In episode 18, Stacey interviews Catherine Ousselin, a secondary French teacher and coach from Washington, who discusses specific technologies and classroom practices that she employs in her classroom to motivate students to develop proficiency.

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Show Notes

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Scholars and resources mentioned on the show:

Catherine Ousselin is a French teacher from Washington state who holds the distinction of being the 2017 Pacific NW Council for Languages Teacher of the Year.  She is also a finalist for the ACTFL Teacher of the Year honor for 2018 and an avid technologist.

You can find Catherine Ousselin online…

…on Twitter @CatherineKU72 

…on her technology blog

…on her proficiency blog

Resources Catherine mentioned…

the AATF (American Association of Teachers of French)

…the AATF French Teaching Resources wiki where you can find units, lessons, infographics, and more curated resources

…the AATF curated YouTube channel

…the AATF Pinterest account

…Twitter teacher chat #langchat

…EDpuzzle for adding quizzes to videos

…SeeSaw digital portfolio tool


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