Transcript: CHALKBOARD REVOLUTIONIZING EDUCATION The chalkboard or blackboard was invennted in the 1800s and it was made out a wooden slate painted whith grey slate stone. the chalkboard became a useful tool for teachers to teach students. the
Transcript: A Digital Classroom - ask & answer questions - post notes - connect to teachers & students - mentor system - keyword search - supports all photo, video, audio, & text formats - similarity to libraries - better than CU Learn - freeform academic database - academic only search engine - academic social interaction - giant archive Information Technology Aesthetics Why? Features - educational collaboration is fragmented - allows learning from anywhere - enables teachers to determine understanding - narrows searches to educationally relevant material - more reliable than wikis Potential Chalkboard - search at top - profile allows personalization by classes & interests - visual ratings - recommendation & subscriptions - "pretty" organized archival system - chat option - automated moderation system - as more students & teachers add information the greater the resource - free exchange of ideas - change the education system - self re-enforcing wiki - eventually develop its own brain
Transcript: execution user voice Creativity experimentation Business Value idea generation monetization iPipe funding & PoCs prioritization projects Diversity is important Challenge the Status Quo Questions are valued as much as answers A good idea is not always instantly recognisable No-one has a monopoly on Innovation Innovation is a process Passion and Perseverance is key We will fail - but let's fail intelligently, and quickly Innovation Guiding Principles
Transcript: ELCA Affiliation Church Council All powers to fulfill the purpose are vested in the congregation which may delegate to the elected Church Council. These powers are exercised in a congregation meeting. Consists of the pastor and seven members of the congregation who are elected during a congregational meeting. Provides oversight of life and activities of the congregation. An inter-dependent part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA). Accepting the Lutheran Confession of Faith How we are organized through our constitution Powers of the Congregation A document created and adopted by the congregation in 2007, it governs how we operate to bear witness to God's creative, redeeming and sanctifying activity in the world. Purpose of the Constitution Rejoice Lutheran Church
Transcript: ~What was her childhood like? Answer: Noisy. She was the oldest of 3 daughter, and the oldest of 23 grandchildren on her mother's side. Thanks for watching! Questions! By Rachel and Hadassah One of the books she wrote is called Esperanza Rising. Down below is the book trailer. ~ When was she born? Answer: December 2, 1951 Pam Munoz Ryan Who is Pam Munoz Ryan? ~ Where did she grow up? Answer: Bakersfield California ~ Where did she go so much when she was little? Answer: In 5th grade, she went with a friend of hers to the library every Tuesday. She would come home with many books, and spent most of her time reading them. Pam Munoz Ryan is an American author for young adults and children. She was born in Bakersfield California on December 2, 1951. She has a family of 6, including her, and is the oldest. ~What is her nationality? Her father's side is originally from Oklahoma and her mother's side from Mexico.
Transcript: - Vocabulary Selection and Use of Instructional Materials Slate (noun) -A fine -grained gray,green or bluish metamorphic rock that is easily split into a flat pieces. -A flat piece of rock used for writing on, typically framed in wood,formerly used in school. Clay Tablet -The main writing material used by the scribes of early civilazations. Signs were impressed or inscribed on the soft clay, which was then dried in the sun. CHALKBOARD CHARTS REALIA By: Hazel O. Bobis
Transcript: Why Schools Don't Educate by John Taylor Gatto 1.) "The children I teach are ahistorical; they have no sense of how the past has predestined their own present, limiting their choices,shaping their values and lives." Does school/education matter? John Taylor Gatto is an American school teacher who has taught in New York public schools for 25 years and he outlines the impact television and schools have on children According to John he believes the present control of children life are television and schools. Is this true? John's theory is that both television and schooling reduce the real world of wisdom, fortitude, temperance & justice. Do you agree with this statement? HW due Via BlackBoard Connection to Previous Text: Who is black, My sister Keeper (The Video) Connections to Video: The video is brief, it explains how students aren't all to blame for the academic decline. In reality many factors play into the schooling system and the way students learn. Example is school condition, which is explain in the first few minutes of the video. REFLECTIONS In my opinion, I agree with John's points but disagree with the title " Why Schools Don't Educate". I think it depends on the school itself or the individual. There are some schools that have higher standards, levels of curriculum or requirements. However there are some schools that have less standards, which would of course result in not educating. It's either some schools take education serious and educate or some don't. Not only is the school to blame a 100% but it can also be the individual. In our generation (some not all) doesn't take full advantage of education. Its basically a win/win situation, either the school is serious about education or you as the student isn't serious. 13 As a teacher, John had his own perspectives on the effects that schools and television have on children. 2.)"The children I teach are cruel to each other, they lack compassion for misfortune, they laugh at weakness, they have contempt for people whose need for help shows too plainly." Which is it, either the schools are not educating or the students are uninterested in learning? 3.) " The children I teach are materialistic, following the lead of schoolteachers who materialistically "grade" everything-& television mentors who offers everything in the world for sale." ANY THOUGHTS OR OPINIONS FROM ANY OF THESE POINTS? I believe that the article, Why Schools Don't Educate should be renamed to Students Need Better Priorities. John Taylor expresses his opinion in the article about television and schooling in a broad or opinionated manner. I believe that the way to tell if schooling educates a student is based on more then television and grades. Environments and home factors affect the way a child learns and the manner. Also some children have no motivation to learn; they find school as a punishment and everything they learn is unless. According to John, students are prepped and put on schedule based on his statics. He puts to much into the way students act and what they do; instead of focusing on what has the students attention at the time. Say school doesn't educate students is like saying maturity goes make a person appearance alter.
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