Monthly Archives: May 2016

Educational Policy Analysis – Journal #14

We had the social gathering last night and it was absolutely amazing! I enjoyed every minute of it. The food was brilliant, and just as I expected, the peanut butter chicken that I had been waiting for was to die … Continue reading

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Educational Policy Analysis – Journal 13

I’m back in Cairo. I miss Rome and my friends. I miss the interesting discussions that I had with presenters and keynote speakers at the conference. But it’s not all bad because I get to have an interesting discussion in … Continue reading

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Educational Policy Analysis – Journal #12

this week I was in Rome for the AMICAL annual conference. It was an amazing experience for me because it was my first AMICAL conference to attend, and because I got to meet my online friends and spend a really … Continue reading

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Educational Policy Analysis – Journal #4

In this class we are continuing our discussion of Framing because last week we stopped after 3-4 pages from the beginning. A question came up about how difficult it is to understand frames or operate between or different frames. This … Continue reading

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Educational Policy Analysis – Journal #11

In today’s class we presented our second policy brief in terms of what it’s about, what the issue we are focusing on is, what our implications and recommendations are. We are three groups (of 3 students each) in total. I … Continue reading

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