by Course Announcements
Tags: Week #3 Discussion, grading notes, personal journal entries
Hello Everyone- Welcome to Week #3 of ADE 500! Thank you for a terrific discussion during Week #2. I really appreciated our conversation. Some of you did a wonderful job meeting the discussion requirements for this course, and some of you have a bit more work to do. Please review my grading note for the Week #2 discussion. This week our discussion begins this evening at 5pm and runs through Wednesday night at 10pm. Please be sure to post your First Post by 5pm tonight, so that we can all interact with it throughout the open discussion period. I look forward to continuing our conversation this week about- What is an adult? and What makes adults unique? We will also discuss our philosophical orientation or "positionality." This is a great time to begin your Adult Education Definition and Positionality paper. You should have a lot of great information from your discussion posts last week which can feed into your paper, and your posts this week can feed in as well. If you have not done so yet, please read the Assignment Guidelines for that paper ASAP. This week we will also be working in our Personal Journals again. We will begin our "Educational Autobiographies" in order to understand more about what we believe about education and why we have those beliefs. We will reflect on both our positive and negative educational experiences from the past. Personal Journal Entries are due by 11:55pm on Saturday. Please feel free to contact me at any time with questions or concerns. I have office hours tomorrow from 8am-9am, and on Wednesday from 8am-12pm. If you would like to stop in to see me, please send me a quick note to let me know what time. This is not a requirement, but if you do send me a note I will make sure I can see you as soon as you arrive. If my office hours do not work for you, please send me an e-mail and we can schedule an alternative time to meet. Thank you again for all of your hard work. Take care!
How are you. Hi I'm doing good how about you. Great how's the first year going alright I almost tell you. Yeah so we've got about a my parents from the Syndey up next Thursday so. Very good very good I wine up ___ you're on speaker phone so unless all is well we can do to help out. So basically I still is on the changing definitions and in the terms of love in the modern age the interview I just got back from was a classmate of mine who through like an online dating site when I'm like over forty to date online so I'm like you know
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Tags: walker texas ranger, mature perspective, adult hood
Superman Batman and Spiderman(?). In the eyes of an innocent young child those were the characters that represent ___. As we become older we still find difficult to ___ hero. We replaced those animated super heroes with James Bond Walker Texas Ranger and the Terminator. If somewhere between young adult and adult hood we finally realize the true definition of a hero. One we can look up to because that person is been a living model for what we want to become. A childhood ___ every taken bomb more mature perspective. We become conscious of the fact that a true hero must live a life before as ___ with his or her ability. ___ just seeing at the leaving room ___. We recognize the heroes must possess certain concrete characteristics. Courage strength tenacity(?) wisdom and selflessness(?) to name a few. For me my dad ___ the definition of a
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Tags: manhood in america, manliness, degenerates
___ Island I read the ___ safe being a man by Paul Thorough(?). Being man is ___ say that focuses on the pityfullness(?) of manhood(?) in America Thorough(?) begins by generalizing his arguments aim towards all man and later on discusses how these expectations have affected himself as a writer. Thorough(?) argues that these expectations of manhood(?) each boys from a young age to be stupid be unfeeling(?) obedient folderly(?) and stop thinking throughout Thorough(?) is very critical of America's definition of manliness(?). On sharing his thoughts on a man's expectations to play sports Thorough(?) writes the manly attitude towards sports seems to little more than a recipe for creating bad marriages social misfits(?) moral degenerates(?)
by Key West This Week
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Tags: daniel alvarez, corporate lawyer, thousand miles
How often do you get to meet a real adventurer? I got to meet Daniel Alvarez who kayaked from Minnesota to Key West. That's 4,000 miles! Daniel says to face your challenges with an open heart and an open mind. I think that's the definition of an adventurer! Follow Daniel at predictablylost.com
I believe that you must be willing to put in hard work and give the effort to succeed. Not only in school, but in life. I believe that many things that they want. Things had given to them rather than working for them. What has happened to work at and in society today were is gone. What would our grandparents and great grandparents take the way our children act. Do we want them to pass on there do you mean everything attitude. I believe parents need to be sending these examples of hard work in teaching their children that you get out what you put in. Parents need to take the lead and still work ethic and make their children work for everything that they want. If we keep giving our youth everything that they want without working for it, will they ever be willing to work for anything? One definition of effort is in earnest and strenuous attempt. Do we want our use to give an earnest attempt that life or be handed everything they want.
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Tags: state legislator, government decisions, choice number
Lyrical(?) Geography and sources power quiz the first part is a matching. One is democracy two is bureaucracy three monarchy four dictatorship five sovereign. You're gonna match this terms with the definitions above. A not subject to any higher authority. B a hereditary mono control of the government and decides what it should do. C ordinary citizens are supreme power because all government decisions ultimately comes from the people. D power rest in the hands of an individual or a small group that tells everyone else what to do. E religious leaders control government. Multiple choice number six for the voting authority of the state legislator will be an example of A direct.