First Post on my First Blog
First post on my first blog. Here begins an adventure that I had been wanting to start for a long time (years).
Who am I?
Since 2018 I have been teaching Physics and Chemistry at IES Ría San Martín de Cantabria (Spain). My previous experience includes mainly research and teaching at the University of Cantabria, in particular in the branch of Physical Optics. You can learn more about me here.
Why this blog?
My main intention with this website is to provide 📚 Physics and Chemistry notes to my students and to anyone else who might be interested, as well as sharing 👐🏼
I think that a blog is the perfect addition to be able to debate about news with a much more dynamic content.
What am I going to talk about on this blog?
In this blog you will find opinion articles, curiosities about science in general and posts related to my interests, which include, among others:
- ✈️ Travel
- 🎸 Music
- 🎮 Video games
- ⚛️ Photons
Who is this blog for?
The posts in this blog are aimed at my students and anyone else who is curious about science and/or shares any of my interests.
How can you get involved?
In the lower left corner you can see this icon . The number indicates how many people are browsing the web at the moment and by clicking on it you can start writing in a group chat after logging in (Google, Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn).
In all the blog posts as well as in the 📚 notes you can give me kudos. There are likes and then there are kudos. This word, from the Greek κῦδος, means fame, glory or prestige. By giving me kudos you are acknowledging and praising my effort, encouraging me to continue preparing quality materials.
You can also share all the blog posts and 📚 notes on your favorite social networks.
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In the lower right corner you can see this icon . By clicking on it you can start a live chat with me after entering your name (the email is optional, only if you want me to be able to contact you in case we don’t coincide in the chat).
I hope you enjoy this space and that it’s useful to you. Feel free to join in whenever you like. We are in touch, my friend.