Reflecting Allowed

Modeling Inquiry: The Ups & Downs of Guinea Pigs #digiURI

So in case you missed it on Twitter or one of my keynotes, we now have guinea pigs. The first pets my kid has ever had. The fi

Faces Covered, Voices Muffled: Curated Tips for Physically-Distanced & Masked Classes

My institution has announced plans to go back almost fully f2f (with maybe some dual delivery similar to low tech Hyflex), wit

Sharing the Joy of “Work” with My Child

A couple of days ago, I had one of those days of meetings one after another… almost non-stop. My days are longer than mo

Towards An Ethics of Care in Citation & Openness

I will never forget this moment. I was in kindergarten or infant 1. My best friend at the time, who sat beside me in class, lo

#BlackLivesMtatter meets #FreePalestine

This is going to be a very brief blogpost. In case you haven’t heard this podcast episode with Sawsan Jaber talking abou

Anticipatory Compassionate Design in Muslim Fasting

I’m still inspired by Sakinah Alhaddad’s use of the term “compassion by design” in her reaction to my

Why New Amsterdam Isn’t Democratic Caring

Recently, my collaborator on equity/care, Mia Zamora, left me a message on how Equity is an outcome, while care is a process.

Stories from Palestine

After spending time offering facts about Palestine, it seems right that now what I want to share are first-person stories of P

Explaining Palestine to a 9 Year Old

I spent some time yesterday trying to explain Palestine to people who meant well but understood very little about the Palestin

About Palestine

I’m no political expert, but Palestine is in my heart and what happens there makes my heart bleed. It’s ongoing wi


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