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Blog for exchanges between teachers in France and the state of Massachusetts


I found this blog which is for Massachusetts teachers/professors interested in exchanges with teachers in France. Check it out!

Posted on August 10, 2009 at 5:03pm

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At 3:01pm on September 29, 2009, Fabrice Jaumont said…
hi Jen
At 12:03am on November 21, 2009, Diane said…

Thank you for your warm welcome! I would like the opportunity to interact with faculty at the post-secondary level. Again, thank you for your welcome and happy thanksgiving.

At 8:23pm on November 27, 2009, Maddie Farkas said…
Hi Michelle,
Thank you for your welcome. I am a full time student in Fairfield University, CT studying for my Master in Education and certification in high school French. I have been observing other classrooms and doing my research on how I would like to best teach students in Fall 2010. I really would like to implement a curriculum that links classrooms across the world - so for example, my classroom in CT could communicate with a classroom in Haiti or Rwanda - both French speaking nations, and my students would speak in French while the other classroom speaks in English. I find this to be a more motivating way of teaching students. Your website seems to be the closest I have found to that function. I have contacts in Ivory Coast, Rwanda and Haiti in schools that are ready to start but of course I need to get working first. I would like to refer them to your website so maybe they could start pen pal online with other American schools. I would plan on using Skype to communicate with them. It would be kinda cool I think!
At 11:25am on November 28, 2009, Marie RANIERI said…
Bonjour Michelle,

Thanks for your message and for offering support. I'm mostly interested in setting up exchanges via postcards/emails. I teach in a French high school near Paris. My students are between 15 and 18.

I haven't had the time to have a thorough look at the site yet but I will in the coming days. I'll get in touch if I have any questions.

Thanks again for your message.

At 9:33pm on February 4, 2010, Christen Powell-Essinger said…
Thank you, Michelle. I'm looking forward to getting involved with the group! Christen

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