CONTACT (Version française)
If you have questions or if you would like to help in the promotion or creation of democratic schools in Québec, we would be happy to collaborate with you.
General Enqurieis: email@example.com
Media Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to get in touch with one of our regional groups, we invite you to visit our page: Contacts par région (French only.)
Marc-Alexandre Prud’homme I am a sessional lecturer in various universities across Quebec and Ontario, where I teach classes such as theories of learning and social studies education. I also teach both history and current events classes at Compass, a center for self-directed learning in Ottawa. I like to travel, to play basketball, to read and to ride my bike. I am the proud dad of a five-year-old daughter. email@example.com
Camille Price-Piché: Stay-at-home mom of a wonderful girl since 2014. I have shared my life between the cities of Ottawa and Québec, I now live in Montreal with my partner of 13 years. My work experience is in Communications, Web Marketing and event planning. I have been involved in the promotion of alternatives in Education since 2008. For instance within the REDAQ and more recently for the Agile Learning Center of Montreal, Mont-Libre. firstname.lastname@example.org
Tammy Mackenzie I am a mom, activist, entrepreneur, accountant, guitarist, and an alumnus of M.I.N.D. Alternative High School. I am working with RÉDAQ so that we can make it possible to have democratic schools in Quebec, and to open one on the North Shore of Montreal: CREA-Basses Laurentides. I am inspired by human rights, and by the dream that our children might have access to all that life has to offer. email@example.com
L’enseignante Unetelle I am a public school teacher and unhappy in my work. I have a master’s degree in part-time remedial education. I am a mother of 2 and soon of 3. I am revolted at the proportion of children medicated against ADHD and passionate about the project to open a free or democratic school on the South Shore or in Montreal.
Joëlle Gaudreau (firstname.lastname@example.org) Joëlle is a resource teacher for children with special needs, holding a master’s degree in education and pedagogy. She is currently a doctoral student in administration and foundations of education at the Université de Montréal, under the direction of Christine Brabant. Her master focused on the experience of adults living in Québec who have experienced unschooling during their childhood and/or adolescence. Her doctoral research project aims to identify the elements needed to assess the fidelity of the implementation of the elementary component (6 to 12 years) of the Montessori curriculum.
Marilyn Rowe is the proud parent of a radically unschooled 19 year old & two grown step-children. Since taking her son out of school at age 7, she has been working to bring respectful parenting and schooling options to Montreal. Why is it not possible in a free and democratic province, to choose the education we would prefer for our children? Why is authoritarian schooling our only option? Given no options, her family unschooled. She is grateful for what she learned about learning, while still desiring to see the next generation of parents & children have more freedom to learn as they see fit. Marilyn is pouring the lessons of their journey into a book: Saving Our Kids, Saving Ourselves – a work in progress whose main message is that we can no longer raise & educate our children without room for their humanity. Changing this paradigm could change the world.
Christine Perry Trained at the school of life and then in orthopedagogy, Christine is mamma of a marvelous child. She wants to promote free and caring education while working to establish a democratic learning center. email@example.com
Olga Majed Tanios: Passionate about education and believing in education for ALL, Olga has a master’s degree in orthopedagogy and works every day to find solutions to meet the needs of every learner. She strongly believes that the current school system is outdated and that it should draw inspiration from the foundations of free education so that more young people regain a taste for learning. firstname.lastname@example.org
Élisabeth Dufresne est la Fondatrice de Pléiade Éducation qui vise à encourager la création d’initiatives éducatives s’inscrivant dans une culture permaculturelle humaine, c’est-à-dire des projets qui honorent la diversité des besoins des humains, peu importe leur âge. Pour Élisabeth, l’enfant est un citoyen d’aujourd’hui et non un futur citoyen. Sa formation de philosophie et méditation pour enfants [Fondation SEVE Canada 2018] lui permet d’accompagner les enfants en douceur dans la reprise de leur liberté et de leur dignité. Détentrice d’un certificat en design de permaculture [P3 Permaculture], elle puise dans le génie de la nature pour façonner ses initiatives. Elle œuvre au sein du RÉDAQ depuis 2017 afin de démystifier l’éducation démocratique au Québec. email@example.com