Author Archives: Camille Dempsey, Ed.D.

About Camille Dempsey, Ed.D.

Cultural Theorist - Educator - Educational Technologist - Media Strategist LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/camilledempsey/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jcdempsey3

A Book Chapter is in The Works

In the last few months our culture has been an extremely interesting thing to study. We have all been following Twitter adventures of Donald Trump and voter responses through social media: Wow, the ratings are in and Arnold Schwarzenegger got … Continue reading

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I am a PQAS-Certified Instructor!

Last weekend I received my PQAS Specialty Certification! For those of you not familiar with this, PQAS stands for “Pennsylvania Quality Assurance System.” This certification will allow me to offer courses through Pennsylvania’s Professional Development Registry for the early learning … Continue reading

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Hello Radio

I always get nervous before presenting something to an audience. Just the thought of it, makes my heart beat a little faster until I just let go and release into what needs to be done. Amazing this feeling never goes … Continue reading

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Looking Forward to 2015

2014  The past year was a very good one. As I reflect on 2014 there were many wonderful moments accompanied by the usual challenges of life, which I believe makes one stronger and more resilient. Reflecting on the last 12 months … Continue reading

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Dissertation On The Theory of Virtuality

My dissertation work in virtuality theory has been published online here. I will be working on an outline for a series of articles on the topic. More here soon…      

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Developing A Vision Of Virtuality

Three months ago I defended my dissertation. This work allowed me to explore a new Theory of Virtuality that I developed through the expansion of Walter Ong‘s Theories of Orality and Literacy (which are addressed in his book – Orality … Continue reading

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Going Over The Edge

It has been a tiring week filled with adventure, creativity and challenge… And that is a good thing. A very good thing. I love my work… which includes teaching… Yesterday, I believe some of my students went over the edge. … Continue reading

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What We Can We Learn from Little Miss Muffet about The Arts and Technology

During a recent residency visit, I observed one of the Art in Action teaching artists, Rand Whipple from Box of Light, telling the story of Little Miss Muffet to a class of first graders. However, it wasn’t your typical traditional “reading” … Continue reading

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Exploring The Zoomy

Stopped into Teaching Touches today and discovered this gem of a technology gadget. See the little egg-shaped device connected to the tablet? It is sitting on top of a $1 bill. The detail on the screen shows the detail on … Continue reading

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Exploring, Moving & Finishing

This picture says it all. It feels like I have been on top of a cloud for 5040 hours. That is the exact number of hours since I last wrote a blog post here as I have been exploring, moving … Continue reading

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