Monthly Archives: March 2016

Educational Policy – Journal #6 – The irony =)

So many blog post ideas, so little time! This week we had the Digital Pedagogy Lab Cairo at AUC and CLT (where I work) was the organizing and hosting body. So my professor, who had attended one of the Virtually … Continue reading

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Educational Policy – Journal #5

We had a week off class because our professor was in a Conference in Vancouver, Canada. But, you see, that’s what I don’t like about saying I had a cancelled class because it makes the other person (in this case … Continue reading

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Educational Policy Analysis – Journal #3

This week we had a discussion of the reading: Framing Policy Discourse Chapter by Martin Rein and Donald Schön. Before we started discussing this week’s reading, we reflected on and revised last week’s Fisher’s Editor’s Introduction. I find this practice … Continue reading

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EDUC 5215 Journal #2

In today’s class we were discussing our journeys in this course, by discussing how the course themes trigger our emotions or interests, our point of departure,  our destination. So the themes that I have come up with after looking at … Continue reading

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