Building African Bloggers and Innovators in 2017 William Jackson, M.Ed. Twitter @wmjackson – #MyQuestToTeach “What should we be doing going forward?” Africans can save Africa: Arnold Ekpe at TEDxEuston There are millions of potential brother and sister bloggers in Africa, diverse people of color and culture, yearning to tell their stories, developing and waiting to […]Read more "Guest Post via @wmjackson: Building African Bloggers and Innovators in 2017"
What I Learned at WordCampUSA in Philadelphia 2016 by William Jackson, M.Ed Instructor: Edward Waters College Jacksonville, Florida #MyQuestToTeach Accompanied by Joshua Rodriguez, junior Biology major Jon Gregory, junior Elementary Education Attending WordCampUSA Philly was a great opportunity to join over 1800 bloggers, developers, programmers, users and even educators. Joining together to learn, share, and […]Read more "Guest Post via @wmjackson: What I Learned at WordCampUSA in Philadelphia 2016"
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Stop Bullying with My Quest To Teach Video via William Jackson email@example.com My Quest To Teach Brownsville Church of Christ Back to School – Preventing Bullying I have been speaking and presenting on the prevention of bullying, cyberbullying, sexting and the inappropriate use of texting for several years. Through the use of incorporating traditional blogging, […]Read more "Guest Post via @wmjackson: Stop Bullying with My Quest To Teach"
Want To Be A Cool Blogger, Then Attend FlBlogCon by William Jackson, M.Ed @wmjackson Daddy Blogger – Social Media Safety and SWAG Blogger Bullying and Cyberbullying Prevention Blogger Mental Health Blogger Community Activist Blogger FlBlogCon – http://flblogcon.gottagetblogging.com/ Blogging allows you to be your own Editor – Publisher – Writer – Content Creator Thought Leader – […]Read more "Guest Post via @wmjackson: Want To Be A Cool Blogger, Then Attend FlBlogCon"
Apply STEM and STEAM to Hurricane Hermine Take the time to talk to your children about weather changes. Children are not like adults, they may not have the language development to share information about how they feel and their fears. Sometimes in all the activity children need to be reassured they are safe and support. […]Read more "Guest Post via @wmjackson: Apply STEM and STEAM to Hurricane Hermine"