Author Archives: nasim

The Visions of Students Today

This is interesting to watch by Michael Wesch. He is an associate professor of cultural anthropology at Kansas State University. He focuses on media ecology and the emerging field of digital ethnography, including the study of the effect of new … Continue reading Continue reading

Nasim’s Auto/ethnography Essay

Background I was born in Iran, with a Caucasian background and raised up as a Muslim – Shiite. I speak in Farsi which sometimes is referred to as Persian. I come from a family, who has greatly emphasized academic education … Continue reading Continue reading

Dialogue

I started reading the book ‘Dialogue and The Art of Thinking Together’. The author explains that “dialogue” is a Greek word and means ‘flow of meaning’. He believes that dialogue is a tool that can surface our understandings and perceptions, … Continue reading Continue reading

Hello world!

I am very excited to start a new blog and find new experiences by using it as an education tool.
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