Plunge into the fascinating world of Hydro-Québec! From videos to field trips, our educational resources are designed to stimulate your students’ imaginations and intellects. Using our materials to teach your students about electricity is sure to be a winning approach!



With these original and fun activities, help your students become vigilant, well-informed consumers when it comes to using electricity and raise their awareness of energy efficiency.

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Discover Baie-James in a 360° video!

Produced with 360° virtual reality technology, the video lets viewers soar over towers and transmission lines. Hold on tight!

3 minutes

The 360° video experience in the classroom

In just a few seconds, journey to the heart of the taiga and take your students on a virtual tour of the Robert-Bourassa facility, including the world’s largest underground hydropower generating station.

It’s an excellent way to discover the main structures that make up a hydropower facility.

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Why shouldn’t we waste electricity, even if it’s a renewable resource? Use these activities to get the idea across to your students in a way they can understand.

Volts, amperes, watts: are these all too technical for your students? Our resources help make basic electrical concepts easy to grasp. Making hydroelectricity generation accessible has never been easier!

Don’t forget to check our Toolkit!

Which power sources have the least impact on the environment and follow the principles of sustainable development? Use our resources to find out.

Use our resources to show your students how the story of Hydro-Québec fits into the history of Québec.

Electricity is an extraordinary source of power that poses no danger when correctly used. Teach your students about safe habits to adopt when in the presence of electricity.

Don’t forget to check our Toolkit!


A host of information on the amazing world of energy is right at your fingertips. To enhance your activity or simply find out more, take a look!

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Safety is everyone’s business

Avoiding electrical shocks and accidents is easy: you just need to know what to do. Take a few minutes to find out more and teach your students about safe habits to adopt when in the presence of electricity.

Visit our Safety advice website.

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