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

Join Us for Liberating (Virtual) Lunches

Want to try out some liberating structures and have engaging conversations with colleagues? Want to make sure you carve out so

Join Us for Liberating (Virtual) Lunches

Want to try out some liberating structures and have engaging conversations with colleagues? Want to make sure you carve out so

Reciprocity of Openness

At some point in the summer, I realized that people who were having to teach online because of COVID-19 were struggling about

Launching: Community-Building Resources for Online Teaching via @unboundeq @oneheglobal #unboundeq

So many people who are new to online have been asking about how to build community online – not just teacher to student, but

Launching: Community-Building Resources for Online Teaching via @unboundeq @oneheglobal #unboundeq

So many people who are new to online have been asking about how to build community online – not just teacher to student, but

Linguistic Landscapes

The linguistic landscape is the visible language that surrounds us in our everyday life. The study of linguistic landscapes li

Arab and Egyptian Perspectives on Digital Literacies

Every semester, students want more in my course to do with Egyptian context. Although we always relate everything in the cours

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

Looking Back on 2018

Today I found myself reminiscing about 2018 and what I am most proud of… the bulk of it is extra institutional work, a

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