An invitation to participate in the Twittclasses Journal

Registrations to participate in the Journal des Twittclasses are open until September 24. You can showcase your projects through a network of French-speaking schools.

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Several teachers use Twitter to present different educational projects carried out with their students. The account Twittclasses Journal on Twitter was created to retweet the messages of registered classes in order to circulate these educational achievements. Here is a collaborative journal, published in PDF format, will also see the light of day this year to highlight certain projects.

The Twittclasses Journal (@JdTwittclasses) is an initiative of Frédéric Dupont, a French teacher from the Paris Academy @ fred_cm1b. The meeting of French-language schools in a network (REFER) has partnered with him to animate the community of francophone classes during the year 2021-2022.

Registrations are open until September 24. Already more than thirty classes are registered. To join them, just complete the form.

What is the Twittclasses Journal?

It is a collaborative journal that will be published in PDF format and where twittclasses can present a particular class project or achievement through an article they have written.

Three publications are planned for the 2021-2022 school year: the first issue will present articles received before December 17, 2021. The second issue will be released to celebrate spring in early April and the third will close the school year in July 2022. Publications can be distributed to parents or via networks. Participating classes are not required to submit an article every time.

"It's a great way to make your project travel in the Francophonie and to promote your ideas and the achievements of your students", indicates Nathalie Couzon of REFER.

For all the latest news on the project, follow the hashtag #JdT2022 on Twitter and for any questions, contact on Twitter @JdTwittclasses.

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