Tag Archives: being human
Radical Doubt and Digital Identity – “Dubito, ergo cogito, ergo sum”
I am! I exist! My digital self is me! Do I doubt about digital identity or about myself? Absolutely. What do I really know about my digital self? As I reflect on digital identity and digital citizenship, I’m waxing philosophical. … Continue reading
Connected – Alone, Together
I teach with technology. I teach new teachers to teach with technology. I talk to teachers about teaching with technology. I am immersed and swim deeply in the ed tech pool. It’s in my Twitter, my blog, my personal learning … Continue reading
I’m coming back around to a topic that I’ve explored earlier (You are Welcome). Ideas are still trickling through my thoughts as I work on design and construction of online learning spaces. It’s about hospitality. Not just the type of … Continue reading
It’s only human!
Can’t help it – it’s only human. I am honoured and feel humbled when being commended for work I’ve done. Sharing my thoughts in digital spaces has resulted in many opportunities to feel gratitude and gratified for those who take … Continue reading
You are Welcome
Welcome! As the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games are set to start today in Toronto, it brings to mind the notion of hospitality and how people are made to feel welcomed into a physical or digital space. Are there commonalities … Continue reading
A Post Rhizo Post – What’s Next?
It’s funny how something gets into your head and keeps moving through your thoughts. Sometimes it’s a good think – one that confirms and encourages. Other times, it’s insidious thinking that shakes your confidence. Sometimes it’s like the Lambchop song, the … Continue reading
Teachers are Humans too!
What does it mean to be human? Why do teachers or educational leaders feel excluded from this category when public perspectives and dialogues reference teaching? In a very human struggle, my thoughts strive to resolve a multitude of issues and perspectives … Continue reading