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  Samuel Pabon, Jr.

  Public High School Teacher

  U.S. History & J-ROTC-Defensives

  School Web Content Manager

  Coach - Wrestling and Baseball

 

 

 

Sam Pabón is a Bronx, NY native, and a die-hard NY Yankees fan. He graduated from St. John’s University with a B.Sc. degree in Security Administration. He is currently pursuing a M.Sc. degree in Educational and Instructional Technology from National University.

 

Sam served 8yrs in the U.S. Navy as an Information Technology (IT) Specialist where his last duty station was at the National Maritime Intelligence Center in Washington, D.C. 

Now, Sam teaches U.S. History and J-ROTC-Defensives at a public high school in Southwest FL. where he is the school’s Web Content Manager. Additionally, Sam is part of the school’s grant vision team overseeing the implementation of various projects funded by a multi-million dollar federal grant centered around the school’s J-ROTC/Leadership Academy. 

Sam is spearheading an effort at his high school to implement My eCoach as the chosen platform which will provide staff with the ability to develop and/or expand their 21st Century skillset. Thank you, Sam, for the leadership and inspiration you provide to your students and to your educational community!

 

Below are links to Sam’s project, ePortfolio as well as his blog.


  Oh, What a Web We Weave....

 

  Samuel Pabon, Jr. - ePortfolio

 

  Sam Pabon’s Ed-Tech Zone - Blog

"My eCoach sets the standard for online teacher communities. In addition to having tools and tutorials to help teachers create web-based, standards aligned-lessons and activities, there are forum's surveys and libraries.

Being able to quickly embed content such as videos in a lesson is extremely helpful. Teachers don't have a lot of time so having all of these high quality tools integrated in one place is the way to go."



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