Archives for Children of Immigrants

Texting and Teachers Experimenting with Technology: 10 Resources

Part of the series: Teacher Development Reflections In a previous post, I mentioned how I was teaching refugees in Athens, Greece as part of my CELTA certification training. Luckily! I received my CELTA certification! Thanks again to my tutor, Marisa Constantinides. Marisa runs the CELTA center and encourages the educators taking the course to effectively integrate technology in their lesson plans. For Read full article »

Struggling With the Dialect

Part of the Children of Immigrants series Today, the Teacher Reboot Camp blog celebrates its one year birthday! To commemorate, I started the Children of Immigrants series in an effort to share my personal experiences growing up as a Mexican American. The majority of us will teach immigrants and I am hoping my experiences help shed light on the difficulties these Read full article »

Social Injustice and its Impact on Education

Part of the Children of Immigrants series Recently, Arizona passed three measures that have offended many Hispanic Americans and minorities of various ethnic backgrounds. In April, Governor Brewer signed Senate Bill 1070, which allows police officers and agencies to ask people they are suspicious of for proof they are legally in this country. In May, the Arizona Department of Education told Read full article »

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