Together, we can build our capacities and make space to live communal lives. My research, teaching, and youth work all point to ways to make this possible.
In Spring 2015, I'm co-teaching a course on Multicultural Inclusive Learning and Teaching. It's a MOOC variant we are calling an "OOPS" -- Open, Online, Participatory Seminar -- because, OOPS! sometimes we say the wrong thing and need to work it out, OOPS! we're gathering to talk about this topic, OOPS! this doesn't look how it's supposed to. Come join us: learning4all.net.
I'm a Ph.D. student at the University of Minnesota in Youth Studies & Social Work, a contributing editor for HybridPedagogy.com, a Research Justice Team member @Youthprise and a HASTAC Scholar. You can view my academic profile at Academia.edu, ResearchGate, and Google Scholar.
I'm the host of The OKCast, a podcast and blog covering the Open Knowledge, Education, Government, Science, Source, and Data movement - or as I take it, what can be a movement toward #DataJustice. Find us on Twitter @TheOKCast.