Posted at 21:49h
Part 3: Mathematics Pedagogy with Culturally Responsive Approach
When designing culturally responsive approach to mathematics pedagogy, there are two main questions that warrant a reflective look. First, do ethnomathematics have a place in a mathematics classroom? And, if the answer to the first question is affirmative,...
Posted at 21:47h
Part 2 -The interview.
Following the intense few weeks of familiarising myself with Jewish ethnomathematics, I was very curious to gain an insight on the topic from someone, closely aligned with the subject. While my current immediate surrounds, both socially and professionally, have little to do...
Posted at 21:44h
Image: Secrets of the Hebrew Alphabet (Vopus, 2019)
My previous foray into academia was in the area of linguistics. And, while I didn’t get to learn everything I associated with the field, one of the courses has introduced me to the area I find to be...
Posted at 01:53h
I was lucky enough to photograph at Baby Massage classes, run by the lovely Debra Sirone at Nurture Me Massage. Lots of squishy babies and a lot of love! Have a great deal of images to share, but only a few media releases so far,...
Posted at 01:01h
[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_empty_space height="32px"][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Recently, I got to revisit one of my favorite maternity photography spots - Alligator creek.
It was my model's, Kate's idea, and I'm oh so glad she suggested it!
It only took a couple of good rains early last month, and the creek has got...
Posted at 03:05h
First blog post ion my new website, and it's not about babies/kids' photography!
Well, as much as I enjoy children's vivacity and candour, sometimes it is refreshing to work with someone who is willing to follow instructions! There is nothing better to stop the creative juices...