Academic Notetaking & Mainstream Media

Note taking with mainstream media offers students an opportunity to safely explore mainstream news media while using a variety of academic note taking techniques. The note taking techniques include but are not limited to Cornell notes, outline notes, chart notes and others. This is an excellent way for students to increase their notetaking “tools” to apply with their school work while engaging in political and cultural discourse. As a course with a social focus students are encouraged to turn their cameras on and participate in conversations as well as readings. Students will need a writing utensil and paper. Let’s build!

Presenter: Jheri Hardaway
Dates: Tuesdays / Thursdays, September 15, 17, 22, 24, 29 & October 1
Time: 1:00 – 1:45 pm Pacific Standard Time
Grades: 9th – 12th grades

Jheri Hardaway

My name is Jheri Hardaway, I am a New York City based writer and social innovator. I am passionate about educational media and I truly enjoy online education! As a proud alumna of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and Kingston University London I serve both schools as a alumni historian and USA recruiting representative respectively. During my educational endeavors abroad I became the author of M.E.E.T. me for Cheese and Chocolate ‘My European Experiences and Travels and M.E.E.T. me for Tea in London. Amongst my professional experiences I served as an event coordinator for NBCUniversal Olympics and The American Black Film Festival. I am currently a substitute teacher in NYC and adjunct professor at City College of New York. I also work as an education consultant training teachers on emerging educational devices and programs while creating memorable and engaging content for students. I am a warrior in the fight for equal justice, and pen for the voice of the underrepresented.

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