Teaching Media Literacy In The US – Protection Against False News by William Jackson The admission of Social Media companies providing content space to foreign countries that disseminate fake news or propaganda that is intentional to influence the perceptions of Americans is a reality. Social Media is being manipulated to suit the desires of […]Read more "Guest Post via @wmjackson: Teaching Media Literacy In The US – Protection Against False News"
The Jacksonville Goes to College event was filled with the excitement of students from all walks of life and even grade levels discovering areas of study and potential careers for the future. As in previous year’s recruiters, advisors, instructors, and administrators from over 100 higher educational and vocational institutions put on their best to attract […]Read more "Guest Post via @wmjackson: Jacksonville Goes To College To Prepare for the Future"
Summer reading assignments are a hotly debated topic this time of year, especially when it’s tough to reconcile the workshop model’s foundation of student challenge and choice with something like a required reading program. What’s a teacher to do? It’s a given that students need to read over the summer. When teachers and students have built a […]Read more "Guest Post via @SwinehartJulie: Design Thinking and Choice in Summer Reading"
Taylor and students from Venetia Elementary and Lee High School My Hidden Figures Reflection By: Breyonna Fox, Blogging Intern with My Quest To Teach Jacksonville, Florida My first thought when I finished watching Hidden Figures was, “Wow, they actually did all of those things, like they accomplished their goals.” I thought this was very inspirational, […]Read more "Guest Post via Breyonna Fox, edited by @wmjackson: Hidden Figures"
2017 Reflections for Technological Growth for Parents William Jackson, M.Ed. #MyQuestToTeach @wmjackson As 2017 continues so does the continued infusion, integration, and invasion of technical tools, social platforms, interactive games, and devices. People are building machines, robots, and other mechanisms that actually do something and the think. Apps are being developed, it is becoming […]Read more "Guest Post via @wmjackson: 2017 Reflections for Technological Growth for Parents"
2017 A Time To Blog and Develop Content by William Jackson @wmjackson Digital content creation is prevalent on the web, an increase in blogging, microblogging, podcasting, and other forms of digital media is expanding across the Internet. Content creators are global, generational, and smart. The evolution of technology has opened opportunities for students from K to […]Read more "Guest Post via @wmjackson: 2017 A Time To Blog and Develop Content"
An easel sits in the right-hand corner of our room. It’s always been there. Sometimes I use it, most of the time I don’t. I started to notice something a few days ago. My students have taken over the easel. First, they would write who was sharing during Morning Meeting. Then at the end of […]Read more "Guest post via @briteeyes49: My Students Have Taken Over The Easel!"
The Black Expo of Networking, Knowledge, and Empowerment This blog is independently written by #MyQuestToTeach The information is strictly the opinion of its writer. William Jackson, M.Ed. CVO My Quest To Teach @wmjackson Twitter Contributions are provided by left to right: Elisha Taylor student at Duval County Public Schools and speaker with TEDxFSCJ Salon Young […]Read more "Guest Post via @wmjackson: The Black Expo of Networking, Knowledge, and Empowerment"
EWC Students Recognized Nationally and Globally by William Jackson and Emma Kent Inspired by Jon Gregory, Joshua Rodriguez and Elisha Taylor Students attending EWCs Educational Technology, Social Media and STEM course had the opportunity to attend EdCamps, WordCamps, and other internationally recognized conferences. The ability to blog, post intellectual content, speak and present professional PowerPoint […]Read more "Guest Post via @wmjackson: EWC Students Recognized Nationally and Globally"
Africans Are Developing The Art of Writing and Blogging by William Jackson, M.Ed. @wmjackson #MyQuestToTeach “Educators are activists” WordCampNABSE 2016 As an instructor in the College of Education and Urban Studies at Edward Waters College, the instructional goal is to reach students to make learning relevant, engaging, fun and helping students to apply to life […]Read more "Guest Post via @wmjackson: Africans Are Developing The Art of Writing and Blogging"