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About the Author

Julien Martineau has been teaching French as a second language at Marianopolis College since 2013. He loves to get his students to read and write, but even more so to teach them to reflect and use critical thinking skills. Humor, creativity and dialogue are important in his teaching. Finally, he dreams of having a career as a YouTuber #LikeAndSubsribe #ProfDeSousSol.

Real Life Stories

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Published May 6, 2021

Creating a Sense of Proximity With Your Students, Even at a Distance: Supporting Students Continually (2/2)

Julien Martineau Teacher, Marianopolis College

Mastering the functionalities of digital tools and platforms in order to accomplish specific tasks is already a challenge in itself, for both students and teachers. There is another level of difficulty: how do you combine these platforms and their functionalities in order to create an interesting, motivating and effective learning dynamic? As I am already comfortable with technology and have an interest in inclusive pedagogy [in French], this aspect of the distance learning relationship is of particular interest to me. I would like to present how I tried to establish a sense of proximity with my students in the context of my Poésie, slam et rap francophones [French poetry, slam and rap] course.

Multidisciplinary

Real Life Stories

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Published April 29, 2021

Creating a Sense of Proximity With Your Students, Even at a Distance: Balancing Synchronous and Asynchronous Sessions (1/2)

Julien Martineau Teacher, Marianopolis College

Mastering the functionalities of digital tools and platforms in order to accomplish specific tasks is already a challenge in itself, for both students and teachers. There is another level of difficulty: how do you combine these platforms and their functionalities in order to create an interesting, motivating and effective learning dynamic? As I am already comfortable with technology and have an interest in inclusive pedagogy [in French], this aspect of the distance learning relationship is of particular interest to me. I would like to present how I tried to establish a sense of proximity with my students in the context of my Poésie, slam et rap francophones [French poetry, slam and rap] course.

Languages and Literature