MTT041| Digital Design Strategies - Martin Cisneros
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Wouldn’t it be great if you could customize information that you want to give your students so that every student could understand at their reading level? What about being able to show websites to your class without pop-ups and advertisements? These are just a couple of the tech tools that are shared by our guest, Martin Cisneros.
Martin Ricardo Cisneros (@TheTechProfe & TheTechProfe.com) is a Modern Learning Specialist, speaker, GeekDad, TechJedi, and SuperMariachi, from Silicon Valley! In his position at the Santa Clara County Office of Education (Innovation.sccoe.org), Martin develops and facilitates professional learning experiences on the most current educational trends to improve teaching and learning through innovative processes. He has developed many blended curricular programs some of which have been adopted by districts, universities, and others that have rolled out country-wide. Martin has experience teaching students and professionals at all levels including elementary, secondary, and higher education while working in the US, Canada, and Latin America.
Contact: Martin Cisneros
YouTube: TheTechProfe https://www.youtube.com/user/thetechprofe
Additional Websites: innovations.sccoe.org & bit.ly/sccoebadges
Items mentioned in Episode 41:
ELL Teacher’s Toolbox by Larry Ferlazzo
EduPprotocols by Marlena Hebern and Joe Corippo
#googleextension #googleslides #collaboration #CommonCore
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