CIES African Diaspora SIG Emerging Scholar Award

At the 2019 Comparative & International Education Society (CIES) conference in San Francisco, I was honoured to received the 2019 CIES African Diaspora SIG Emerging Scholar Award, along with Dr. Stacey Ault of Sacramento University, Dr. Anthony Briggs of Oakland University and Dr. Travis Bristol of University of California Berkley. Below are my remark/note of […]

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Are we talking about the same thing?

The discourse of and around Learning, Design & Technology fascinates me. I am specifically referring to words that are sometimes taken as a given, globally understood and accepted when discussing education and technology. These conversations often remind me of a scene from the movie Rush Hour. I am interested shared meanings and understandings words that […]

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On conversations

I am concerned about the conversations we have the conversations we do not have and the conversations we are not having I am concerned about the student who is growing up as a victim the student who is being convinced by conversations that he is the victimizer I am concerned for the black child who […]

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Reflections on the CIES Conference Part 2

View image | gettyimages.com CIES and Special Interest Groups During the CIES SIGs open houses a gentleman came to our table (the Indigenous Knowledge and the Academy – IKA), and remarked “I’m a member of your SIG. I registered and paid your dues”….I responded jokingly, ‘welcome home’…He asked “What can you do for me? What […]

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What I read…DBR

Design Experiments in Educational Research by Cobb, P., diSessa, A., Lehrer, R., Schauble, L. (2003) In this article Cobb et al., explain the ideal characteristics, context and what is involved in “conducting a design experiment”. Design experiments are not only empirically ways of tuning what works; rather they exist to develop humble theories that target […]

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