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Veronica Martinez

Monterrey, Mexico

Live Curious, and Go Beyond your limits!

I believe we should keep learning, trying new things, taking risks. Technology has allowed my students to learn about different countries, to communicate, collaborate and develop their own creative potential.

Areas of expertise: iMovie, Animoto, Google Drive     

Twitter Handle: @veromtzg


Becoming an Apple Teacher

posted Mar 29, 2017, 6:46 AM by Veronica Martinez

On March 22 & 23 we had the opportunity to attend .EDU at URRE. Speakers and attendees from different countries were invited to participate. One of the sessions we attended was "How to become an Apple Teacher". Our main takeaway is that it is a great tool to learn and assess yourself about Apple technology in the various Apple devices. The steps on how to become an Apple teacher are really clear and there are unlimited opportunities to achieve this goal. The main purpose is to obtain badges and there is no cost involved. If you are interested in becoming an Apple Teacher follow this link: you will need an Apple id to log in (it can be the one you use to download apps). If you would like more information about this don't hesitate on contacting us.

TI Projects

posted Sep 19, 2016, 8:46 AM by Veronica Martinez

I am very interested in Inspiring spaces, how much a space can influence student learning, motivation and give them a chance to explore and develop their creativity facilitating them with the tools, time and space to do that.

DT Tools

posted Aug 17, 2016, 5:25 AM by Veronica Martinez   [ updated Aug 17, 2016, 5:35 AM ]

For our representation of what we want to achieve in our meeting we came up with a visual that represents hands on learning. I would like to learn about tools that I can use and apply to my lesson, that will help me enhance student learning. 

Disrupt Learning. Holly Clark

posted Jun 1, 2016, 6:25 AM by Veronica Martinez

Reflection of TedTalk
One classroom is content based and the other classroom, student learning
For the classroom focused on student learning the teacher values the idea of thinking as part of the learning process, students take ownership of their learning, they learn to ask the right questions, they have the time to explore, research and reflect on their learning. 
On the other classroom the teacher values their learning and want students to have all the information they need for second grade, her class is focused on delivering content, keeping up with the program.

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