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Labels, models, and drives

In my post last week on engagement, I presented the alignment model from my Engaging Learning book on designing learning experiences. And as I thought about the […]


In a meeting today, I was asked “how do you define engagement”, and I found it an intriguing question. I don’t know that I have […]

Another Day Another Myth-Ridden Hype Piece

Some days, it feels like I’m playing whack-a-mole. I got an email blast from an org (need to unsubscribe) that included a link that just […]

Why Myths Matter

I’ve called out a number of myths (and superstitions, and misconceptions) in my latest tome, and I’m grateful people appear to be interested.  I take […]

Where’s Clark? Fall 2018/Spring 2019 Events Schedule

Here’re the events where I’ll be through the last quarter of this year, and into the next. Of course, you can always find out what’s […]

Wise technology?

At a recent event, they were talking about AI (artificial intelligence) and DI (decision intelligence). And, of course, I didn’t know what the latter was […]

ONE level of exaggeration

I’ve argued before that we should be thinking about exaggeration in our learning design. And I’ve noticed that it’s a dramatic trick in popular media. […]

Post popularity?

My colleague, Will Thalheimer, asked what posts were most popular (if you blog, you can participate too).  For complicated reasons, I don’t have Google Analytics […]

Example Diagram

No, not a diagram that’s an example, a diagram about examples!  I created this because I needed a diagram to represent examples. I’ve written about […]

Revisiting personal learning

A number of years ago, I tried a stab at an innovation process. And I was reminded of it thinking about personal learning, and looked […]

Labels and roles

I was just reflecting on the different job labels there are. Some of the labels are trendy, some are indicative, but there’s potentially a lot […]

Are Decisions the Key?

A number of years ago, now, Brenda Sugrue posited that Bloom’s Taxonomy was wrong. And, she proposed a simpler framework. I’ve never been a fan […]

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