Reflecting Allowed

New Year’s Resolution & Gratitude for 2020

I don’t often make resolutions at the start of a year, but this year I want to make one. It feels like the year to make

Updating Community-Building Resources via @UnboundEq & @OneHEGlobal

So for many of us in the Northern hemisphere, a semester is ending, holidays are coming, and many of us are planning towards a

Join the Teach-In #AgainstSurveillance Dec 1st

Today at 6pm UTC join the Teach-In #AgainstSurveillance to support Ian Linkletter – to donate, register, and find out mo

From Twitter Thread to Model to Keynote #OpenEd20 & #MandL20

The recent equity/care model Mia Zamora and I came up with for our #OpenEd20 keynote, which builds on a Twitter thread I start

Reuse & Remix of Student Assignments

An idea occurred to me yesterday and I tweeted it. I woke up this morning and found more than 300 likes on my tweets, and lots

Join Us for Liberating (Virtual) Lunches

Want to try out some liberating structures and have engaging conversations with colleagues? Want to make sure you carve out so

The Bilingual Doodler

My daughter told me 4 interconnected stories today. I will tell them in the order she said them, and ask you to reflect on thi

Want to Imagine a Socially Just Academia? @socialjustacad

I’m so proud and excited to announce the launch of our project Imagining a Socially Just Academia (@socialjustacad) whic

Speaking at Two Upcoming EDEN Events… and more!

Just a couple of small announcements! Monday, October 5 at 5pm CEST, I am speaking at EDEN alongside Autumm Caines and Mia Zam

Recentering Feminism in Antiracist/Decolonial Inclusive Academia Work

“But for women, there have always been two revolutions to undertake: one fought with men against regimes that oppress ev

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