- — Heath Buckmaster (@buckmasterflash)Thu, Sep 25 2014 17:03:01#NewsHourChats: High School should focus on career prep (regardless of type of college), social skills, basic US+World History.
- — Anthony Cody (@AnthonyCody)Thu, Sep 25 2014 17:08:38
- — Michael S Roth (@mroth78)Thu, Sep 25 2014 17:03:36Q1:HS should develop broad capacity to learn and communicate to students essential aspects of society, sciences, culture #newshourchats
- — Bethany Waggoner (@MsSwaggner)Thu, Sep 25 2014 17:09:45Q1: Every student in the U.S. should learn how to learn during H.S. — not simply memorize information a standardized test #newshourchats
- — Nose For News (@KnowsForGnus)Thu, Sep 25 2014 17:03:39I think a healthy balance of social development and academics is important. The pendulum is too far to academics just now. #NewsHourChats
- — Heather Taylor (@howveryheather)Thu, Sep 25 2014 17:08:23
- — Dennis Fortier (@BrainToday)Thu, Sep 25 2014 17:04:52#NewsHourChats So much (too much?) focus on specific curriculum. Students need confidence in ability to make decisions, solve probs.
- — Nose For News (@KnowsForGnus)Thu, Sep 25 2014 17:05:28A1 Social skills help us to be lifelong learners as we can then learn from those around us without needing texts and classes. #NewsHourChats
- — Karen J. Pittman (@KarenPittman)Thu, Sep 25 2014 17:06:01A1: Youth learn many ways & we need to give kids more high-quality learning time, wherever that learning happens. #NewsHourChats
- — Stephanie Krauss (@Stephanie_Malia)Thu, Sep 25 2014 17:08:19
Twitter chat: What do today's high school graduates need to know?
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