Course 3 Final Project

It’s hard to believe we’ve reached the end of yet another course, but I’d be lying if I said I didn’t feel a sense of relief to be reaching the end this week. The...

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Collaborating for Change

This week’s content and resources brought me back to my college days, specifically my undergraduate coursework as a sociology major. Several of the classes I took throughout those years allowed me the opportunity to...

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The ART of Communication

This week’s assignment and post took an absurd amount of thinking, time and energy. Why? Because I’m an overthinker and perfectionist who has difficulty getting things from the idea stage to the completed stage....

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Making it Visual

This week’s topic is definitely one of my favorites and something we’ve touched on in previous modules. It was nice to take a deeper dive into the elements and principles of design and think...

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Ready, Set, Collaborate

Connections This week’s readings and resources were (as always) timely and relevant to the work I’m currently doing with students and teachers. As I settle into my new role and school, I find myself...

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Time for a Change?

Life Changes Since the completion of Course 2, it seems like my life has done nothing but change. I have relocated from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam to Guangzhou, China and while the big...

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Course 2 Final Project

THE END IS THE BEGINNING It doesn’t seem possible that Course 2 is coming to an end already, or summer is right around the corner, but here we are. Truth be told, I was...

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Leading by Example

This week’s post has been one of the hardest for me, but not for the reasons you may think. I have plenty to say about the weekly reading and video content. There is a...

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Stranger Than Fiction

In today’s media-saturated world, it can be a difficult task to distinguish between fact and fiction. Even harder still is the task of teaching younger, less experienced people to sift, sort, scrutinize and share...

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Balancing Act

This week’s content was dense and gave me a lot to ponder, digest and reflect upon. It was the kind of information that your mind keeps coming back to throughout the weeks when something...

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