3 Burst results for "Jonathan Rogers"
"jonathan rogers" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast
"Seven the entire window would shake side to side a little bit when you entered an incorrect password. And i use that as a silly example of what not going native does and so The good news is the shake is back. The bad news is it's not the whole window. It's just a little password. Entry field pot. Nevertheless small victories my friends and And actually somebody. I think was christian sally of apollo Reddit client fame Challenged avon the fact that it wasn't a whole window and there was a reasonable justification for that that was not technical just in in short they thought it was less I guess less allowed for lack of a better word to do. Just the input field but anyway progress is being made which is good. I haven't done any testing with some of my other complaints yet. But i can tell you i did see the little shake earlier. Which made me happy. Does this count as you being served. No i don't think so. Well served in the sense that i have requested something. And it has been served to me. You know sticking more of like dance contest meeting of. I don't think so. I don't think so. You certainly got better responsiveness than you get from filing feedbacks with apple. That's very true. I think that's incorrect statement. I got a response yet. That's yourself that is That is table stakes for most people. And i did get a timely response and yeah i i. If it's the the communication pyramid we've talked about an analog right so first level is i got a response. The second level was it was timely. Third level was. It was actually slightly relevant to what i was trying to say. And what am i. The fourth level now fourth level was actually did what i wanted to do. So this is like a pure freakin victory for me. And i would like to point out that. I have filed to feedbacks the summer. Both of them in early. June and neither of them so business as usual. Same as it ever was. I moved right along home kit camera. Tv picture in picture can be enabled or disabled per camera. Which one of you is this. Marco complaining about this asking whether it was it was a thing i was saying of. There'd be annoying if it happened to me and is that a thing you can turn off. This is the john was saying. It was an anti feature to have your like your home kit camera. Alert you on your tv if you couldn't turn it off because it's john is very protective of tv watching time. Nobody wants that. You're watching the show and all of a sudden another picture of blue on top of it. I absolutely would like to know that if somebody's at my front door you kidding i would too because i do so through through to flu construction We don't have a doorbell and we haven't had for like ten years. We do have a dog and so we always joke. That hobbes's job is to be our doorbell. The problem and he's very good at it. The problem is that he's only working for a certain part of the day and then he's off for the night he stopped. He's usually his shift ends around like eight or nine o'clock at night so if somebody who comes to the door and knocks. We don't necessarily know if we can't hear knock like we're in another room a far away from the door and hops off for the night like that's it so something like this would actually be useful. I can't think of a time when i'm watching. Tv where. I wouldn't want to know if somebody was at the door. Well i was thinking more of like busy word had security cameras like someone walks by your house and trips owning your motion lights. I don't wanna little square popping up on the show that i'm watching our camera philosophy here and i said this last week but just to to reiterate a very important part my camera philosophy when you're walking past my house like on the public sidewalk. I don't want you to be able to see a camera. I don't want any sign that i have cameras. You shouldn't even know that. I have cameras until you are somewhere. You really shouldn't be then. I want my cameras to make themselves known in some way but nothing is looking at the public sidewalk at the public street. So that wouldn't be an issue unless somebody was like under my house doing weird things in which case i do wanna know about it. That's fair so anyway Pankaj group pony rights activity. Notifications are turned off by default on apple. Tv what they showed in the keynote was doorbell. Notification which is turned on by default and has actually come in handy when you have a movie night and you get delivery for example additionally jonathan rogers writes the doorbell actually rings my home pods and can identify faces using people have in the photos app. That's very cool. I dig that. Yeah wonder like announces that in so is at the door based on facial recognition. That's a good apple integration of tech and announcing it through the home pods as opposed to like. I don't know the little.
