Reflecting Allowed

Maha Bali’s blog about education

May 21, 2017
by Maha Bali
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The Problem with Consensus

Reading Time: 1 minutesSo…on the one hand, life would be great if folks could have consensus on all decisions so that everyone was happy.  The problems I see with always seeking consensus is that you risk one of the following: Surrounding yourself with … Continue reading

May 9, 2017
by Maha Bali
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No Me Without Us: Reflections After the UNIR #SelfOER #OpenTuesday Webinar

Reading Time: 4 minutes https://twitter.com/Bali_Maha/status/847836233720057857 That’s a tweet from April. But found myself thinking of it today. So yesterday, Tuesday May 9th, I gave a webinar on #SelfOER from an Egyptian Perspective. The recording is available here.  Thanks again to Fabio for inviting me to … Continue reading

March 18, 2017
by Maha Bali
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Contextualizing @Vconnecting – on heterotopia and local optimum

Reading Time: 5 minutesAutumm Caines (co-director of Virtually Connecting) recently wrote a reflective post, summarizing her thoughts after we conducted 3 online focus groups to explore inclusivity (or lack thereof) in Virtually Connecting. Read her post and the really insightful comments it’s getting (also great feedback on Twitter). … Continue reading

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