The Ed-Tech Tumble Zone

"The capability to learn is inherent in all of us. The only variable, then, is our own desire to learn." ~ Sam Pabon

Sam Pabon has an extensive background as an IT Professional with specific experience as a Security Administrator, Engineer, and Cyber Threat Analyst.

Sam recently decided to transition into the education arena, and is pursuing a Master's in Educational & Instructional Technology from National University.

Sam's Philosophy of Education
As educators we should help facilitate goals and help cast a vision for students that will, not only, stretch their imaginations, but also their beliefs regarding what is possible. In order to accomplish this, we need to become and remain culturally aware regarding the diverse student populations we will interact with on our chosen playing field.
We are not just "teachers", we are "coaches": disciplining, guiding, mentoring, encouraging, motivating.

In the end, technology is something that should be embraced and respected, but not feared.
Recent Tweets @sampabon

christopherdickey:

Never before published photographs of Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero a few weeks before he was murdered in El Salvador in 1980:

I took these at a small press conference in the capital before talking with him one on one. It was clear to most of us there at the time that Romero would be killed. It was clear to him. For more about Romero — as close to a saint as any person I ever met — read my column from March 2010:

        It is 30 years ago this week that a sniper killed Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero with a single bullet that exploded through his heart as he said mass. … http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2010/03/23/when-death-came-for-the-archbishop.html

I remember seeing the movie when I was younger. Raul Julia played the part of Romero …

(via positivelypersistentteach)

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    Romero was the voice and the face of Salvadorans and allies who fought against impunity in the nation; he and others...
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    See also songs by billy Bragg and simple minds remembering Romero…any others?
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