"jonathan rogers" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast
"Feature of yousef flipboard in classroom. Think my favorite feature is going back to a place where they can look back on. Their stories can really evaluate their reading habits. And i love the button. I want to get through. I think this will probably answer your question. A little bit more is adding the chrome with a button beginning renewables school and they can add it and then they can go to any on the internet and that they find a resource they find a research finance. They hidden that little button. They can add it right to magazine collected there. I know the. Ap research teachers love that feature as students are electing resources promote the internet. I worked at some other stuff. And i think what board in the put the button is the best place to collect a bunch of stuff and do a magazine and be able to create a link and use it in your writing and source material. And i think average teaching to think about their sources one of the best way to teach that is like. What are you and your writing. So as an educator. What skill do you want to see. Most with gusty. Leave your class. I think i always pull back on. A the university of hawkeye go hog journalism. Professor told me a long time ago. I'm one lesson plan and teachers and report it. And i'm like so great but it's simple buys everything. I love that. I have a giant painting of it on my wall in my classroom but teachers reported. I've always said that. I want to teach students how to be great trading or border and when they leave the they feel like they are writers. They are publisher. They are ready to the highschool journalists journalists. And i want them to. Never make that designation that way and the other big thing. I picked up this year that i've taken on. Our job is featuring students it's not to say. Oh you're this level your permission. You're not professional whatever. I really want them to leave the classroom thinking and saying that. Hey i am a writer. I am an academic i can. I am valuable my community. I never won. I have left classroom where i feel like have made me feel like hey. You're not the greatest student. You're not really able to contribute in a way to the academic environment. And i think the other thing about that. I think a lot of students lead and badly. I'll admit i think of love my class thinking that i'm not an academic. I'm not a writer. I'm not able to contribute. In the academic setting and i teach them real ability language arts classes and especially for those struggling students. That is really important that we can teach them. You can be a writer you can be a really good writer you can add or community and the you can contribute in a way that important and no matter what you're gonna do and one thing that my journalism cockatoos. They don't algo hardly going to be journalists. They're going to be good doctors or teachers or other things like that. In one of my favorite matt there was a nurse who now rendering blog on the side so that they can use journalism writing skills. No matter what is. I think is really cool on what you do. I had a chance to go through your flip boards. And i saw that you had dr martin luther king up and you asking students just different questions. This is a very simple question about ends. Main objects thoroughly impressed. I was years ago when we met. Just thank you for doing what you doing with your students. And i will say that i won't tell one more story about diversity and martin luther king today we had a critique about five years ago and they were like hey are there only to be. Are there only white. So we're like oh no you mainly have pictures. The white people it seems like your staff is in the birth may be that was hard and and a us to realize that and i think it's really important we've got holy went out and a major stabbed. The made sure that we're telling stories about our community. Represent all students and i will say that then one of the most empowering gray changes the microgram and i know a lot of schools right now or having a hard questions about hey. There may be a little implicit bias. In what i'm doing. There's some kind of a racial issue going on. I'll admit to micrograms five or six years ago. Had that and me going through that training and being that has been an amazing positive change and and what we're doing. So i just want to like martin luther king de time for us to take a look and make them positive changes and i wanted to share that little story. How think in the by training and all this other stuff going on and using a diversity like martin luther king junior magazine or some other stuff like that and get more. Diverse kirkland is another small thing that can make a huge different that there was a magazine and it was funny. Because i saw the magazine from five years ago there was an african american lady on the front cover. I think they were. I was a little hawk. That's that magazine as you guys curing. And so i was like okay sewage. Which i'll do it over in iowa. The no matter where you are. It's definitely important to bring all the have those conversations and i love that i hope more schools. I know our school. It's been great about encouraging us from the tough conversations moving forward and we do that and hopefully a journalism and teaching all about. Hopefully you tell the stories and read the stories and have a community conversation so we keep moving towards the more perfect union and our constitution. And we're all working. Towards whenever the thing is john is that we're all americans and over here in america and even more than that we're all human beings and so we all have thoughts and feelings and we care about things and we know. Why can't we get along if we're here together. That's really what i have to say to anybody. You can disagree. We can disagree all day long. I personally don't think i will have football players personally. Fired up all over. You know how many pop quiz williams players are playing from iowa. Going into next week i will say that. Hayden fry from texas brought real football. The i didn't take it. Did take them from sexes to bring us a true football up to our data and even iowa state with won't talk cyclists joking about iowa. I really i'd like to state. I'd have to drive through there from time to time. So i really just appreciate the fact that we can joke about it and not be any hard feelings and i just wish that the people who lived in america would go back to that. I want to say one thing on that. When i teach buyer is the that way to do you have lsu by or you have a football by and it's really funny and it seemed like we all can joke about football biases in a much easier conversation than for some reason it is popular the the political divide super emotional and divided right now. So it's nice that. I hope that we can get back to more joking about our differences and finding those middle ground. 'cause i do think that of that competitive sport hopefully and our debate and hopefully it would have can bribe and make it better. People should manage it and we only gone for. We're only going for the person who is going to help us all become better. That's the way i see when i vote. My man didn't win. Okay artichoke or my man want. Hopefully the person who voted was the person who's gonna look out for everybody and not divide people and that's not a good thing but let me not get political. These days i dated for thirty two episodes. I will tell you on that. I think a lot of people. Don't teach media literacy and news and flipboard because they're afraid of the politics and i want to say that i hope you check out some of my resources there like a allowing talk about what's happening in our country the bike history-making things have happened in his past year. Manny's these past twenty and twenty one has been one for the ages listed say that. Hey john.
