Author Archives: Nadine Aboulmagd

Commitment to Writing

So I am at this really interesting workshop about Personal Branding as part of the Teaching Assistants and Graduate Students (TAGS) Professional Track. It’s facilitated by Fady Ramzy, CEO of Inside Out, which is an Egyptian startup powering the Internet revolution in Middle … Continue reading

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Story for Flipping the Script on Intercultural Learning #FlipIntercultural

Here’s a story for you, Maha 🙂 It sounds like it will be an absolutely beautiful keynote speech insha Allah! Okay, so Maha Bali my colleague is giving a keynote at the upcoming Uni-Collaboration Conference, about Flipping the Script on … Continue reading

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Fourth Reflection: Learning Analytics’ Development in Higher Education

Relevant themes: learning analytics in general and its development in higher education Learning analytics is a topic I am very interested in; mainly because it heavily relates to my MA thesis and because it’s a growing field in online learning … Continue reading

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Third Reflection: Pedagogy & Theory of Modern Teaching & Learning in Higher Ed

Blog Post 3 – Relevant Themes: Open Education Technology usage in higher education Open education being a movement rather than just a pedagogical concept. I’ve been exposed to and immersed in the field of open education through my PLN for … Continue reading

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Second Reflection: Pedagogy and Theory in Higher Ed

So this week is also filled with questions, and also some critique! I was asked to present on a book chapter, titled Teaching for Democracy in Post-Arab Spring: Challenges and Opportunities by Abdullah F. Alrebh and Radhi Al-Mabuk. After reading … Continue reading

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Pedagogy and Theory – Class Reflection 1

This is the first of hopefully many reflections for a course I am taking for my graduate students; Pedagogy and Theory of Modern Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. This is the third week of the course and so far … Continue reading

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It’s the process, not the outcome

Everyday on my commute to work I listen to one of 5 things, depending on my mood that morning; the audiobook I am currently listening to; a podcast; a Ted talk or a speech; the morning show on the radio; or … Continue reading

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