As a Technology Teacher, I tried new digital tools that I can incorporate into my class like classroom screen, nearpod, and canva. I also make sure that all the lessons and assignments are uploaded to the learning management system, just to make sure that it is available for my students anytime they want to check … Continue reading Communication as a Path to Innovation
Month: July 2022
I want to be a NOW-ists!
When I started teaching an elective class last year, I was at a loss, I did not have a department, and I did not have a previous teacher to ask how to deliver my class. What is my curriculum? What program can I use? every day passes, and I feel uncertain about what I am … Continue reading I want to be a NOW-ists!
My Learning Networks
Active Professional Networking is a big help in adding knowledge to my educational toolbox. I love learning, and I love sharing my wisdom. Sometimes I am amazed at how many new ideas and understandings I get through networking with people and organizations. I am an active member of the following group: TCEA - Texas Computer … Continue reading My Learning Networks
COVA : Learning Authentically
The COVA(Choice, Ownership, Voice, and Authentic Learning) learning speaks to me well. As a learner, this strategy is a unique approach; this approach challenges me and excites me simultaneously. I like to think that I am doing my best in all my work, and owning my work and being recognized for doing it is an … Continue reading COVA : Learning Authentically
Growth Mindset and the POWER of YET
Dr. Dweck talking about the power of Not Yet is very optimistic and inspiring. For me YET should be included in every educator's learners toolbox, it is indeed inspiring that in every situation or challenge, there is still an opportunity to make up, catch up and be better. I myself am guilty of not pushing … Continue reading Growth Mindset and the POWER of YET