After completing an undergraduate degree in Science, Françoise Crevier taught high school chemistry and physics for several years.
This is precisely what sparked her passion for instructional design—she wrote several self-teaching guides for chemistry that were best sellers on the Quebec education market for over 15 years. From the moment that computer technology became the norm, Françoise took an interest in the design of digital learning environments and created hundreds of training environments for businesses.
With a view to acquiring strong theoretical foundations, Françoise continued her studies in Educational Technology and obtained her Doctorate in 1996. Today, in addition to creating customized pedagogical solutions, Françoise is particularly interested in analyzing problematic situations through the preliminary analysis, content analysis and modelling of knowledge or skills. For the last 15 years or so, she has been passionate about the emerging field of individual, collective and organizational skills. She also works as an expert consultant for various organizations, both in Quebec and abroad. Among the countless learning environments created by Françoise, approximately 15 have received Canadian and international awards.