Shame Cycles and Twitter Rage

While scrolling through Twitter recently I kept coming across explicit mentions of shame. Shame associated with being called out for misogyny/homophobia/racism/islamophobia/transphobia/ or ableism; shame for avoiding debt paperwork; shame for not knowing better… And each time I could relate, relate, relate. I want to try to reconstruct some of what was going through my mind… Continue reading Shame Cycles and Twitter Rage

The conversation is happening

  Yesterday as I scrolled through my twitter feed one tweet led me to a blog post by Gino Bondi, “What Questions are You Asking?”¬† In this post he writes,”The real work, the elbows deep in learning stuff, is in leading the potentially¬†difficult conversations around what learning should look like.”¬† This struck me as a… Continue reading The conversation is happening