April 22, 2020

Episode 02: Teacher PD: How to Train Teachers During Social Distancing.

Apple Podcasts podcast player badge
Spotify podcast player badge
Google Podcasts podcast player badge
Amazon Music podcast player badge
Pandora podcast player badge
RSS Feed podcast player badge

Welcome To My EdTech Life! In this show we interview Omar and Fely Lopez and get insight as to their experience in providing Teacher PD during this time of social distancing. We talk about what type of training has worked the best for the teachers in our area and the social and emotional state of our teachers and student body. 

--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/myedtechlife/support

Thank you for watching or listening to our show! Give us some feedback to see how we're doing. 

Until Next Time, Stay Techie, My Friends.


Let's Connect on Twitter! https://twitter.com/myedtechlife

Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/myedtechlife/support

Buy me a coffee to keep the creativity flowing! https://bit.ly/3LxSojF  

Check out our merch store! https://myedtechlife.myspreadshop.com/  


Fely LopezProfile Photo

Fely Lopez

Experienced Teacher with a demonstrated history of working in the education management industry. Skilled in Classroom Management, Educational Technology, Curriculum Development, Public Speaking, and Teacher Training. Strong education professional with a Masters of Education Technology Leadership focused in Educational/Instructional Technology from Lamar University.

Omar LopezProfile Photo

Omar Lopez

Understanding the need for constant learning and professional growth, I've been focusing my energy, for the past few years, in developing instructional units to be used in teacher professional development. My emphasis is on the integration of technology to enhance teaching and transform learning. Whether the classroom is in a 1:1 program or there is only a set of devices for student use, I can help teachers develop lessons that maximize the use of technology into their daily lessons. The purpose is to leverage the available technology and provide our students with relevant and meaningful learning experiences that will prepare them for jobs that might not exist yet.

I have been a middle school teacher for almost 15 years. I've taught middle school science and English language arts and reading (ELAR) in 7th and 8th grades. I have also held numerous leadership capacity roles in my campus, such as Site Based Decision Making Committee chair for two years from 2005-2007. I've been ELAR department chair and Science Department chair for a total of 9 years -4 and 5 respectively. For four years (2015, 2016, 2017, & 2018) I was also the summer school lead teacher, placing me as an administrator in charge of over 300 students and 30 staff members. In 2017, I decided to pursue my Masters of Education in Educational Technology. I feel this degree will allow me to extend my reach.