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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 (14, 12, 5) and an amazing, supportive wife of thirteen years, who is also in education (currently teaching Biology).  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 have served Lampasas I.S.D. as an Instructional Technology Coordinator for almost five years, and coordinated professional development efforts in the area of instructional technology.





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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