Removing the Rose-Tinted Glasses

Challenges children face today are similar to the past, but in different formats. For example cyberbullying/bullying and social media pressure/magazines. Is this the responsibility of educators, parents, or policy makers? Do we need to model and teach how to use these devices responsibly and thoughtfully? Are we setting limits because we are having difficulty keeping … Continue reading Removing the Rose-Tinted Glasses

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Change the Curriculum?

This week it was time for Sushmeet and me to debate! We spent almost two weeks preparing for the debate, but lots of our classmates wrote diverse arguments for both sides with perspectives that surpassed my limited lens and subjectivity. So, lets get started! Debate 3: Schools should no longer teach skills that can be … Continue reading Change the Curriculum?

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Mo Tech, Mo Problems?

Debate 1-Tech in the classroom enhances learning It is no secret that I love technology, it permeates my work life, social life, and my hobbies. However, I don’t simply choose my interests based on the technology, the technology supports my interest. Although, sometimes I do! As discussed in class by Sushmeet and Katherine, technology needs … Continue reading Mo Tech, Mo Problems?

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