Tag Archives: subjectivity
From Squirrels to Rhizomes: An intro to #rhizo15
There’s a humorous statement that’s made around here that when you get sidetracked from something, you say “squirrel”. It’s reminiscent of what happens to dogs when they are out for a walk. Every squirrel catches their attention. Movement of a … Continue reading
Posted in Learning, Talking, Together Tagged attention, holistic, instructional design, learning, neutral, questioning, Rhizo15, subjectivity 7 Comments
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
Posted in Talking, Teaching Tagged being human, fearless, head, heart, HJ.DeWaard, hybrid pedagogy, Jean Vanier, Maha Bali, Parker Palmer, self, sharing, subjectivity, teachers 1 Comment