Tags » Identity Formation

Module 1 Reflection - for EDTC6433

My triggering event question for this standard: How can I use technology to promote authenticity among my grade 6-8 Creative Writing students?

The question I claimed to be researching was specific enough, but as I read articles looking for an answer, I spiraled out of control.  629 more words

It Ends With Love

Change is living confused

In an un-blossomed world

Making no logical sense

Change is a chilling feeling

Insensible to your heart

Deliberately in chronic pain… 55 more words

Shabbat Vayehi 5776/ 26 December 2015 --REMEMBERING THE FUTURE AS WELL AS THE PAST

George Orwell, in 1984, said, “He who controls the past commands the future, and he who commands the future controls the past.” Orwell is not simply restating the truism that history is written by the victors. 583 more words

Weekly Torah Discussions

Identity, ambiguities and uncertainties: Continuing reflections after Paris, Beirut and Iraq attacks

Today’s post continues our series of reflections on the attacks in Paris, Beirut and Iraq. Joram Tarusarira responds to Erin Wilson’s call to accept ambiguities, posing a few problems and questions with this approach. 1,731 more words

Islam

Brown Skin

The wake will disturb you

At first

It will define you forever

For sure

It will drag you in bittersweet

But not for too long… 91 more words

Identity

Trash Talk, The Cultivation of Identity, and the Kingdom of God

One of the staples of college football Saturdays for over 25 years has been the television show College Gameday on ESPN.  College football fans across the country begin each Saturday morning with ESPN’s table-setting program that helps introduce the narratives underlying the match ups each week.  989 more words

Culture

Edev_502 wk5

Week 5’s topic focussed on the teleological function of the process of learning. That’s a roundabout way of saying that the act of learning supposes a permanent change in the individual and that educators need to present processes that encourage that change. 952 more words

EDEV_502