Category Archives: Reflections

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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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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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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A final class like no other – Dish Party – Journal #13

The last class we had in this course was not an ordinary one. Our professor invited us over at his place for a dish party. This was an amazing class for me. I’ve discovered that I, as a learner, I … Continue reading

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Reflection on reflections – Journal #12

In this week’s class we read out our reflections of the article (I posted mine in the last blog post). So I will mention a couple of things that stuck with me from my classmates’ reflections. I liked how Mona … Continue reading

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Three Cups of Tea Book Review & 3 words activity – Journal #10

We were assigned to review a book related to education. Three Cups of Tea was the one I chose. Before I include my book review here, I want to reflect on the activity Dr. José asked us to in class … Continue reading

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