de partage. Go to site 

Flexible Learning Spaces

On Dec 12, 2017, 112 teachers, consultants, & school administrators from across Quebec came to the active learning classrooms at McGill University's Education building to talk about the connections between classroom space design and Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Go to site 
This was a cross-sector day of learning with participants from elementary schools, high schools, adult education centres, vocational centres, and supportive organizations in the English and French sectors.

Congratulations to the organizing committee and facilitators: Andrea Prupas (EMSB), Avi Spector (RSB), Adam Finkelstein (McGill), and Tracy Rosen (CSSMI).

Participating School Boards & Organizations: ETSB, LBPSB, EMSB, SWLSB, WQSB, RSB, CSSMI, CSSV, RECIT, LEARN, CSSS, ASSET, DG Table, ALDI, McGill Teaching & Learning Services.

LEARN Team with Kish Gué, James Burn, Tracy Rosen, and Avi Spector

LEARN Team with Kish Gué, James Burn, Tracy Rosen, and Avi Spector

Flexible Learning Resources

Visit the resources on Designing Engaging Classrooms site, put together by Tracy Rosen:

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Check out what is happening on Twitter via #QCSpace

Honoré Mercier Podcasts

HONORE MERCIER PODCASTS: Students at Honoré Mercier Elementary School in St. Leonard  were pretty busy during the first half of the school year, recording nine tri-lingual (English, French & Italian) podcasts about St. Léonard's most famous landmarks.

Celebrating an important achievement

From Café Milano - Montréal to the Caverne de St. Léonard, plaques will soon be placed in front of these famous locations with #QRCodes, which visitors can scan with their smart phone to listen.

Pedagogical organizations such as the RÉCIT and LEARN have greatly helped, in particular with setting up the BaladoWeb site that hosts all the podcasts.
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In addition to the dedicated teachers (Elisa Infusini, Karina Lajeunesse and Antonietta Morena) a team of resource people also contributed to the success of the project: Sonia Marotta (principal), Kish Gué (local RÉCIT consultant), Dimitri Ilias (Panorama), Thomas Stenzel (LEARN) and Sandra Laine (RÉCIT). 

(Sonia Marotta, Alan November and Kish Gué at the launch)

The project was launched at the Leonardo Da Vinci Center in Montréal where educational world leader Alan November was kind enough to offer a few words.

VIsit the BaladoWeb site:
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Action Plan on Digital Technology

In light of the "Plan Numérique" recently implemented by the Quebec Ministry of Education, we have developed a resource to help you navigate these new technologies.

To see our documentation, please follow this link. Go to page

Projects Funded through the Mesure 15081

During the 2018-2019 school year, innovative projects within English school boards were funded through the Mesure 15081, “Digital Technology Innovation Projects”. We are pleased to present an overview of these projects and hope they will inspire you to try some in your community.

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