I post resources for educators, and occasionally blog about education. My background is language pedagogy (particularly French and Latin), so that’s the primary perspective.

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About the author

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Hello there! My name is Mike. I’m simply an educator trying to push the boundaries of language pedagogy. Teacher-researcher with graduate degrees in Linguistics and French. I’ve taught French, Latin, and linguistics.

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Academic Interests

L2 acquisition, critical theory, multilingualism, digital education, technology-enhanced language learning, learning through play, antiracist pedagogy

Courses Taught

Below are courses I’ve taught, some with edited versions of the syllabi (stripped of personally identifiable information, specific university policies, and specific dates)

At the K-12 level, I’ve also taught:

  • Romance Languages (Grade 5 exploratory course, 10 weeks)
  • French 1-4 (grades 6-12)
  • French 2-3 Honors (for college credit through consortial agreements)
  • AP French
  • Latin 1-4 (grades 6-12)
  • AP Latin


Contact & Social Media

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