On the value of communities
The last few years have brought me into contact with a wide range of professional communities, and people from all over the globe. While it may sound obvious, if you’re part of an underrepresented group, I encourage you to look for communities where you can ask for help, help others, learn and more importantly, connect…
Moving beyond the familiar
Photo by Simon Berger on Unsplash The most striking fact is: It has been valuable to slow down to reflect and adjust priorities.The frequency of posts may not change, yet there will be plenty of lessons to share. Grateful for the folks that have shared their experiences and advice with me until now.
Why we should promote inclusion in the playground
We talk a lot about inclusion in the classroom, but what about the playground?
One Dear World
How to teach children about diversity and inclusion One Dear World started out when Winnie Mak Tselikas was looking for a toy for her son. It occurred to her that there were no suitable toys that would represent the world in its diversity. This is how she and Rafael Tselikas came up with the idea…