William Jackson's Posts

Bring Out the Magic in Girls and Women of Color

Bring Out the Magic in Girls and Women of Color by William Jackson #MyQuestToTeach STEM demonstrates the need for the intellectual development of children of color in Science Technology Engineering Mathematics STEM. There are many kids that love STEM, but they are afraid to show this because of fears of being ... Read More »

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The Hidden Magic In Children of Color

The Hidden Magic In Children of Color and Culture  by William Jackson and Breyonna Fox #MyQuestToTeach Inspired by the movie Hidden Figures and the book by Margot Lee Shetterly How many girls of color are super smart in mathematics, how many want to be engineers, how many girls of color ... Read More »

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What Does Hidden Magic Represent

What Does Hidden Magic Represent by William Jackson and Breyonna Fox #MyQuestToTeach Hidden Figures demonstrates the need for the intellectual development of children of color in Science Technology Engineering Mathematics STEM. There are many kids that love STEM, but they are afraid to show this because of fears of being ... Read More »

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Your Selfies, DP and Taco Picts Can Hurt You

Your Selfies, DP and Taco Picts Can Hurt You by William Jackson, My Quest To Teach @wmjackson The more I speak at conferences, churches and with youth groups the more I see that information needs to be shared with parents and their children. Too many parents are clueless that their ... Read More »

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EdCamp – An Adventure for HBCUs

EdCamp – An Adventure for HBCUs by Professor William Jackson Edward Waters College EdCamp St. Augustine The exposure to the collaboration with educators with years of experience is important for new educators and pre-service educators that attend HBCUs choosing a career in education. Becoming a teacher is not an easy ... Read More »

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Bring EdCamps To Africa To Build Collaboration and Connectedness

Bring EdCamps To Africa To Build Collaboration and Connectedness by Professor William Jackson – Edward Waters College Kiswahili [another term for Swahili] the proverb “Asiyefunzwa na mamae hufunzwa na ulimwengu,” shares the responsibility of the community (village), or town or city to raise/educate children. The exposure to educational strategies, concepts, ... Read More »

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EdCamp St. Augustine What An Adventure in Learning

EdCamp St. Augustine What An Adventure in Learning by Elisha Taylor and William Jackson Jacksonville, Florida Welcome from William and Elisha https://youtu.be/hYl1-q6tP6w The exposure to diverse technologies, the collaboration with educators with years of experience is important for new educators and pre-service educators choosing a career in education. Diversity builds ... Read More »

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Teaching Our Youth To Be Cautious On Social Media

Teaching Our Youth To Be Cautious On Social Media by William Jackson speaking at The Bridge of Northeast Florida Recent deaths by suicide on Social Media, the use of drugs and alcohol as glamorous and exciting, sexual exploitation, Sexting, Cyberbullying, threats, intimidation and the use of Social Media to make ... Read More »

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A Girls Journey Into Social Media

A Girls Journey Into Social Media by William Jackson and Breyonna Fox  (Intern for My Quest To Teach) My Quest to Teach Journey Into Womanhood a wonderful collaboration of young ladies from elementary age to high school held a workshop  dedicated to teaching about Social Media safety and responsibility, the ... Read More »

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HBCU Bloggers and Content Creators Should Have Authority in 2017

HBCU Bloggers and Content Creators Should Have Authority in 2017 by Prof. William Jackson Edward Waters College Twitter: @wmjackson Use your Social Media platforms and tools to: 1. Be conversational The range of online applications are as flexible as the type of devices that are available. Conversation is the foundation ... Read More »

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