About Me 

B.S. Sociology of Education
UAM (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana)
Autonomous Metropolitan University
Graduate Studies Latin American Literature 
UNAM (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
National Autonomous University of Mexico 
Adult Single Subject Credential
Single Subject Credential- Spanish 
Multiple Subject Credential 
CSUF (California State University Fresno) 
Candidate: Masters in Educational Technology 
Fresno Pacific University 

Professional Experience
Chicano-Latino Studies Professor
UNAM (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
National Autonomous University of Mexico 
Adult English as Second Language Instructor
Fresno Unified School District 
SDAEI Instructor 
Sanger Unified School District 
Kindergarten Teacher-English Language Learners Coordinator
Fresno Adventist Academy 
Spanish Teacher-Curriculum and Technology Leader 
Central Unified School District 

Valedictorian Class of 1993
UAM (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana)
Autonomous Metropolitan University
Junior Research Scholar Grant
University of California Irvine  

Volunteer Work 
Community Services 
Fresno Adventist Church 

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Educator talk is my personal platform and a place where I want to help students and educators to ethically transform education. The 21st Century has opened up a world of resources to increase knowledge and communicate with people around the world. As an educator of two 
I am in awe witnessing the transformation of education through the use of technology. My goal and mission is to engage professionals, students, and community members in responsibly transforming education by opening the discussion about resources that make us better individuals. It is also my goal to engage in critical discussions regarding the responsible use of technology in the classroom. Many school districts around the world have opened up the world wide web to students through the use of technology. It is my believe that as powerful as technology is, as educators we need to commit to train parents, students, and community members about the responsible and ethical use of technology to help with personal and professional growth in a morally responsible way.

As a student in the Masters in Educational Technology Program, the more knowledge I acquire, the more I feel the responsibility to help others understand not only the great possibilities that digital education has to offer but the challenges that our current educational system poses. As this site takes its form, its mission will be redefined to address the educational needs at hand. This site includes information pertinent to traditional literacies and digital literacies as the one does not exclude the other. 

This is my personal platform and it only represents my own opinions regarding different topics in education. I have chosen to include character education as part of my platform as I believe that it is only through strong communities and families that responsible learning occurs. 
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