Produced from experiences at the outset of the intense times when Covid-19 lockdown restrictions began in March 2020, this collaborative paper offers the collective reflections and analysis of a group of teaching and learning and Higher Education...
Just a couple of small announcements! Monday, October 5 at 5pm CEST, I am speaking at EDEN alongside Autumm Caines and Mia Zamora about building communities of support for teachers online. Register…
ℳąhą Bąℓi, PhD مها بالي 🌵Want to know how to build community online and experience some #LiberatingStructures in one hour? Join the Tues Oct 6 session at 1pm MDT, 7pm UTC 9pm Cairo
Link to register in here:
I will mention this: https//oneheglobal.org/equity-unbound
Extending Open at the Margins Journey Suggestions for Keeping the Journey Going 1 Suggested works to include in case of a future edition or second volume of Open at the Margins 2 Remaining Questions from Slido.com 2 Suggestions for Keeping the...
ℳąhą Bąℓi, PhD مها بالي 🌵We now have 30 community-building resources to choose from - from intro and warm-up activities, to ways of structuring class sessions in productive ways... to things you can do to cool down after class (like meditation). Check these out oneheglobal.org/equity-unbound #AcademicChatter
ℳąhą Bąℓi, PhD مها بالي 🌵Centering a Critical Curriculum of Care During Crises
That's my upcoming #olcinnovate keynote inshallah
Streaming live on YouTube at
Mon June 15th at 10am EDT/2pm UTC/4pm Cairo
Slides will be up on my blog the morning of the keynote
As Covid-19 forces classes to go online, educators need to be more aware of the blind spots surrounding cultural norms that limit some Gulf-Arab women students' ability to participate.
ℳąhą Bąℓi, PhD مها بالي 🌵Agree with everything here by @ZoehurleyDubai
thx @DustinHosseini for sharing with me. Egypt is a different context but I grew up in Kuwait
Showing Their Faces Online Is Difficult for Some Arab Women: Educators Must Respond - Al-Fanar Media
There is something that bothers us about conversations about replacing face-to-face teaching with online learning: they often fall into a trap of assuming that incorporating synchronous interaction is the optimal way to make learning more...