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Andrea Trujillo

Monterrey, Mexico

Live Curious, Go Beyond traditional, ordinary and common.

I'm an everything and everyday googler, who enjoys stepping out of her comfort zone in order to enhance learning environments and make students question their schemas to create new knowledge.

Areas of expertise: Haiku, Twitter, SmartBoard, SmartBoard Exchange, Notebook, Ipad Apps

Twitter Handle: @andreabtm


Reflecting on:

posted Aug 17, 2016, 5:27 AM by Andrea Trujillo

When thinking about how teachers want technology to impact positively in  our classrooms there's some aspects that are important to consider.
We thought about practice not only for students on devices and but teachers to be using technology with ease.
Coaching can make Ts secure about what they're doing and lose fear on trying new things.
We'd like our Ts to have ideas on how to use tech for things out of the ordinary, to innovate.
Tech wants to be reachable for all shapes and sizes.
And of course to have fun when using and trying new things.

Are you ready to disrupt learning?

posted Jun 1, 2016, 5:31 AM by Andrea Trujillo

Nowadays many kids and even young adults don't like going to school, and there's many factors to that perspective, but the teacher factor is crucial at least at young ages. Holly Clark gives us two different viewpoints on what you want your classroom to look like. It's eyeopening how sometimes we don't take in account the type of classroom we want, and how students perceive the environment. 
Binge learning is something I'd like to see and enhance in students, that love and passion for knowing more and taking a leading role in their development process. 

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