21 Reasons Your Content Should Be Great After FlBlogCon William Jackson #MyQuestToTeach FlBlogCon Education Speaker 2014 Being great on Social Media is not a thing of chance, it is the ability to be comfortable in your digital life as a content creator, digital innovator, thought leader, graphic artist, […]
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Authors Should Understand the Value of Their Brands by William Jackson, My Quest to Teach and Regina Edwards, Authors Roundtable The Jacksonville Public Library’s “Authors Roundtable” meets monthly at the Highlands Branch of the Jacksonville Public Library. William Jackson of My Quest to Teach presented the use of Social Media platforms and tools to […]
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Advocating for Kids Camp at WordCamp Calgary, Canada by William Jackson, #MyQuestToTeach WordCamp Speaker, Volunteer, Advocate, Blogger, Organizer WordCamp Calgary was surrounded by mountains that take your breath away. The scenery could not properly be captured in photos or video to truly display the splendor and magnificence of natural formations reaching thousands of feet into […]
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WordCamp Jacksonville An International Conference of Technology and Diversity by William Jackson #MyQuestToTeach WordCamp Jacksonville was well-attended by participants and speakers as far away as Nigeria, Miami, Georgia, and several Midwestern states. The excitement of sharing the growth of web development, digital platforms, and tools directly related to content creation and web development shows […]
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Hi, my name is Lisa and I am an Edtech ambassador. Reason 1. I LOVE the resource. I use it. Often. That’s why I was chosen. Whatever the edtech tool or resource, it is a part of my classroom toolbox. It works for me and my students. It’s a tool that helps me, help my students. If […]
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21 Reasons African Digital Innovation Can Build Dopeness William Jackson #MyQuestToTeach Sponsor of WordCamp Nairobi Kenya 2017 The recent WordCamp Nairobi and other tech venues that are hosting technology conferences, workshops, meetups and supporting entrepreneurs and I-trepreneurs are growing in Africa. Tech is becoming commonplace. Being dope on Social Media is not a cultural thing, […]
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Father and Son Attending and Speaking at International WordCamps William Jackson, educator, blogger and community activist Sean Jackson, graduate students Florida State University @wmjackson – Twitter Growing numbers of public school educators, higher education instructors, and private school educators who are engaged in writing/blogging and building dynamic content have turned to the WordPress platform to […]
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The title says it all!!! One of my main priorities as an instructional coach is to develop capacity in teachers and therefore impact student learning. As I reflect (and I do that a lot) on this school year as it gets closer and closer to ending, I can’t help but be proud of the work […]
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Well, it’s not quite the end of the year but June will be here before we can blink!!! I’ve been in lots of classrooms and can still feel the excitement that teachers and students have in using the #digitalresources. I’ve been working with some 5th-grade students with Sphero (https://twitter.com/SpheroEdu). They are teaching me!!! All […]
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Last Thursday, we celebrated #NCDLDAY at Lake Rim (follow us on twitter Lake Rim). My expectations were high because I had spent most of the year sharing and presenting and learning about digital resources with teachers. This was a district effort and a school effort. Without trying to pressure teachers, I asked them what they were […]
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