Welcome to our new website.
We invite you to explore the pages and resources to learn more about digital competency.
Upcoming Professional Development
Explore the wide variety of course and webinars offered on RÉCIT's digital training platform.
Québec Scratch Educator Meetup
Want to learn more about SCRATCH Programming and how to incorporate it into your classroom? Join the meetup group to get notified about the latest PD opportunities!
LEARN Professional Learning Calendar
Visit the LEARN calendar to explore sessions designed for the English-speaking community of Quebec.
Featured 2021-2022 Resources from RÉCIT Consultants for the Anglophone Sector
Micro:bit 101: Getting Started with Microcontrollers
New to Micro: bit? Check out this comprehensive course for teachers and students alike. It contains capsules, how-to instructions, extension activities, and more! This site was created by the Provincial RÊCIT Service for the Anglophone Community.
Jamboard Activities | Independent Learning
Provide your students with choice and encourage independent learning with this collection of activities. Shared by Chris Colley from LEARN/RECIT.
SAMR Student Choice Matrix
Check out an example of a SAMR matrix. This can be a helpful tool for providing students with choices and finding opportunities to integrate technology into traditional assignments (and develop digital competency). Shared by Chris Colley from LEARN/RECIT.
Want to use a website but it’s not accessible to you and/or your students. Download Help Access and all websites more accessible with ease. Shared by Monic Farrell from LEARN/RECIT.
Wave Browser Extensions
An easy way to check for webpage accessibility issues/concerns. Shared by Monic Farrell from LEARN/RECIT.
A Chrome plug-in that allows you to copy text from a variety of different documents, listen to text aloud, adjust the size and spacing, and highlight sections to meet your individual needs. Shared by Monic Farrell from LEARN/RECIT.
A game that “builds resilience” and promotes youth mental health. Shared by Michael Gabe from LBPSB.
James Paul Gee on Learning with Video Games
A short video on why video games can be such effective learning tools. Shared by Michael Gabe from LBPSB.
Games For Change
Video games for digital learning & civic engagement. Shared by Michael Gabe from LBPSB.
Hey Listen Games
Got students who love video games? Why not use them to teach and reaffirm curriculum concepts. Check out these game-based learning lessons, sorted by subject. Shared by Michael Gabe from LBPSB.
An interactive whiteboard with lots of features! You can input links, save as pdfs, input templates, and more. Shared by James Burns from RÉCIT Provincial Service - Vocational Training.