Thank you, Karl Fisch
This semester I taught the College's School and Society class to our
preservice teachers. This foundations course acquaints students with the
historical, philosophical, sociological, and political aspects of K-12
education. I took the opportunity in our next-to-last class to talk about
educating elementary and secondary students for their future. In their end-of-course reflections, a
number of my students commented about Karl's
- What impacted me the most throughout the entire semester was the
seven-minute clip we watched last week called Did You Know?
times, and I can not help but be amazed. I have showed it to many of my friends
and everyone gives the same reaction. I keep asking myself as a math teacher,
"How can I best prepare my students for their futures?"
several friends and posted it on both my Facebook and MySpace pages.
I also received a number of comments such as the following:
- After [Scott's December 5 lecture], I got into my friend's car and
couldn't stop raving about the lecture I had just received. It was one of the
best lectures I have ever been to in my college career.
Bottom line: the message about 'School 2.0' resonates with future teachers.
They use technology, they understand the potential. Let's try not to let reality
disappoint them too much as they enter the K-12 workforce?
Thanks, Karl, for a wonderful resource for the rest of us. When
I said we should be making resources that make a difference, this is exactly
the kind of thing I meant.
- Patients from low-income neighborhoods are most at risk of negative health impacts.
It marks a major shift in the government's battle against the opioid crisis.
- It marks the first time a drug company has faced criminal charges for distributing opioids.
The real Game of Thrones might be who best leverages the hit HBO show to shape political narratives.
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