Some people say social media sites are good because they can engage with their community, however if kids share too much when engaging with their community, it can become very dangerous. For example if a kid wanted to get to know other kids in their neighborhood, and they tell kids to go to the park or something. Someone could show up who was not invited. It can lead to even more cyber-bulling if someone thinks your cause is unimportant so they make fun of you for it. Whether or not you share to much or to there are always ways that engaging with your community can be
The video is a TED talk written by Dalia Mogahed. It is unquestionably obvious what it mean to be Muslim in America.For someone like who was born in Iran. By the way Iran a country with 90% muslim population and the government that criticizes you if you’re not Muslim. Moreover, I also have a lot of Muslim friends who are compassionate, and accessible to me and to the society. The speaker explains that “ One study found that 80 percent of news coverage about Islam and Muslims are negative”( Mogahed)I didn’t want to be judged by my religion, and I don’t want my Muslim friends to be judged based on their religion. Frequently, I just wish that all of us could be friends with each other.In other words, await to detect that each person in the society
e.) Education/ pg.488: is a group’s formal system of teaching knowledge, values, and skills. This video clearly shows how the three children did in school. They wanted to balance between getting an education and working. In one of the beginning scenes of the video, it showed Zulema in a meeting with her advisor. She was asking her what her future plans were after high school. Zulema knew that her situation may not get better. This is a typical situation where an immigrant child who is a part of a child labor would not be able to finish the grade they are in. Some many make it to high school, but nothing beyond that point. They know their place and would not be able to leave their family to carry on without them. The children in the video
Teachers should be mindful of their actions both in and out of the classroom. In regards to social media, many school districts have guidelines for appropriate usage that should be followed. In addition, teachers should never post confidential material or information that could harm their reputation or their students’ reputation. Teachers must uphold a sense of professionalism and should only provide students access to social media profiles that are directly and solely related to course material. As educators, we should model professionalism at all times, and this includes social media communication.
Paraphrase the key points from Dr. Sam Smith’s introductory video presentation in Blackboard’s Module 1. Reflect on the ideas presented in the video and provide illustrations or examples that are in support or in contradiction to those ideas. Ideas for comparison may come from your own or others’ personal experiences, from books or movies, or from popular culture.
Learning is unique to each individual. Some students learn well in a structured group setting. There are visual, auditory, and hands on learners. Others find it easier to learn with one on one instruction some are capable of teaching themselves like Fredrick Douglas. An ideal educational experience would incorporate the various procedures highlighted in the video “Unschooling: the new class of learning”. These learning methods include those of Dale J. Stephens, a student who started a self-directed school and Arno Stern an educated researcher who “created a space for children to play and paint without restraint, without goal, and without competition”.
Yes, I know what you mean my children do the same thing as well. They are always talking about why do I have to do it and they don’t and after that they always end up saying that’s not fair. Children are very vigilant they notice everything and how everyone is treated differently. The video that professor Mundle posted was very beneficial not only is it good for the teacher to use but as well as the parents. After watching the video, I can explain to my children and future class about fairness I do feel it will be beneficial and the home or class will run
As we all know, Modern Marvels was about the complexities and history of undergarments. The depth of information this episode pours out was exceptionally interesting to me. This educational video mainly explains the process behind sculpting undergarments people wear. Both genders can get something out of this video. As it explains the role of men’s underwear, women’s bras and panties, and socks.
After viewing the videos of Samantha’s preschool inclusion and Peter’s classroom inclusion, I found that there are a few benefits of inclusion for children with special needs and their families. Inclusion classrooms can be very beneficial for children with special needs because it gives them a chance to be around typical developing peers to socialize with and learn from as well. In the video of Samantha’s situation, the typical developing children really enjoyed Samantha because despite her unique challenges, they were still able to play with her and they considered her to be a good friend. Another way inclusion classrooms are beneficial for special needs children is that, teachers of inclusion classrooms work closely with the family and team to develop the appropriate adaptations for children with special needs. When children with special
Pluralism is according to Merriam-webster.com (2015), “a situation in which people of different social classes, religions, races, etc., are together in a society but continue to have their different traditions and interests; the belief that people of different social classes, religions, races, etc., should live together in a society”. In the video lecture Diana Eck- Globalization & Religious Pluralism (2009), Eck discusses how the migration of people has changed the “map” of religion. She goes on to discuss different religious groups and how they are changing religions both here in the United States and globally. Communications are being globalized through books, radios, news, and the Internet. Eck also explained that diversity is not the
For the Mini- Project of Unit 7, my group has filmed a talkshow. I probably love it, but in my opinion, the video it’s too short and we didn’t talk much about descendophobia, a really range phobia of being afraid walking the stairs. Also, I expected that other members will talk more in the video, of course me too.
This was a tremendous first week of learning. I believe what “squares up” with what I already knew is that relationships truly matter and many times educators forget this fact. It appears that many teachers are still operating informationally instead of transformational. In the text on page 14 it states, “Transformational teaching goes beyond the academic into the other great goal of education: socialization. The text, page 30, states, “Teaching with hope includes believing, really believing, in the potential of each and every learner and communicating that belief to the learner.” We have to believe that ALL students can learn at high levels, although high levels may look totally different for students.
The video, "Three Lessons" touched me because I have never thought of death till now. In a good way. It made me want to admire more, and live each day like it's the last, but most importantly, help others succeed and be the best they can ever be. The video touched me emotionally because it made think of the phrase, "Life is a one time offer, use it well." This video also makes me want to help others much more, instead of feeling pity or sorry for them. Next time I see someone who is having a hard time, I'm going to try to make the best of the situation and do as much I can offer, from emotional support to physical support, whatever I am capable of at the moment. All in all, this video inspired me to give back to others as much as I can, live
Teachers are also trying to get students more engaged by including social networks such as Twitter into their classes. Zach Miners, an education writer for US News and World Report, writes about how “a growing number of professors are embracing [Twitter] as a way to introduce students to a different kind of communication” (Miners 534). Professors are trying to get students engaged both inside and outside of the classes, but it is causing one major weakness in students. Using sites such as Twitter in a classroom setting is encouraging interactions over technology versus personal interactions. Students are losing contact with the real world when deciding to engage in the use of their cell phones, Facebook, Twitter, etc. As time goes on, more and more students have a lack of people skills and how to verbally express themselves. David