...collaborate means to labor as an associate of another, to co-labor with one another to compose a jointly accredited work (Kane & Harms, 2005). This has not been my first time to collaborate in the academic setting, neither in more graduate work nor undergrad. This particular project with the case studies did, however, prove itself to … Continue reading Collaboration

Our First Meeting

What I have always found interesting is the fact that we as educators are pushed to create curriculum that gives choice to the students. We are told it is important for their engagement and they will push themselves further in their own learning. (Check out this article that talks more about student choices). However, with … Continue reading Our First Meeting