T’enseignes-tu? A site by and for teachers
For a few years now, T’enseignes-tu? has been a hot spot for the FSL teaching community worldwide to rendezvous, learn, and chat. Its name, a funny-looking question unless you’ve traveled to Québec, fait d’une pierre deux coups. The Québécois touch pays homage to the diversity of the French-speaking world and its place in the learning/teaching process. That’s coup number 1. Coup number 2 is the direct address to teachers, an invitation to step in and team up. T’enseignes-tu? Do you teach? Are you keen on sharing your vie de prof, curious about others’? With its array of fab — and free — resources, the site has fostered a space to share and reflect on beliefs and classroom practices.
And now — surprise, surprise — coup number 3. The fab and free resources comprise a section devoted to bloggers where … The Heart of an Artichoke was featured last week. Merci, T’enseignes-tu?! Ça nous a pognés drette au cœur!
Wouldn’t you say so, Linda?