As classrooms in K-12 schools and university’s move online, there a many Edtech tools available to use. My district is beginning to implement online learning this week so I wanted to share some of the Edtech tools I have some expertise in teaching at the secondary level in English, Social Sciences, and Math. Here isContinue reading “EdTech Tools to Get You Started With Your Online Teaching! Start Now!”
Purpose This project has been a long time coming but it was recently spurred by the effects of the Coronavirus on K-12 schools and at colleges/universities. For months I have been planning on developing a YouTube channel devoted to edtech tool “how-to’s” for all classrooms and data literacy tutorials to help build the capacity ofContinue reading “Launching YouTube Channel”
This week I am very excited to announce I have been published in this week’s edition of EdCal, which is the Association of California Administrators online and print editorial. The article summarizes my research and outlines the need for educational leaders need to build their data literacy skills to improve their schools and districts inContinue reading “Recently Published on ACSA’s EdCal Editorial”
Data is powerful, especially in the realm of education. At times, it may be self-affirming while on the other hand, it makes you question your current practices and policies because the data identifies further ramifications that make us have to dig deeper to determine what’s going on as well as devising solutions to the problems we face as educators. But, most importantly, it tells a story about the students we serve, which then we are called to do something about it as teachers and administrators. Over the last few days, I have been able to analyze several data sets that have been collected from the California Department of Education. The data sets I analyzed encompass all of the 2018 California K-12 School demographics, state testing scores, attendance rates, suspension rates, and funding mechanisms. My goal was to transform the data into several self-affirming stories of what the data is telling us as well as how we dig deeper into the stories the data is illustrating to determine new insights into we how to solve the problems we have identified.
Winter 2019 doctoral research update, recruiting participants, future projects, and ACSA conference!
California’s tax code is a complex system that has been reformed numerous times over the course of its history. Currently, California has some of the highest overall taxes in the United States. Politicians in California argue about taxes during every election cycle as well as when they determine the state’s budget. Democrats advocate for increasingContinue reading “Evaluating California’s Tax System: Ranking the Tax System and Determining the Best Tax to Fund Education”
A short analysis of Proposition 30 and 50 for my education finance class at Concordia, University Irvine.