I’ve had a awesome crazy amazing 2019, and I wanted to share a few highlights, personal and professional, that have made my year!
Finished my Masters degree in Professional Education & Training
This degree saw me become a part-time hermit, read so many research papers that I thought my brain would explode, and cry on more than one occasion.
More than anything though it gave me an appreciation for how much of a journey professional learning is. How much learning is irrevocably linked to our egos, identities, and preconceptions. How much we box up and pigeonhole learning into professions and tight areas when really it’s learning along the boundaries between them that’s full of the most tenacious issues. How much learning is vulnerable, and messy, and if you’re doing it properly, it can sometimes make you feel really crappy.Continue reading →