By Lucie Lecocq Otsing
Ever since I started my teaching career, I have always enjoyed the exchange of learning that happens in the classroom between students and teachers.
Prior to the Spring break, one of the Middle School French Advanced-Proficient students created a revision game to practice ‘les homophones’, using an online platform, ‘quizlet,’ and introduced me to some ‘live’ features.
This platform, which can be used at home and in class, promotes our learner competencies of collaboration and our student-centered learning approach.
Not only am I thankful to be able to have face to face learning, but it is wonderful to continue to grow as an educator as well, and discover new dynamic teaching tools thanks to students’ initiatives.