A Poem for Coral Reefs

In case you haven’t noticed, I’m reaaaaaally into biomimicry (learning from nature, metaphors of nature that can h

Discussing the Quran with My 10 year-old

tl;dr I started reading Quran with my child and she asked me to explain the meanings, and I discovered that I’m actually

Is Targeted Universalism Enough?

I recently came across the concept of “targeted universalism”. It is an idea I have heard most from john a. powell

Transformative Learning and Its Influence on #MYFest22 Design

In 2018, Autumm Caines and I wrote an article about promoting ownership, agency and equity in educational development work. In

The Child Who Can’t Wait for #MYFest22

One morning, my child woke up and said, “I can’t wait for MYFest!” [If you don’t know what MYFest is,

Co-organizing the Learning Journey of Our Dreams #MYFest22

This post is about how I got together with a group of people (Mia, Rissa, Rebecca, Sukaina, Heather, Felicia, George, Anne-Mar

Podcast Where I Talk How My Mom and Kid Helped with #InspringOpen

I was so excited when this podcast episode came out! I get interviewed every now and then for research and for podcasts, often

On Treadmills, Stationary Bikes, Stairs and Elevators

I hate treadmills. But surprisingly, I love stationary bikes. Why is that? Well, what a treadmill does is it is a way to keep

On the Complex Realities of Care-giving and Care-receiving

One of the beauties of being a non-linear reader is that sometimes I read different things at the same time and make serendipi

Asking questions to engage studentsĀ in discussions

Have you ever been in the situation where a professor is interesting and teaching an interesting subject, but when they ask qu

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