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An accomplished writer, even at her relatively young age, Sydney attacks the notion that students are in some way responsible for the shooters that have terrorized their classmates. It’s a timely message for sure, and something that all teaching candidates will need to think about as we approach a new way of looking at both students and teachers. Sydney’s article was originally published on the Drew Acorn, the official student newspaper at the university. #amplify #talk2teachers
We are living in a time when virtually any piece of information can be researched. We no longer need to memorize facts and figures the way we once did. Still, our curriculum seem to harp on texts, characters, and plot. Nowadays, because information is literally at our fingertips, what becomes important is processing that information, manipulating that information for an intended purpose, and using it to make informed decisions for a better world.