My Quest To Teach

Elisha Taylor III – “Journey Through The Motherboard”

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Congratulations, Elisha is a sophomore in high school in Duval County Public Schools.
Attends Paxon High School for Advanced Studies, an A & B honors students with
dreams of attending MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Concluding MIT Elisha wants to follow in the foot steps of his role model Bill Gates where he hopes to surpass
Mr. Gates in making technology available to the world to improve the human
condition and solve current and future challenges.

Below are Mr. Taylor’s “Journey Through The Motherboard”
his experiences while working to achieve his dreams in life.

Bio for Elisha Taylor III
Elisha Taylor III is a 15 year old 10th grade student
currently attending Paxon School for Advanced Studies in
Jacksonville Florida. A grade point average of 3.8.
He is the son of proud parents Elisha and Natalie Taylor Jr.
Elisha is an A/B Honor Roll student with a special interest
in the diverse area of computer sciences. His hopes for the
future are to attend Massachusetts Institute of Technology
in order to advance his career in cutting edge technologies.
He travels with is mentor and brother in Christ
William Jackson of My Quest To Teach
Elisha participate in community events and activities that
service his community of Jacksonville, Florida. A member of
Northbound Church of Christ.


2018 Activities and Events
Attended Florida Blogging and Technology Conference


2016 Activities and Events 

Elisha Taylor attends EdCampStAug
EdCamp St. Augustine


EdCamp St. Augustine What An Adventure in Learning
by Elisha Taylor and William Jackson
Jacksonville, Florida

Welcome from William and Elisha

Give students the tech and see them fly

Elisha had the honor of speaking and attending
EdCamp Magic, TEDxFSCJ and blogs with Professor
William Jackson about STEM, STEAM, Robotics and
other areas. Elisha aspires to attend MIT to be part
of the growing climate of technology
integration and innovation in the country and the world.

Elisha uses technology in a leadership role:
1. He attends workshops and conferences to learn how to
integrate technology to collaborate on projects in school
and online.
2. He works with My Quest To Teach posting blogs about
technology, social media and preventing bullying.
3. He has been featured online and in newspaper articles,
he has attended conferences that strengthen his technology
passion and skills.
4. He networks at conferences:
EdCamps, Bar Camps (technology camps), WordCamps,
and WordPress, BlackExpo, Literacy events events.

Recent events in 2016:
TEDxFSCJ Salon – Jacksonville, Florida
Edcamp Magic – Orlando, Florida
BlackExpo South – Jacksonville, Florida
Florida Blogging and Technology Conference – Full Sail University

Published in:
Jacksonville Free Press

HBCU Connect


Florida Heritage Book Festival

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What I Learned from TEDxFSCJ,28179.0.html



Hello its me Elisha Taylor.
I just want to say thank you for helping me be successful.
Well, let me introduce myself. I’m a huge anime geek. My favorite anime is Naruto.
I also, like to read. I have been on an college reading level ever since I was in the 3rd grade. I don’t have many friends, but if you are wondering they are all nerds, just like me.
Trying to be proactive and being a positive influence in the vast world.
When I grow up I want to be a preacher just like my dad and involved in
all aspects of technology and robotics.

More information is coming….



Welcome to Elisha Taylor’s page 
Student in Duval County Public Schools in Jacksonville, Florida
Member of the Body at Northbound Church of Christ
Jacksonville, Florida
Film and video for Readers Theater

The future is bright for Elisha, visit soon to see more about
this awesome young man that enjoys reading comics,
learning about robotics and everything tech..

Proud parents are:
Mr and Mrs Elisha Taylor
Jacksonville, Florida

“The journey of a thousand voyages start with just one step.”
Wm Jackson, M.Ed.
Parent, Blogger, Writer, Thought Leader
Community Activist


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