Reda Sadki's blog

I’m an educational innovator with two decades of experience in doing new things in new ways to do more, do better, and reach further – and to do good. On the blog, I share interviews, insights and analysis around humanitarian education, educational technology for development, and other topics.

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Mission accomplished

We won. The former school teacher and humanitarian trainer who argued vociferously that nothing would ever supplant face-to-face training is now running a MOOC. The […]

Relishing change

Jack Welch in General Electric’s Annual Report, nearly two decades ago: We’ve long believed that when the rate of change inside an institution becomes slower than […]

#DigitalScholar Apprenticeship

(Please do share this announcement with promising learning leaders in your network. Your support is much appreciated. – Reda) The Geneva Learning Foundation, together with LSi and the […]

Meeting of the minds

This is my presentation for the Geneva Learning Foundation, first made at the Swiss Knowledge Management Forum (SKMF) round table held on 8 September 2016 […]

Towers of technology

This came up in one of the Live Learning Moments in the first week of the Geneva Learning Foundation’s #DigitalScholar course: This is for Reda: […]

Tower of Babel

What happens when a fledgling, start-up foundation convenes learning leaders from all over the world to explore digital learning? Over 800 participants from 103 countries have […]

Insomnia against the grain – and putting Bloom to bed

Summer 2016, Day 1. “So, that puts to bed Bloom’s Taxonomy… that reliable workhorse,” sighed C. “What do we use in its place?” “We don’t”, […]

Beyond MOOCs: the democratization of digital learning

It is with some trepidation that I announce the Geneva Learning Foundation’s first open access digital course in partnership with the University of Illinois College of Education and […]

Inventing by investing in new business models for humanitarian training

Through research and broad sector collaboration, a consensus has emerged on the recognition that uneven quality of personnel is a major limiting factor in humanitarian […]

How close to the village can a global, digital education initiative get?

This is the final in a series of five blog posts reflecting on what is at stake in how we learn lessons from the Ebola crisis that erupted in […]

Why learning is key to the strategic shift in how the world manages health crises

This is the second in a series of five blog posts reflecting on what is at stake in how we learn lessons from the Ebola crisis that erupted in […]

Online learning around Ebola so far

This is the third in a series of five blog posts reflecting on what is at stake in how we learn lessons from the Ebola crisis that erupted in […]

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