I would like to share with everyone a brief video about me, my expertise on digital learning technologies, global projects and edu tech implementation. I would glad to collaborate with all of you. Kind Regards, Pablo
In Week #1 of the 2020 CMALT cMOOC we were invited to explore how our contextual statement could be presented using a variety of embedded technologies such as a short video to introduce ourselves and our teaching philosophy via Clips (iOS) or Instagram. I decided to present my 2020 CMALT Contextual Statement as a short… Read more »
I am sharing this initial contextual statement….having recently been through an intense period of job seeking some of this is straight from my personal statement accompanying my CV. This is probably too descriptive and not reflective or purposefully starting to identify goals yet.
This is my first iteration of a contextual statement. I think its reasonable, but perhaps too personal. I also played around with Adobe Spark to demonstrate some of my thoughts about teaching and learning with technology.
I'm trying this again and hoping to be able to invest the time to make things work for describing my practice. Happy for any feedback and comments. Mark
My Contextual Statement(s) outlining my career trajectory – past, present and future – and rationale for submitting a portfolio.
A 'Contextual Statement'. I have struggled a bit as (actually like I suspect many here) fitting the boxes with my background is a little difficult. So I feel I may have been a little waffly. That said, I can't see how to get it more distilled and I don't think it. is a painful read…. Read more »
This is a link to my first blog post for CMALT describing my history of using digital technology for English language teaching. I use a Communities of Practice and narrative approach to summarise my experiences.
This links to the first pass on my CMALT contextual statement. Trainer wheels are definitely *on*
Blog post "A Contextual Statement of Me"