Thinking about IVF on Mother’s Day

It is Egyptian mother’s day, and it always makes me think of motherless children and childless mothers. Such a holiday (

How Do You Write So Quickly?

A colleague at work recently asked me for tips on how I write so quickly. Others had recently talked about how working togethe

Can Students Exit Your Course as Better Readers?

I will be honest with you: I know teachers who encounter resistance from their students towards reading have an uphill battle,

On “Recovering” from and “Weighing” Oppression

From adrienne maree brown’s Holding Change: “Transformative Justice/Resilience. Make room for the inevitable prese

Blogging an Unpublished Paper: South African & Egyptian Academic Developers’ Perceptions of AI in Education Part 10: Discussion, Limitations, Conclusion

In case you missed my first post discussing this process, I am blogging an unpublished paper as a series in parts over severa

Blogging an Unpublished Paper: South African & Egyptian Academic Developers’ Perceptions of AI in Education Part 9: Reactions to QuickDraw & Discussions of Bias & Ethical Issues

In case you missed my first post about this, I am blogging an unpublished paper as a series in parts over several days. You c

Blogging an Unpublished Paper: South African & Egyptian Academic Developers’ Perceptions of AI in Education Part 8: Attitudes Towards Voice/Speech Recognition & Automated Translation

In case you missed my first post, I am blogging an unpublished paper as a series in parts over several days. You can read tha

Blogging an Unpublished Paper: South African & Egyptian Academic Developers’ Perceptions of AI in Education Part 7: Attitudes Towards Automated Essay Grading

In case you missed my first post, I am blogging an unpublished paper as a series in parts over several days. You can read tha

Blogging an Unpublished Paper: South African & Egyptian Academic Developers’ Perceptions of AI in Education Part 6: Attitudes Towards Teacher Bots

In case you missed my first post, I am blogging an unpublished paper as a series in parts over several days. You can read tha

Blogging an Unpublished Paper: South African & Egyptian Academic Developers’ Perceptions of AI in Education Part 5: Attitudes Towards Turnitin.com

In case you missed my first post, I am blogging an unpublished paper as a series in parts over several days. You can read tha

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