Knowledge Narratives

An occasional outlet for thoughts on eLearning, Knowledge, Stories/Narratives, Instructional Design, and anything else that comes to mind.

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Pythagoras and Storyline - A Tale of Learning

During my most recent "transition period" between employment relationships, I discovered that I'd started to fall a bit into the dreaded gray area between one […]

Carl Sagan on the Magic of Books (TftD #22)

Thought for the Day: "What an astonishing thing a book is. It's a flat object made from a tree with flexible parts on which are […]

Sir Ken Robinson - The Swinging Pendulum of Ed Reform

Recently, in the TAG Workplace Learning Society group on LinkedIn, there was a posting of the famous TED Talk that Sir Ken Robinson gave in […]

TftD #21

The nature of an innovation is that it will arise at a fringe where it can afford to become prevalent enough to establish its usefulness […]

TftD #20

I am not worried if scientists go and explain everything. This is for a very simple reason: an impala sprinting across the Savannah can be […]

Idea: MOOC's Completion Problem and Loss Aversion

A few days ago, in the Instructional Design group on LinkedIn, Franciso Costa posted a thread about an upcoming MOOC on The Future of Storytelling. […]

The Future Has Arrived: Leap Motion

It was only a little over a decade ago that I went to the theater to see Minority Report with Tom Cruise and my jaw […]

The Irrelevance of Educational Horseless Carriages

A few weeks ago, a meme popped up within the Education community that put me a little on my heels, forcing me to reconsider the 'educational […]

TftD #19

Everyone is a genius.  But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing it's […]

PBS Superheroes Save The Future!

Who will save humanity from "...brain-shrinking reality TV and watch the world...LEARN!"? It's the "PBS Avengers" - Carl Sagan, Mister Rogers, Bill Nye (the Science […]

TftD #18

As children get older, schools progressively focus more and more above the waist… above the neck… slightly to one side. --Sir Ken Robinson

TftD #17

Our children grow up in a culture permeated with the idea that there are "smart people" and "dumb people". The social construction of the individual […]

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