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Ernesto Tabajonda

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  • Teacher: Mathematics 

BIO

Ernesto Tabajonda graduated with honors from Philippine Normal University in 2001 with a degree in Secondary Education in Mathematics. He then completed a Master of Arts degree in Teaching in 2006 and completed a Master of Arts degree in Secondary Mathematics Education from the City College of New York in 2012. He will complete his third Master's degree in the area of Instructional Technology from the New York Institute of Technology and certification requirements in Students with Disabilities from CITE / The College of Saint Rose in Spring 2013..


For several years, Ernesto has been honing his craft as a mathematician and pedagogue in the various National Science Foundation grant programs such as the Peer Enabled Restructured Classroom at Hunter College, Science and Technology Entry Program at Fordham University, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at NYIT, and the Physical Computing at Institute for Schools of the Future. He has represented his school and colleagues at the NCTM National Conference in Indianapolis, the National Conference on Differentiated Instruction in Las Vegas, and the My Group Genius in Atlanta. Just recently, he facilitated a session on Common Core Aligned Tasks at the New York City Mathematics Project Annual Conference at Lehman College as well a forum on technology tools for math and science at "Reading Justice II," a symposium targeted towards sharing best practices for ELLs. He was also invited to facilitate a symposium for the laboratory site work for the Common Core math task bundle that they developed in the Fall of 2012 at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York .

Currently, he is the 11th and 12th grade Geometry teacher, technology coordinator and a member of the Lab Site Pilot for the Common Core at International Community High School in the South Bronx. 

EXPERTISE

Common Core Instructional Tasks
Formative Assessment Lessons
Mathematics Education
Instructional Technology
Response to Intervention 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

* Effects of Journal Writing on the Achievement in High School Algebra and Attitude towards Mathematics


* How Journal Writing Influences Student Achievement and Attitudes

* Analysis of Technology Acceptance in Teaching English Language Learners with Web 2.0