The responses that I received to my post “David Cooper Moore: The Love Hate Relationship with Media” were pretty much what I expected coming from other future educators.
I asked the (2) questions as followed:
- Yes i think so
- Yes i think so
- yes but like he said in a safe space, students are always going to express themselves whether we as teachers want to hear it or not so why not incorporate it in your lesson and get students involved. As long as it is monitored correctly and students have an understanding that everyone is entitled to their opinion and deserves respect they should be allowed to express their hate for media and also see the other side like the video said why others might disagree and like what they hate
Yes I believe that every opinion is worth something, just like no question is a dumb one.
- Yes i do because i feel that it creates a world of expansion and expression of true emotion and feeling.
- Yes because students like to share their ideas and feelings, especially when it is dealing with someone other than themselves. Also students will be able to learn from each other and from that be able to reason better. I am a firm believer that students learn better from their peers
- This will definitely allow them to empathize and reason why they feel that way. For example, I would understand them because maybe they feel that way because they think its too hard to understand, or even anything can go viral.
As you can see when asked to explain their answer, I was given various reasons as to why students should be allowed to express themselves in both a positive and negative ways. It all ties back to “Reasoning” and “Empathy”. I will update when more results are posted.