Virtual Vulnerability #MYFest22

Today, I participated in a #MYFest22 session led by Tony Carr and Irene Maweu of emerge Africa. It was an emergent session, no

#MYFest22 Challenging Conference Exclusions

I came across a post by Ann Gagne entitled “Pedagogy of Complicity” where she critiques f2f conferences especially and say

Transformative Learning and Its Influence on #MYFest22 Design

In 2018, Autumm Caines and I wrote an article about promoting ownership, agency and equity in educational development work. In

Co-organizing the Learning Journey of Our Dreams #MYFest22

This post is about how I got together with a group of people (Mia, Rissa, Rebecca, Sukaina, Heather, Felicia, George, Anne-Mar

Invitation to Give Feedback on the Equity Unbound @UnboundEq @OneHEGlobal community-building resources

So I’ve just launched a survey where I invite people to give feedback on the community-building resources I’ve co-created

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

Want to Imagine a Socially Just Academia? @socialjustacad

I’m so proud and excited to announce the launch of our project Imagining a Socially Just Academia (@socialjustacad) which is

Digital Affect (Emotional Presence?) and Continuity with Care during COVID-19

I don’t have a lot of time to write this post. Like many who read this blog, I’m involved in trying to prepare our

Video Inspirations for Kinesthetic Class Activities RE Bias, Othering, Etc #unboundeq

For a long time, my students have asked me to do more in-class activities similar to my modified privilege walk which focuses

Social and Cultural Capital as the Main Problem with Online Learning

I was reading a (great) article about the problem of othering (which I am using in class and in Equity Unbound this semester)