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How do teachers feel about Trump's suggestion to arm 20% of the teaching populace?

So far, in my experience, 100% of instructors surveyed LOATHE the idea and WILL NOT carry a gun. And, let’s be honest, the next real president will ban them within hours of talking office.

How do I become software engineering manager quickly?

I wanted to do the same thing when I started my career as a software developer for the digital arm of a large media company down here in Australia.I didn’t really know what a software development manager does, so I’d watch and learn what my manager did. He was great technically but what I noticed was his soft skills that made him a great manager.I started to research a lot about the differences between management and leadership. Learnt about transactional vs transformational leadership. I went on a few leadership courses (situational leadership, Ken Blanchard), learnt how to navigate the political landscape of an organisation where everyone wants the manager's job.I then applied for a team lead role at a software development consulting firm. I was turned down but they offered me a job as a software development teacher for Sun Microsystems (now Oracle) teaching java.This is where my career transformed. I really got to practice leading hundreds of students through their own learning process.I got such high scores on my Instructor surveys, my company said hey why don't you be our practice manager for our software development consulting arm.I had my dream job in a matter of a few years of hard work, constant learning and perseverance.I’m sure your journey will be different than mine but if can give you any tips. Develop both your technical and soft skills. You will need both to be a great leader.Small edit. This my leadership satisfaction survey, to give you an idea of the type of soft skills you need as a manager. My scores are in blue. World average is in red.

With so many online distractions, do students still hang out?

A recent survey found the use of technology in class, such as laptops or phones, for noneducational purposes was distracting to almost half of students, while others surveyed believe technology in the classroom is unavoidable.The study was published in the Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and surveyed 478 students and 36 instructors at the University of Waterloo.Of the undergraduate students surveyed, 49 percent said the use of technology for reasons not related to class, or “off-task” use, was distracting to them. However, students generally said they’ve used technology for off-task purposes regardless.“Students actually know and realize that the use of technology has a negative impact on people around them when used for off-task purposes like browsing the web,” Elena Neiterman, a Waterloo teaching fellow and one of the authors of the study, said. “They still feel like [technology] is still necessary when the classes are not engaging enough. Like, for example, being in a large lecture hall or when the professor is what they call ‘boring.’”The survey showed the use of social media in a classroom setting had become normalized, and students saw off-task activity less negatively because most students were engaged in some sort of off-task activity at some point during class. Neiterman said the survey revealed some students felt that to allow for a brief distraction when they felt bored would help them feel more engaged for the rest of the class period. Most students surveyed said they saw it as their right to use the technology in class.“They felt it would be useful for them to maybe do their own thing for a couple minutes and then come back to the class,” Neiterman said. “[Students] also felt if they were too overwhelmed by the information … they would get off the topic and go browse or text somebody and take a mental break.”In particular, the study focused on the perspectives on instructors regarding technology use. While teachers and students were found to have similarly positive views on the use of technology for class-related activities, teachers obviously held negative views about off-task activities. Sixty-eight percent of instructors said they felt bothered by student cellphone use, however, only 32 percent were bothered by laptop use.Among the instructors surveyed, general methods of dealing with technology use in class included ignoring and tolerating it, minimizing it by explaining to students the detriments, or utilizing it in classroom activity. Twenty-three percent of instructors surveyed said they incorporated technology into the curriculum. Many instructors surveyed said students using off-task technology had become more brazen, which was seen as insulting.The survey also asked respondents to consider who was responsible for limiting off-task use in the classroom, and some students felt it was the instructor’s job to make the class engaging enough to deincentivize off-task technology use. Many instructors dismissed the idea by pointing out it would be an uphill battle for any professor to compete with a social media network designed to attract attention.A study released last year found a causal link between lower test scores and the uses of cellphones and laptops. The study suggested students were wrong to believe they could divide their attention between technology and class lectures, as technology impairs their ability to retain information from the class.Neiterman said instructors surveyed recognized the fact that technology wasn’t going anywhere, particularly because of its use in increasing accessibility. Nonetheless, many instructors who felt negatively about off-task use said they would continue to try to inform their students about the negatives of divided attention.“Instructors really felt difficulties about this off-task use,” Neiterman said. “They tried to explain to students to attempt to minimize use, but many said it was a difficult challenge to take on.”

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