Skip to Main Content

Special interest groups

Special interest groups respond to the specific needsaspirations and concerns of SPEAQ members. An interest group comes from the will and actions of the members of the Association.

About special interest groups

A group of SPEAQ members wishing to constitute themselves as a SIG must submit to the Board of Directors a formal application.

SPEAQ encourages its members to form and maintain Special Interest Groups. SPEAQ will provide assistance, financial or otherwise, within the restrictions of its operating budget.


RASCALS stands for Regroupement au service des CÉGEPs pour l’anglais langue seconde. 


Read more

The main objective of DEESL (Development of Enriched ESL in Québec) is to support Enriched ESL teachers through the creation of competency-based activities.

Read more

INTENSIG is dedicated to the development of resources in support of the Intensive English project.

Read more

This SIG is dedicated to the integration of technologies to support learning in English classes.

Read more

The name says it all! IncluSIG has dedicated itself to the development of a diversity and inclusion mindset.

Read more
Read more
Role and objective

Special Interest Groups (SIGs) address specific needs, interests, and concerns of members of SPEAQ.

A SIG originates through the will and actions of members of the Association.

  • An interest group comes from the will and actions of the members of the Association.

  • Interest groups must comply with the conditions set out in the policies and procedures manual.

  • A group of members of the SPEAQ who wish to constitute themselves as an interest group must submit a formal request to the board of directors.

  • The SPEAQ undertakes to provide assistance, financial or otherwise, within the limits of its operating budget.

All members of a special interest group must be members of the Association.

Thanks to our partners!
Image no. 1
Image no. 2
Image no. 3
Image no. 4
Image no. 5