Mr. Antonio Flores
11th - 12th grade Teacher
Kaukauna High Kaukauna, WI
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About Mr. Antonio Flores
Hello Everyone! I am Mr. Flores, your new social studies teacher at Kaukauna High School. I am very excited to start my first year at KHS. I am familiar with the school district, completing my student teaching at KHS and RVMS back in the Spring of 2009. After graduating from college I spent three great years at Gresham High School, and now my journey has led me here. My hope is to make your experience here at KHS and in my classroom a safe, fun, and exciting opportunity to learn and experience new things about yourself and the world around you.
You're probably wondering to yourself, "why Edmodo?". Well, I am strong believer in utilizing the latest and greatest technologies around us. I believe Edmodo is one of those new technologies that can help us in our learning environment.
Our classes will be using this social network in a variety of ways. One of the most important ways we'll use it is to keep current with what's going on in class. I will always update class notes, assignments, and discussions from our class on to our group's pages. Also, we'll use this site to collaborate with our classmates when working on class assignments and projects. Are you excited yet?!?! I know I am!!!
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me directly here on Edmodo, or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Whenever ever you send me a message I will receive it via text message, so my response should be quick!
"There can be inﬁnite uses of the computer and of new age technology, but if the teachers themselves are not able to bring it into the classroom and make it work, then it fails." Nancy Kassebaum