It is a continuous work to sharpen my skills as I face the constant changes and trends in using technology for developing effective and efficient learning formats for different generations of learners. In the Philippines, my passion for computer technology led me to complete my Bachelor of Science in Information and Computer Science. After graduating, I began teaching computer programming courses at the college level and also did project work for several companies. It quickly became clear to me that teaching was as much a passion as computer science. As I assumed more roles, I completed graduate level coursework in teaching, educational management, and information technology. These classes helped me continue my pursuit of knowledge as my career progressed.
I received a great education in the Philippines, both formal and informal. I represented my region and competed with students from other Philippine colleges and universities, becoming a finalist for the Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines.
I have been teaching for 17 years now and I realize that in order to reach my potential, I need to complete an advanced degree at a great university that takes pride on its academic programs and the students’ successes that it produces. Therefore, I have earned my Master's degree in Educational Technology (MAET) at Michigan State University. It will always be my goal to constantly learn new and effective ways of combining technology and educational resources in order to produce the desired learning experience for my students.
Master of Arts in Educational Technology (MAET) Summer 2013
Counseling, Educational Psychology & Special Education (CEP) Department
College of Education, Michigan State University
“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” – Abraham Lincoln
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