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Ch 1: Introductions

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 […]

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Ch 1: Introductions

POV: You’re ready, Player One

Today, I caught myself thinking about how most people spend their lives in a similar fashion to a washing machine’s rinse-circle-and-repeat cycle. I’m not sure about everyone else reading this, but I’m pretty lazy when it comes to my laundry day habits; I make sure everything I wear (solid colored sweatshirts, solid colored and plain […]

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Ch 1: Introductions

A Step into the Unknown

Back to blogging, back to familiar territory. NetNarr is not a class I thought I would take. To be honest, I registered as a last minute course. Being a Bachelors in Elementary Education, I was keen on taking a graduate course in multilingualism for school but then a week before the semester started, I was […]

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Ch 1: Introductions

Cautious Optimism for Post Pandemic Education

As both an educator whose first year of teaching was interrupted by a pandemic and a graduate student whose first semester was entirely online, I’m becoming increasingly interested in the relationship between technology and education. The toolbox of digital resources available to teachers and students has been rapidly changing and expanding for years, but the […]

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Ch 1: Introductions Field Notes

Into the Rabbit Hole…

            I think like most of my experience in the English-Writing program so far, I am in a state of dazed confusion but intrigue after our first class. I initially wasn’t going to take this course because I was having to decide between a few paths I thought I should take; but in the end, […]

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Ch 1: Introductions

First Big Leap into the Unknown

Stepping into a world of written media is not new to me. I’ve dedicated a large part of my life being buried under heaps of words, idioms, metaphors, sentences and the like. It’s the reason why I chose to to pursue a degree in writing, in addition to a visual arts one. I try and […]