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Who am I and why am I here
2016 (not updated)
2013 – 2018
I’m a Tutor and responsible for a Writing Workshop in a private Catholic School in Portugal, Colégio Amor de Deus. I train and practice  different study strategies with small groups of students – from 1 to 3 – from 5th to 9th years, on any kind of subject they have to learn; when we are free from duties, we may go away in the adventure of Writing. All their texts are posted in our writing workshop blog: http://cadescrita.edublogs.org. Our work has always be posted on pbworks. com wikis, but I’m trying to transfer the actual Blogging Guide Lines and Safety Rules to the Students Blog.
2012 – 2008
I’m a teacher of Portuguese, in a private Catholic School in Portugal, near Lisbon, for about 23 years. My students are from 10 to 12 years old and most of them are enthusiastic about e-learning and blogging.
Lately, our School has encouraged teachers to get involved in new ITC technologies in order to improve their teaching and meet the needs and aspirations of a new rising era. Recently, our classes have been provided with large screens, internet connexion and projectors so we could bring our laptops to the classroom and have totally different lessons; a Moodle platform has been embedded in the School’s site and most disciplines have started their own blogs
This Issue Remains Actual but Hopefully, Big Changes are Coming
The big issue is time: as the classical learning style prevails, we must study how to use web 2.0 tools or how to help students to blog only during free time; it is as if there were no bridge between two different worlds and yet we feel called to build that bridge through our effort and the generous support of “eldest brothers” in this endless quest.
At Edublogs I’ve found a community of such supporters, earning to share and caring for the personal and professional development of each of its members.
Ines Pinto
Christmas 2009
     While trying to be back on line again, I would like to post a photo of my beloved Mother on my blog, and I thought it would be safer here, at the about page, so that her image won’t just “pass away” in the stream of succeding posts.
     I also think it matches reality so much faithfully, as she didn’t just “pass away” in the stream of life neither, but her peaceful and encouraging influence keeps illuminating  the humble path of my daily life.
Mamy when I was born


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2 thoughts on “About

  1. Thank you Alexandra! She was a very sweet person indeed.
    You know, I dared to put a picture of mine (not yet updated) because I saw your such joyful expression in your about page.

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