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Welcome to Eric Folks' e-Portfolio




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About Me


First and foremost, I have three loving, scrappy boys (16, 14, 7) and an amazing, supportive wife of sixteen years, who is also in education (currently serving as a Curriculum Instructional Technologist).  After eight years teaching English at the secondary level in Canyon, TX, in the fall of 2010, I had the great opportunity to move to Lampasas, TX and become Lampasas I.S.D.'s first ever Instructional Technology Coordinator. I served Lampasas I.S.D. as an Instructional Technology Coordinator for five years, and now serve as the district's Mobile Learning Specialist, with coordinating the district's 1:1 initiative being one of my primary responsibilities.





About My ePortfolio


This site serves as a testament to my graduate work at the University of Texas at Brownsville, where I pursued and attained my Master of Educational Technology in the fall of 2014. The tabs above will allow you to navigate the various courses and components of each course that I completed as part of the degree plan. The best place to start might be the Courses Taken tab, which will take you to a comprehensive listing of all courses completed at UTB. The Matrix lists the key assessments and/or artifacts showcased as part of this ePortfolio.


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The best way to contact me is by email: ericfolksitc@gmail.com


This page was last updated November 24th, 2014.











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