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Wesley Fryer contributed to this article. On November 13, 2015, Tagged With: forum, writing, portfolio, wordpress, wordpress, wordpress, wordpress, wordpress, wordpress, wordpress, wordpress, wordpress, wordpress, wordpress, wordpress, I met Andrea Hernandez (@edtechworkshop), an educator at the Martin J. Gottlieb Day School in Jacksonville, Florida, this week at the 2015 Miami Device Conference. Andrea is at the forefront of her school’s use of WordPress blogs as “Blogfolios” for all students. It’s the sixth year of their Blogfolios project! Her post “Blogfolios Framework” includes a fantastic infographic that explains the blogging standards at her school. Two more infographics on the “why” of Blogfolios and the components of a schoolwide blogging implementation can be found in her article “Blogfolios Overview.” On this classroom and student blogging project, Sylvia Tolisano (@langwitches) has collaborated extensively with Andrea and the teachers at her school. I adore the work they’ve done together and continue to do! Their work is philosophically compatible with the advocacy I discussed at Miami Device yesterday in my talk, “Newton’s Laws of Classroom Blogging,” as well as the OklaEd Learning Showcase blog.
Take that extra step to put YOUR response into words and enter the conversation to answer WHERE is the authentic audience? If you’ve never posted on a blog post before but her words resonate with you, take that extra step to put YOUR response into words and join the conversation to answer WHERE is the authentic audience?
“Authentic audience” is one of these words that is beginning to feel like a buzzword to me. You’ve seen it before. I’ve made my point. Students used to hand in assignments to the teacher, who had a one-on-one audience. All of that has changed, thanks to blogs, wikis, and other resources. Now our students can share their work with “an authentic global audience,” as I put it. Is that true?
There is no question that students’ work must be genuine, and that writing for the purpose of real communication is extremely motivating. Take, for example, blogging. Bloggers use words to express themselves, exchange information, and flesh out ideas. Even if contact is one-way, learning will take place. However, without input and discussion, blogging is essentially the same as keeping a journal. How is blogging different from a “audience of one” if only the teacher reads and comments?
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According to a lawyer representing a group of women imprisoned at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin, California, sheriff’s deputies continue to deprive prisoners of sleep in Alameda County jails.
Judge James Donato of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York ordered jail administrators to change the nighttime routine to allow inmates to get more sleep by eliminating late-night pill calls and serving breakfast as early as 4:00 a.m. After 11 p.m., janitors no longer clean or perform maintenance.
“All of the amendments I made in the injunction were accepted by the county. I haven’t seen any hint that they’ll go back to their pre-injunction ways. What more is there to say now that victory has been won?” Donato was the one who inquired.
“Some of the deputies need the prisoners to wake up to show they are alive because of the noise, the knocking, and the continued behavior. She told Donato, “That’s where we have extra sleep disturbance.”
Tikisha Upshaw, Tyreka Stewart, and Andrea Hernandez, three imprisoned women, sued Alameda County, the sheriff’s department, Sheriff Greg Ahern, and a number of officers in 2018. All are pretrial detainees who complain that sleep deprivation is causing them physical and mental damage, which Donato admitted in his injunction.