A One Minute Reflection

One assignment that I think would be fun and reflective of the content learned in the course is doing a one-minute video. Through this video each student could reflect one or several things learned throughout the semester in the course. Students can get creative as much as they want. Whether making an animated video through … Continue reading A One Minute Reflection


One Egyptian social media phenomenon that people are really fond of nowadays is Tameem Younes. Tameem Younes is a YouTuber who used to have a show called “Raseeni” for the purpose of entertaining people. He used to create videos with punchlines, graphics and skits talking about pathetic weird questions that made people laugh. I remember … Continue reading Curation

Do Not Track

So I’ve watched the third episode of Do Not Track Season 1 named “Like Mining.” I found it the most interesting one of all episodes as Facebook is the most social media network I use. The episode talked about how simple actions like liking a Facebook post or a fan group says a lot about … Continue reading Do Not Track

Soliya Reflection

Soliya was a new and interesting experience for me. Before the program had even started, I thought the whole idea was kind of weird. My mind kept overthinking and asking questions like “what are we going to talk about for 2 hours a week? What if my group doesn’t get a long? It’s going to … Continue reading Soliya Reflection

First Draft of Our Game

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1w48-di0D80hxeSIQfWOoXfIPtbAiERjpB_3JexbwiWg/edit?usp=sharing Our game revolves around street beggars and ‘parking helpers.’ Everyday all Egyptians encounter situations similar to the ones in the game causing a dilemma whether to give money to the one in need or not. We created this game to give the player some choices with different outcomes and realize how their voluntary contributions … Continue reading First Draft of Our Game

CLT Symposium

On March 4, 2019, I attended a workshop that talked about student and faculty partnership. The workshop was about how students and faculty should be more of a team rather than just have a student and professor relationship. A student must be ready and willing to learn in a course while a professor should be … Continue reading CLT Symposium

Playing Games

It’s been a decade now ever since I’ve been assigned to play games for a class assignment. The last time I was assigned to play games for a grade was back in middle school in grade 6 or 7 where there was this game on a website called freerice.com where one had to answer random … Continue reading Playing Games