California State University Bakersfield
Suggested Further Readings
Paulo Freire on Faith (Link)
Pedagogy of the Oppressed: Noam Chomsky, Howard Gardner, and Bruno della Chiesa Harvard Askwith Forum Live Roundtable ( Link )
Gomez, A., Puigvert, L., Flecha, R. (2011) Critical Communicative Methodology: Informing Real Social Transformation Through Research. (Link)
Full Elmore Interview (Link)
Pedagogy of the Oppressed Full Book Online (Link)
Education for Critical Consciousness By Paolo Freire (Link)
Below you can find the following presentation artifacts:
- The conference and professional development handouts on virtual reality (VR). Feel free to download and share.
- Following the handout is copy of the conference presentation.
- Link to a student-made virtual reality museum.
- Professional renderings from SketchFab.com
- a 6th grade student-created tutorial for my free workflow.
- A Minecraft inspired scene created by another 6th grade student.
Below is the presentation for session. This will be a brief ten minutes covering research and strategies for implementing the virtual-reality into the classroom.
The following site is our student-made virtual reality museum.
A professional “mystery contest” project uploaded by a user to SketchFab.com
Another professional project on SketchUp.com.
How to export and import into SketchFab as told by a 6th grader.
A Minecraft inspired scene created by a 6th grader. Load the scene on your phone and then view in a Google Cardboard or VR viewer.
My first keynote went well! I was invited to speak at the Kern Rural Residency Program by the Department of Teacher Education at California State University, Bakersfield. My talk was centered around the idea that as teachers we are both a scientist and artist. We get our science training through our credentialing and induction programs, but the artistry of teaching happens when we are finally in the classroom. You can view the entire keynote below.
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