While reading “Intentionally Equitable Hospitality in Hybrid Video Dialogue: The context of virtually connecting” I found that this is an article that educators should read. As we have now reached a full year of virtual instruction, one may believe that they are aware of the difficulties that hybrid instruction brings, but it is clear that […]
Do You Really Care?
I immediately resonated with the opening paragraph of Gabriela Saldanha’s, “The Post Pandemic University and the Caring Gap.” As lockdown began, I can recall scrolling through my social media accounts only to continuously view others stating, “this is the time to find yourself,” “you have no excuse to not tackle the new hobby you’ve always […]
An Interesting Ride
When scheduling my courses for the Spring 2021 semester, I was unsure of what I wanted my third class to be. Truly speaking, I was confused about what this class would entail. When Dr. Zamora provided us insight last semester, I didn’t know if this course would be the right fit for me. I then […]