Earl Einarson

Indigenous Adult Educator

Research Theoretical Framework to explore

My ARP Applied Research Project of my MALAT program requires a TF Theoretical Framework on which my research will be built. A Theoretical Framework that interests me greatly and one which I am examining further in order to see if… Continue Reading →

Disseminating My Research Topic

I have reached a milestone in my MALAT program. I have reached the point in this program where my work will move from consumption to creation. It is an exciting point to come to. In this program we have covered… Continue Reading →

3-2-1 Revisited

This is a revisit post after our MALAT class spent 4 weeks delivering 4 separate facilitation modules that were created and delivered by groups of students in the program. Each group chose a subject and utilized various forms of digital… Continue Reading →

Community of Inquiry – Tools for Indigenous Learning Circles Infographic

An effective Community of Inquiry is created through facilitation; as Vaughn et al point out; “Of all aspects of the Community of Inquiry framework, the activities of facilitation are the most critical; facilitation manages the overlap between all three presences… Continue Reading →

3-2-1 Facilitate

3 thoughts about digital facilitation Digital facilitation has become a buzz idea recently, given the need for most educational institutions and educational organizations to move into the online space. For some institutions this might be its first foray into establishing… Continue Reading →

Emotions in Reflective Practice

Boud, Keogh, and Walker’s (1985) model of reflection invites a view of reflective practice that is grounded in our emotions. I’ve taken this model as a beginning format in order to enable myself to reflect back on the work that… Continue Reading →

A Critical Academic Reflection on Advanced Ed Tech

Educational Technology can be a difficult term to define. In my classes presentations many examples of Ed Tech were explored and commented on by the presenting group. Many of the Ed Tech examples that were used to illustrate the wide… Continue Reading →

On reflection of the possibility of an Indigenous informed MOOC

MOOC’s (massive open online courses) hit their zenith in 2012 with The New York Times proclaiming that the year was the Year of the MOOC (Pappano, 2012). Since then the acronym has become familiar to most within education, and will… Continue Reading →

A Leadership Reflection

The COVID-19 world-wide pandemic has changed everything. But at times like this, where change is everywhere, and encompasses almost all aspects of our lives, the need for creating change management plans and project plans become even more of a priority…. Continue Reading →

Project Management vs. Change Management

Change Management can be thought of as the process of changing people’s thought patterns within an organization. Project Management may be envisioned as the pragmatic, practical steps that need to be designed for the change within an organization to take… Continue Reading →

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