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The End Game

The End Game

Similar to last year, I decided to use games to celebrate the end of our learning and last unit. But, instead of only having game-based learning, I gamified it. Last year, my students created games that we used during our last class(es). They created Kahoots, memory,...
Bring The Playground Inside!

Bring The Playground Inside!

Oh, if we could engage students in learning the way we can be engaged in games! Our school landscape would totally change! Introducing game based learning in classes certainly enhances the level of engagement in class. We all know how much learning happens on the...
Connecting & Exploring

Connecting & Exploring

I have been highly interested in connecting my classroom and have been trying some interactive activities with other French classes such as Travelling Tales, PenPal Schools. Nonetheless, I have always wanted and needed more. Connect the dots by Jeremt Hunsinger @...
Coaching Reflection

Coaching Reflection

I recently facilitated my first full day PD session and learned a lot about myself as a coach. My Language Acquisition team had a day to work on several items, and I wondered how I would be able to meaningfully use the time, provide a diversity of activities, engage...
Quick Fix

Quick Fix

Instead of having a perfect and well-finished product to address my students’ needs, I decided to put into practice some of the ideas quite immediately. I wanted to see what and how it could work. Primarily, we identified the need to focus on vocabulary...
Tinkering

Tinkering

I continued interviewing students that are having difficulties in my multi-level French B SL class to identify needs, feelings, and impressions. The goal is to adjust teaching and design activities that are both meaningful and can give them a sense of achievement. In...