New Year’s Resolution & Gratitude for 2020

I don’t often make resolutions at the start of a year, but this year I want to make one. It feels like the year to make one

Updating Community-Building Resources via @UnboundEq & @OneHEGlobal

So for many of us in the Northern hemisphere, a semester is ending, holidays are coming, and many of us are planning towards a

Reflections

So this week we’re finally discussing our final collaborate project for Writing Theory and Practice. I’m feeling a mixture

From Twitter Thread to Model to Keynote #OpenEd20 & #MandL20

The recent equity/care model Mia Zamora and I came up with for our #OpenEd20 keynote, which builds on a Twitter thread I start

Multilingualism and Multiliteracies in an Outdated System of Education

Globalization is rapidly changing our society, but schools haven’t been able to keep up. Paul Kei Matsuda’s article “Tea

Multilingualism and Multiliteracies in an Outdated System of Education

Globalization is rapidly changing our society, but schools haven’t been able to keep up. Paul Kei Matsuda’s article “Tea

A Technoethics Primer (with some focus on education)

There are so many questions that arise when technology and ethics collide. For a rich discussion on this topic or a “Tec

Ethical Balancing Act Workshop by Anne-Marie Scott

Equity Unbound is proud to announce an upcoming workshop entitled: Ethical Balancing Act by Anne-Marie Scott (@ammienoot)

Digital Literacy, Remixes, and Outdated Ideas

Despite being some of the most recently published pieces we’ve read so far, this week’s readings somehow feel more outdate

The Process of Writing (and Annotating)

Lina Mounzer’s “War in Translation” is a moving exploration of the power of stories and language. I won’t go into too

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