Reflecting Allowed

Maha Bali’s blog about education

June 20, 2014
by Maha Bali

The Affective Dimension of (Online) Collaborative Writing

You know there’s something interesting going on when you’ve been thinking of something all day, wondering why you haven’t read about it, until the right “google search term” pops into your head – and suddenly you realize that people┬áhave written … Continue reading

April 6, 2014
by balimaha

#rhizo14 Sustenance for a Compulsive Writer with Impostor Syndrome

I’ve been wanting to write about my compulsive writing (I know, compulsive, right?) and impostor syndrome (the latter mentioned on facebook recently) and then Sandra commented on Sarah’s MOOCaholic blog post saying she was “sustained by the people” she met … Continue reading

March 29, 2014
by balimaha

This Is How We Do It: coloring our vision?

A couple of incidents have triggered this post. I might be wrong in judging that the root cause behind them is an unreflective sticking to tradition or habit, but that’s what I think today ­čÖé The first incidence relates to … Continue reading

March 10, 2014
by balimaha

Writing ourselves into history; righting history (inspired by @Mark_Mcguire & #write4pro)

I started my day by this incredible tweet by my twitter-buddy Mark McGuire. I loved it so much I kept going back to it several times during the day just to get inspired again: .@KateMfD To write in public is … Continue reading


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