Project Based Learning
These are some examples of my work teaching 3rd grade!
These are some examples of my work teaching science, history, and ELA at the middle school level.
These are some examples of my work teaching high school ELA and Math and intervention.
These are some examples of my work at CSU Bakersfield and CSU Fullerton.
Teenagers and access to technology.
The following statistics can be attributed to Lenhart, Amanda, Pew Research Center, April 2015, “Teen, Social Media and Technology Overview 2015”
92% of teens go online daily.
87% of American teens have or have access to a desktop or laptop
Smart Phone Access
73% of teens have smartphones.
58% of kids have access to tablets.
Contents: One Hour Presentation: The Benefits of an OER Letter to Superintendents Leadership in K12 and Higher Education 1. One Hour Presentation: The Benefits of an OER 2. Letter to Superintendents 3. Leadership in K12 & Higher Education
A collection of student-led events I had the honor of facilitating over the last 6 years.
Readings from the course Ed Tech for the K-12 Leader in the Masters in Curriculum & Instruction at CSUB A Historical Background on Educational Technology The History of Ed-Tech: What Went Wrong by Audry Watters, independent scholar, and education writer. Thorndike won. Dewey Lost: The Most Important 4 Words about the US Education System by Mark Guzdial,[…]
Tik Tok has changed the digital literacy landscape as we know it. How can students identify what is factually accurate information?
21st Century Writing Prompts: Student-Created Blooket Teacher created example statements Student group work Creating and publishing the Blooket
The following snippets offer a glimpse of youth agency as it happened around the globe. In this century, institutions began to recognize the role of formal and informal youth leadership. These examples take place in and outside of schools but they are all linked by the potential of the youth to disrupt norms and shape[…]
Children Making Waves Outside the Classroom from 1900-2000 Whether it was on the farm or in the factory, children typically worked alongside their elders (source). Although there were longstanding pushes to abolish child labor, the children were typically not organized to participate in organized labor or community action- that is until the Newsboys Strike of[…]