Two EdTechies in one Zoom

Tune in to hear Fonz Mendoza interview Dr. Roland Rios on his career in education as a teacher, principal, Director of Technology, and where he is today. Fonz and Dr. Rios will be discussing communication struggles in schools and Dr. Rios will be sharing his hopes and recommendations for the future. On behalf of the Edlio team, we apologize in advance for any dad jokes—it was a live recording.

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About Fonz Mendoza M.Ed: 

Fonz Mendoza is an Instructional Technologist from South Texas. He’s hosted over 123 podcast episodes of My EdTech Life. His mission is to give educators and creators a platform to share their knowledge, pain, and everyday passion for EdTech. He has a Masters in Educational Technology along with a graduate certificate in E-Learning and a graduate certificate in Technology Leadership in Education.

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About Dr. Rios: 
Dr. Roland Rios currently serves as the Edlio Brand Advocate. Prior to joining the Edlio family, Dr. Rios served as Director of Technology for the Ft. Sam Houston Independent School District. During his 30-year career in education, was a math teacher, high school assistant principal, and middle and high school principal. He also served on the TCEA Board for ten years. In 2012, he was named the “TCEA Technology Administrator of the Year” for Texas. When not enjoying time with his family, Dr. Rios enjoys performing community service, taking photos, and playing the guitar and ukulele really badly.
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