Pédagogie Collégiale


Dedicated to fostering pedagogical reflection and promoting innovative practices, Pédagogie collégiale features articles written by workers from the post-secondary education community, especially from colleges.

Pédagogie collégiale features interviews, educational research, pedagogical reflections and accounts of professional experiences in addition to opinion pieces, dialogues and suggested readings from time to time. Each year, a thematic article brings forth food for thought and action related to a core topic in regards to pedagogical discussions.
All of the journal’s articles are available in French and English. This initiative is made possible by a financial contribution from the Ministry of Higher Education through the Canada-Quebec Agreement for Minority-Language Education and Second-Language Instruction.
Since its founding in 1987, Pédagogie collégiale has received a high level of recognition and credibility in the higher education community. It is a reference point for educators in the college community and seeks to guide interventions in college pedagogy by presenting deep and diverse information, as well as announcing changes in the educational sector. It is also a reflective journal, rooted in reality, a witness to the practices taking place in the college environment.