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Experimentation specifics

I’m obviously a fan of innovation, and experimentation is a big component of innovation. However, I fear I haven’t really talked about the specifics.  The […]

Application-based Instruction

A number of years ago, I wrote about activity-based learning.  And I firmly stand behind the model there. It’s not a major campaign, but quietly […]

Editing, process, topics, and other reflections

My lass let me know there was a typo in my recent post on Transformation.  I’m thrilled that she’s reading them (!), but she triggered […]

Citations

Following on my thoughts on writing yesterday, this was a topic that didn’t fit (the post got too long ;).  So here we go..  Colleagues […]

Trends for 2019?

It’s already started!  Like Christmas (which morally shouldn’t be even be thought about before Thanksgiving), requests for next year’s trends should be on hold until […]

Transformation!

I’m a fan of the notion of ‘learning experience design’ (not so sure about platforms; I need to investigate them more ;).  The idea of integrating effective […]

Developing learning to learn skills

I’m an advocate of meta-learning, that is: learning to learn. Not just because it’s personally empowering, but because it can and should be organizationally empowering. The […]

Content Confusion

I read, again and again, about the importance of ‘content’ in learning. And I don’t disagree, but…I think there’s still a problem about it. And […]

And the myths go on

Yet another silly post I stumbled upon.  And last week at a conf someone said they liked my take-downs. If you disagree, let me know, […]

Making Multiple Choice work

For sins in my past, I’ve been thinking about assessments a bit lately. And one of the biggest problems comes from trying to find solutions […]

Competencies and Innovation?

This may seem like an odd pairing, so bear with me.  I believe that we want to find ways to support organizations moving in the […]

Intellectricity

Many years ago, I met a guy who worked for Apple. They were allowed to have their own job titles, and his was “Intellectrician”. I […]

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