Dissecting the Debate – Google Apps Style

The hallways are filled with the sounds of middle school students, primarily eighth graders, dissecting the second presidential debate from the evening before. Argument, points, and counter-points are readily being shared as students break down the various issues through their fourteen year old lenses. This is yet one example of how learning is and has always extended beyond the confines of of a 45 minute block, four or five days a week. How can we, as the adult mentors in their lives, provide the framework and perspective to help them understand the arguments presented during the debate to help them […]