"jonathan rogers" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast
"At iowa city high school where he is a form of journalism teacher of year in iowa jonathan speech nationally at education and technology conferences and if it contributing writer for media shifts j. e. a digital media dot org an english in texas journal plus he has blogs on medium about education and this episode. We discussed the ordinance of students become critical thinkers and managers of the all social media accounts as well as the relevance of media literacy. Jonathan also shares his insights on multiculturalism in the media and the importance of cultural diversity. So like we always do about this time. Let's collaborate communicate and educate with the best educators in the world. Right here on flipboard be new podcast. Welcome back flipboard. Fam- this is. Your favorite coats costs. Jeffrey and i'm here with another amazing guests. Mr jonathan rogers. Welcome to the show. Thanks for having me on william qena waiting to be here with all the clipboard for sure john. Tell us little bit about yourself. Yeah. i'm a high school journal nature. I've been doing it for about fifteen years before that. I was a reporter or an environmental and it's been great. I've been really enjoyed. I wasn't sure. How long do this game. But i'll tell you what. I love working with high school kids. I love running a high school publication. We do a newspaper. We do a morning show and we can. And that's what i do here. And i sitting do a great job at it too admirers when we met back in those flipboard function so as a journalism teacher. How has your teaching style change during the pandemic but we'd had here about half hybrid half fully online so we've been trying to figure regular schedule by it and i try not only turn in one thing a week on google diamond on our campus. Big problem that we've had with my students. I think when looking back at it and thinking about this question things get complicated with all the different assignments nunes turn and all the different programs all the dipper windows. They gotta keep open. The eye of really changed. Even trump apply what they have to do me even more. Here's your one thing. This is what you're doing tweet. All you gotta do for me and then on that. I may have some more resources for them. I'll some other things that help them. Keep it simple on what they have to turn him but give them even more help to one thing. Because i'm sure. I'm not the only one but so many kids are just so long then. I'm not turning in my work and i got all this other stuff going on. I got an eighty seven assignments. Turn in online and they're crying anything to avoid the crying and to make it easy for them as they can get ahead with the struggle about this year shirt for sure. You have a unique job with teaching journalism now. More than ever fake news as more thing. So how do you teach your students in journalism. How to combat like fake news. Yeah i'm passionate about media literacy one of our foundational things and what. I talk about conferences. He reported i try and train figures. I try and train cup minded kids that hey and beijing tonight rocketdyne paid. Don't believe what the internet telling you re a couple sources. We have one of our great generals in the military one of the greatest things we can do to defend our country right now is to have students and all people just we need variety of sources like and big about her. Hey do i do. I believe it or not. Believe it. But i don't i don't care where you read. You knew you can read conservative news liberal news but you need to know that conservative outlet and you need to know that the liberal outlet and that way that can help you be better critical thinker. When you're getting your truth and you're finding out what's going on because Simple but complex the things we can do to be critical thinkers and find the truth on the internet. Isn't that complicated. But the internet as we all know very complicated right now and there's a lot of different media and that's my other big thing. The word media like media is all right now so one of my first lessons. I love to teach them that. Hey if publish on social media the media is anyone who publishes to a wide audience so you are now part of the media. Let's look at what you're publishing look and other people are publishing so that we can dive into that way and you know what he asked me like. Do you buy this. And when i set it up that way i have never had a problem. Knock on wood. I think telling people like. I don't have a conservative or a liberal agenda might agenda train good thinking critical thinking beings student savvy of all the new media that were part of usetim awful right there so i haven't had to bus my and take some notes. Okay so i. I never thought about the fact that when you post the social media you are part of the media never thought about that one time when you really cool look at the user agreement like mueller publishing companies as much. They don't to but they put that on up so they don't have the responsibility because we are the publisher. We are doing that though. It's our responsibility when we're doing that out there. And i think we look at it in a lot of the series. Sometimes you need the freshmen in highschool a little bit different story freshman buy go look at their media pete on there like there's always feel like oh my gosh i've brandon my moron. What have i done so it's really interesting to look at that. And on the clipboard side. It's really great resource. When they they have to save all their stories in there and look at them and be like. Hey what sources of my reading. Should i really believe. Should i breathe. The mothers of maybe not great. But i'm just reading the amount and notice that tiktok those other aggregate companies that when you like something sands more of the same stuff that you like so before you know it you have subscribed to maybe all liberal point of view or maybe all conservative point of view and now because the math algorithms are mathematics. There's very little critical thinking it has to go off algorithm the that bubbles we get inside of all of that by important flipboard. Utah side the even google news. Pretty great if you use click on a headline in jump in there and see a couple different and have some scholars and some other people. And i'm getting into. I'm like there's something more that we need to do beyond you'll new there beyond a couple of different sources on border a couple of different sources and they're like we can people to do that then we're going to be winning a lot more of the misinformation war that we're losing right now and i think we are losing it and i think that's something we need to be honest with teachers about when i've got into the definitely been people that are like hey there's nothing we can do the them permission to win. And it ended heartening for me. Misinformation has won this year. It's flab and i think we as teachers need to realize that that we can we'll get in a fight that we can with combating easy to his and the really critical and hopefully be part and realize that we are in battle for misinformation. I heard a guy on the sunday. Talk shows thing. The new war are emotional. Truth and truth on the internet. I don't wanna get through dramatic here but calling it like this is how countries are fighting wars and like russia and china and all. The people are like trying to battle a man. Now okay. we're not even gonna go to the next question. Because dan is very deep it is and you know what this whole thing that happened at the capitol. One of my things as educator. I'm thinking to myself. Where have we failed these people that they are not thinking critically in the moment which they're breaking the law regardless of how you feel about him but unfortunately they didn't think everything through when they were breaking the glasses and doing those states that critical thinking that happens like where do we get to the point. And then if you're a foreign country and you see that you can control the masses through man not even through god's.