Rebekah Edwards writes, teaches and consults on pedagogy, poetics, archives, & art. She brings to her work years of classroom experience, a passion for teaching strategies that engage multiple and diverse learning styles, a commitment to pedagogies rooted in social justice and creative praxis, a well-honed ability to listen to and support students and faculty in articulating and achieving their goals; and a playful (albeit strategic) sense of humor.
Saraleah Fordyce is a painter and educator engaged in critical thinking, clarity, optimism, and the process of learning. Her recent work has focused on the co-evolution of images and health, the normalizing effects of representation, and how social dynamics are designed. Saraleah has been researching, implementing, and leading others to experiment with course structure as it is being taught so that learning is experienced as a co-discovery with students.