William Jackson's Posts

“Social Media and Bullying” Keep Children Alive

“Social Media and Bullying” Keep Children Alive by William Jackson, M.Ed. Blogger, Speaker, Educator, Parent @wmjackson The recent suicide deaths of youth, teens and young adults is alarming across the country. Even more disturbing the increase of African American teens that historically do not attempt suicide, but the numbers are ... Read More »

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STEAM – Student Lead Instruction in Higher Education

STEAM – Student Lead Instruction in Higher Education by Prof. William Jackson – Educational Technology, Social Media and STEM #EducationalTechnology “there should never be the thought if we should teach STEAM to students of color, because we cannot afford not to teach students of color and culture how to integrate ... Read More »

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Branding Techniques for HBCU Students

EWC students in Educational Technology must keep a blog active . Branding Techniques for HBCU Students by William Jackson Social Media Visionary for My Quest To Teach Inspired by “Knockout Branding Techniques” Bridget N. Armstrong, Black Enterprise 2009 Competition is tough, the fields of study in higher education need to ... Read More »

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Women of Color and Culture Need To Start Businesses

Women of Color and Culture Need To Start Businesses by William Jackson Social Media Visionary “My Quest To Teach” “Xplosion 2017 A Break Through to a New You” “There has never been a quiet Xplosion – live life!!!” Terri Drummond, Community Activist and Entrepreneur The ability to make significant changes ... Read More »

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Dynamic African Children Stories Are Relevant

Dynamic African  Stories Are Relevant William Jackson, M.Edu. @wmjackson Edward Waters College Based on the presentation of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (Nigerian author) through TED Talks, “The Danger of a Single Story.” African children, each child has a story, a story that defines their lives, a story of diverse emotional and ... Read More »

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African American and African Children Should Be Blogging

African American and African Children Should Be Blogging by William Jackson @wmjackson Educator, Blogger, Community Activist, The inclusion of technology especially the explosion of wireless technologies provide African American and African children a great opportunity to share their voices. No time in human history has the human voice been able ... Read More »

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Tech and Social Media is Influencing Careers for People of Color

Tech and Social Media is Influencing Careers for People of Color  by William Jackson, M.Ed. @wmjackson Twitter For young adults moving into a career takes planning, execution, diligence and sacrifice. Technology can help in building skills that can be applied to a developing Brand and to start a career, creating ... Read More »

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HBCU SWAG Your Marketing and Branding

  Future HBCU Students learning about Branding and Marketing HBCU SWAG Your Marketing and Branding by William Jackson, Prof. Edward Waters College Jacksonville, Florida @wmjackson Twitter “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” William Butler Yeats Students attending HBCUs should be engaged in ... Read More »

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STEAM and Discovering Bridges of Jacksonville

STEAM and Discovering Bridges of Jacksonville by William Jackson, Educator and STEAM Advocate The ability to bring excitement and passion to children is through hands on learning and integrating the use of video in the instructional process. The implementation of hands on learning along with interactive engagement and passion allows ... Read More »

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When You Educate Women You Educate Generations

When You Educate Women You Educate Generations by William Jackson, #MyQuestToTeach STEM and STEAM Advocate The goal of education is not to just educate that specific person, it is a goal to educate generations that come afterwards. Establishing education as a foundation to achieve success can be seen when families ... Read More »

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