If you are a Millennial Asian, the newspapers think you are pretty pathetic. Looking at the numbers, you have earned more degrees than anyone else in your family, are up … Continue reading Meet the Millennial Asian: Over-educated + Under-employed
The purpose behind writing this is to explore the utility of Virtual Reality Headsets and the accompanying software, beyond the narrow scope of Entertainment. Google Glassware – Where are … Continue reading Virtual Reality Headsets: Beyond Entertainment
Picking up from my last post, I have decided upon Ruby as the computer programming language to learn this year. CodeAcademy has an ‘Introduction to Ruby’ course that is low-key … Continue reading Ruby it is! – Picking a Language to Learn
Blockchain is today what Big Data/ Cloud Data was back in 2012- part new-kid-on-the-block and part mysterious technological chanteuse. Everybody’s talking about it, everybody wants a piece of it and almost … Continue reading bits, bytes, blockchain
Do we need Values-based curriculum when we can modify Faith-based curriculum ? Every resource I have come upon during my research still quotes the ‘Golden Rule’,which for the unfamiliar is … Continue reading Are we reinventing the wheel with Values-based Education?
Love this model. Many schools don’t get beyond content knowledge. #deeperlearning requires much more. #HFAinnovates pic.twitter.com/KM8WCRXqbs — Lisa Palmieri, Ph.D. (@Learn21Tech) March 12, 2016 Since I am up to my … Continue reading Designing for Deeper Learning
Mattel’s $300 3D printer lets you design and create your own toys It’s no Silicon Valley, but Pakistan is building it’s own Startup Scene For gifted children, being intelligent can … Continue reading What I’m reading today: Tech & Edu
All the books listed below are on my wishlist for Spring 2016. Seriously. Education & Leadership Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, … Continue reading Love is in the Air! Love for Books!
“Feminists have been telling us for a very long time that women in positions of authority find themselves stuck between a rock and a hard place. Too assertive or confident … Continue reading Women in Positions of Authority (Quote)
Less than two hours before my evening class at the university begins and I am all smiles. Is it usual for a Communications instructor to be so pumped about their … Continue reading Planning a Mock Interview Activity
This is part 19 of a storyjumper for Digital Writing Month. To read the story (so far), follow the links: Part 1 Bruno’s blog started us off with a personal … Continue reading #DigiWriMo StoryJumping Part 19: Time is a Flat Circle