William Jackson's Posts

WordCamp – Embracing Cultural Diversity in the Tech World

WordCamp – Embracing Cultural Diversity in the Tech World William Jackson, WordCamp Speaker and Participant Twitter @wmjackson – Social Media Activist My Quest To Teach – #MyQuestToTeach #MyBlogsAreDope #BlackBloggersMatter WordCamp encourages and engages users, developers, coders, content managers and digital innovators to share information that may not resonate or apply ... Rea...

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Jacksonville Goes To College To Prepare for the Future

Jacksonville Goes To College To Prepare for the Future 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 ... Read More »

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The Vision of Vision Keepers and New Town Success Zone

The Vision of Vision Keepers and New Town Success Zone William Jackson – Community Activist, Educator Social Media Visionary The vision of “Vision Keepers” is spreading throughout the communities of Jacksonville, Florida. People of color and culture are beginning to understand that in order to create change, individuals must be ... Read More »

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Take-Aways from Edcamp Tampa Bay 2017

Take-Aways from Edcamp Tampa Bay 2017 William Jackson, EdCamp Participant, Organizer and Advocate #MyQuestToTeach #EdCampDuval in 2018 EdCamps are wonderful opportunities for educators of all backgrounds, years of experience and even national or global location. Sharing best practices, classroom management strategies, how to build student and teacher relationships, reinforcing rituals ... Read Mor...

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Writing and Storytelling for Africans

  Writing and Storytelling for Africans by William Jackson, M.Ed. @wmjackson Twitter Speaker at WordCamp DC, WordCamp Jacksonville, WordCamp Wilmington N.C. “Writers have to recognize the works of the artist and those of the activist. Creating content is more than just throwing words, video, pictures on a digital sheet of ... Read More »

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George Maxey of New Town Success Zone Participates in TEDxFSCJ

George Maxey of New Town Success Zone Participates in TEDxFSCJ by William Jackson, My Quest To Teach #MyQuestToTeach George Maxey, Executive Director of New Town Success Zone,  Lashontah Holiday, Project Coordinator/Data Analysis Manager and William Jackson, Educator, Community Activist, Social Media Visionary with My Quest To Teach attended the TEDxFSCJ ... Read More »

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21 Take Aways from Vision Keepers Economic Growth

  21 Take Away’s from Vision Keepers Economic Growth Sub Committee by William Jackson, Volunteer and Community Activist #MyQuestToTeach Economic development involves fulfilling your dreams through education and networking. You cannot allow fear and other peoples expectations to dictate your journey. If you are serious about your success act on ... Read More »

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Readers Theater performs Stetson Kennedy Legacy “Slave Narratives”

  Readers Theater performs Stetson Kennedy Legacy “Slave Narratives” Readers Theater performs at the Ritz Theater The African Village Celebration 2017 The Stetson Kennedy Legacy “The Slave Narratives and Folklore.” The cast consists of Ari Turner, Rahman Johnson,Tangela Floyd(Director), Aida Correa,Jereme Raickett, William Jackson (Social Media and Technology). Their p...

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Blogging Concepts for HBCU Students to Reflect

Blogging Concepts for HBCU Students to Reflect William Jackson, M.Ed. HBCU Alumni – South Carolina State University HBCU Instructor – Edward Waters College Social Media Visionary for #MyQuestToTeach Share your voice, share your story, let the world hear you. Why Do You Blog – bloggers must have a reason to ... Read More »

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STEM and its Influence in Africa Students

STEM and its Influence in Africa Students by William Jackson STEM/STEAM Advocate Twitter @wmjackson As more students become interested in dynamic careers that require skills that apply Science Technology Engineering and Math African nations have begun to accept the growing STEM educational opportunities that men and women are providing in ... Read More »

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