COVID-19 Symptom Progression

(As known today and supported with evidence) I have been frustrated by the flood of misinformation, dangerous myths, and fear-based speculations that seem ever present during this crisis. As such, I have put together some of what is known today, as supported by published evidence. First off, no disease follows a specific set of rules or guidelines for presentation.  COVID-19 is no different.  It is … Continue reading COVID-19 Symptom Progression

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Video Collaboration Gate Crashing (Zoom-bombing)

Although I have not personally experienced gate crashing of my online classes or meetings, colleagues of mine have, and there continues to be increasing reports of this happening with institutions, organizations, and educators.  This development is especially concerning given the current COVID-19 crisis and so many educators moving online to facilitate their lessons. What Is It? Video Collaboration Gate Crashing, also known as Zoom-bombing, is … Continue reading Video Collaboration Gate Crashing (Zoom-bombing)

Hiatus

Hello friends, apologies for the absence of up-to-date and current posts.  I have just completed a move to beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia.  As you can imagine with a sudden move, the past couple of months has been very busy. I am settling into a new position with Justice Institute of British Columbia and hope to be posting regular content again soon.   Thank you for … Continue reading Hiatus

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Design Principles: The Paramedic Educator

Design principles sound like something reserved for artists, graphic designers and hipsters.  In fact, design principles are a tool to help ensure better, more consistent experiences for a user.  The user can be an organizations team members, customers,  clients, or in our case – the student. Continue reading Design Principles: The Paramedic Educator