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Nicholas Woo
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Should the military be allowed to have military recruiters to high school campuses?
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Should the military be allowed to send military recruiters to high school campuses?Proponents argue that the military is a great way for students to "give back" and to serve their country. It is a…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kathryn Patti Dec 18, 2009.

 

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Nicholas Woo replied to Nicholas Woo's discussion Should the military be allowed to have military recruiters to high school campuses?
"Here's an interesting article from Political Affairs Magazine that talks about military recruitment in general. In it, it mentions a military recruitment plan that states that the: "Priority areas [for recruitment] are designated primarily…"
Dec 3, 2009
Griselda replied to Nicholas Woo's discussion Should the military be allowed to have military recruiters to high school campuses?
"Wow, i never thought about this but the arguments on both sides are great. For starters, the military is a great way to get college funds but at the same time how many of our soldiers actually return to school, may times they pass the funds down to…"
Nov 30, 2009
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Nov 24, 2009
Nicholas Woo posted a discussion

Should the military be allowed to have military recruiters to high school campuses?

Should the military be allowed to send military recruiters to high school campuses?Proponents argue that the military is a great way for students to "give back" and to serve their country. It is a career option that students should be exposed to. The military provides college funds for students and health care. It teaches students discipline and the values and practices of the military produce some of the most exemplary citizens.Opponents argue that the military unfairly targets working class…See More
Nov 20, 2009
Nicholas Woo added a discussion to the group Harvard Social Studies Methods (T213)
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CRN: November 3 - Civic and Democratic Education

Hey,I'm attaching the notes for the following readings:1. Loewen, Chap. 82. Diana Hess (2002). “Discussing Controversial Public Issues in Secondary Social Studies Classrooms: Learning from Skilled Teachers.” Theory and Research in Social Education 30(1): 10-41. [CP]3. Lessons and Practices from Civic Mission of SchoolsFor the sake of consistency, I basically copied Claire's format for the notes.Enjoy.See More
Nov 2, 2009
Nicholas Woo replied to Michael Wilkinson's discussion "Praxis Question"- How to develop Self-Advocates?
"I think one fundamental step towards self-efficacy is confidence. Students need to be confident in themselves and believe that their values, thoughts, experiences, and skills are appreciated and valued by others. This can be done by making students…"
Oct 21, 2009
Nicholas Woo replied to Katharine Millet's discussion Textbook Review: Picking the Lesser of all Evils
"Great question! I've always grappled with the role of textbooks in education and whether or not they should even be used. Let me preface my response by saying that I am a beginning teacher so I have yet to be in a position where I've had…"
Sep 26, 2009
Meira Levinson and Nicholas Woo are now friends
Sep 23, 2009
Nicholas Woo is now friends with Bill Biondolino, Katharine Millet and Michael Wilkinson
Sep 23, 2009
Nicholas Woo and William Johnston are now friends
Sep 13, 2009
Nicholas Woo joined Thomas Daccord's group
Sep 8, 2009
Nicholas Woo joined Thomas Daccord's group
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Teaching U.S. History K-12

A group for teachers of United States history K-12.
Sep 8, 2009
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Teaching World History K-12

A group for teachers of World History K-12.
Sep 8, 2009
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Harvard Social Studies Methods (T213)

Welcome! This group is intended to be a forum for Education T213: Teaching History, Political Science/Political Philosophy, and/or Social Studies at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. All are welcome to contribute to this page.See More
Sep 8, 2009
Nicholas Woo is now a member of National Council for the Social Studies
Sep 8, 2009

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