Building on my background in Education through Art, I've been informally studying and practicing* elements of Montessori pedagogy, Reggio Emilia, and Forest School without seeking certification. At the same time I've been formally training in Steiner pedagogy (nature-focused, mindfulness-, freeplay- and observation-based, radically inclusive, and community-embedded --at least in its ideal forms) which has vastly deepened my… Continue reading – Can you tell me more about “Teacher Training in Steiner Early Childhood Ed and Elementary Education”?
I am very interested in educational technology on the level of policy. I see educational technology as part of the public sphere. I would like to see its architecture approached the same way we approach the architecture of any civic / educational construct, anything intended as a learning environment with the fundamental social function of fostering conflict… Continue reading – Are you into educational technology at all?
Untitled draft by Sylvat Aziz (2018). Pencil on light paper print. Image of the Mammari Buffer Zone. | Άτιτλο προσχέδιο της Sylvat Aziz (2018). Μολύβι σε ελαφριά εκτύπωση σε χαρτί. Εικόνα της Νεκρής Γραμμής, Μάμμαρι. This circle was initially conceived as a lecture entitled "Theodora's freedom: Notes on Foucault's governmentality, Haraway's 'staying with the trouble', and… Continue reading A circle on big and small transgressions, more or less illegal art, and other braving zones | Κύκλος για μεγάλες και μικρές παραβάσεις, περισσότερο ή λιγότερο παράνομη τέχνη, και άλλα braving zones.
I wouldn't say that issues of racism and sexism are out of place or that they don't belong in the free software movement, or that they are separate from it. I would say that the free software movement is connected and complementary to struggles against systemic oppression and exploitation, by focusing on the computing field … Continue reading Gender, race, and the free software movement
I wonder about the assisted reproductive technology industry and whether anyone is looking into how free or unfree their practices might be. I got rid of my smartphone which means an entirely different workload and relationship with labour. With Jano now three years old and roaming, it's counterproductive to carry a laptop, and creating computer… Continue reading You’re never far from my mind (a message to the Free World)
Όχι μόνο εύηχη και πλούσια, αλλά και το πολιτισμικό πλαίσιο στο οποίο βάζεις τον γιο σου και εμάς που τυγχάνει να είμαστε κοντά είναι υπέροχο, γεμάτο λεπτές, μαγευτικές ευαισθησίες. Τα δικά μου Ελληνικά είναι σκουριασμένα, και όχι μόνο αυτό: μου ήταν σημαντικό (ακτιβιστικό ακόμα) να αναπτύξω τρόπο διδασκαλίας στην Κυπριακή διάλεκτο, με αποδοχή των ελλείψεων… Continue reading Η γλώσσα σου είναι πανέμορφη
You are not alone. We are together in this. There's endless love here for you. Your nephew proves it. Here is endless possibility for gentle cooperation, warm companionship, co-existence. And there is desire for these things. I wish to share with you my survival mechanisms, my ways of resolving our trauma. Of the chaos they… Continue reading For my brothers
Dear Bassel Khartabil, responding to your call in this climate of urgency has been a liberating experience. Your work is especially heartening in the midst of an international climax that defies our previous definitions of conflict, and our understanding of its geographies. I was reminded of the significance of this in the emergency room yesterday:… Continue reading War-zones and battle-fronts / Dear Bassel Khartabil / Free culture