It is never too late to publicize good initiatives. PartaJeunes has been around since 2011, but I just found out! This initiative aims to promote content written online by young people, for example on class blogs.
There is more than one way to act within the framework of PartaJeunes. Initially, the idea is to add the hashtag "#PartaYoung »On Twitter when we talk about productions made by young people.
Quite simply, if, during my browsing on the Web, I discover an interesting text or media production made by a student, I propagate the link in my professional network to make it discover to other people. These people are not only invited to consult the production, but also (and above all!) To comment on it.
"It is undeniable that the motivation of young people is multiplied when their" voice "is heard and that it finds an echo in the reactions of others", explains François Bourdon, one of the teacher facilitators of the initiative, on the site PartaJeunes.com. He was the one who sowed the idea for the 2011 edition of edcamp Montreal. In English, there was already the hashtag #Comments4Kids. His workshop-exchange made it possible to imagine his French-speaking correspondent.
The website PartaJeunes.com Also includes a list of student blogs suggested by their teachers. Thus, it is easy to navigate and sow feedbacks and comments that will spark enthusiasm and pride in young authors.
(Thanks to @BrigitteProf that caught my attention on Twitter!)