With a passion to reach students through rock and rap, teacher Steven Langlois (aka Étienne) became "The Accidental Rockstar." He went from writing catchy songs for students in his classroom to keynoting conferences and performing sold-out concerts in theaters and arenas to fans worldwide. The two-time Canada's Artist of the Year winner, once dubbed "The Eminem of Children's music," has impacted millions of students and touched the careers of artists like Justin Bieber and Joey Muha. Watch here.
Click HERE to hear ÉTIENNE as he joins the Dr. Matt Rhoads on the Navigating Education podcast as they talk about "coaching."
Click HERE to hear ÉTIENNE as he joins the Ready, Set, Growth! podcast as we talk about what rockstars and teachers have in common, how are lesson plans and concerts similar.
Click HERE to hear ÉTIENNE as he joins the Solve it for Kids! podcast as we talk about "How We Remember Things?"
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Click HERE to watch ÉTIENNE as he joins Fonz from My EdTech Life to discuss solutions during these COVID times.
Click HERE to watch ÉTIENNE as he joins a panel of notable authors to discuss the ins and outs of being an author and teacher on Educators Without Borders .
Click HERE to watch ÉTIENNE as he joins three notable Drs of Education on the Education Fix broadcast.
Justin Bieber sings the ÉTIENNE song "AVOIR II" on national TV in France.
As referenced in the SNL skit, it's no secret that ÉTIENNE is a huge basketball fan. Here the cameras caught him cheering for the Raptors after their victory over the Pistons.
Étienne gets a little shoutout with a name drop on SNL.
Warning: Past the Drake/Etienne bit is footage not appropriate for all audiences.
Étienne has worked with Kahoot! and has hosted hundreds of free Kahoots at teacher conferences and for students on the not-for-profit School Rubric network.