Author Archives: Camille Dempsey, Ed.D.
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
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
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…
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
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
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