New Images of Education

Learning, e-learning, online learning, and what's happening in education now.

New Images of Education ranking

This blog ranks #581 in our Top E-Learning Blogs.

Copy and paste this code into any part of your blog to get a dynamic badge that automatically updates your rank every day.

Posts by New Images of Education

Contradictions in How We Think about Teaching

The discussion began about a year ago – something those of us who teach in higher ed have been aware of for some time.  Having […]

Blockchain: Letting students own their credentials 

When we think of blockchain, we usually think of cryptocurrency – or bitcoin.  In fact blockchain is a distributed database, a list of records tracked […]

Top down implementation of social learning doesn’t work 

We can’t force people to participate, and we can’t force them to learn.  We can require that they complete learning – check the box exercises. […]

The Rise of Interconnected Learning

“…how people learn is also becoming more fluid and efficient.”  Yes.   The article below discusses what multi-modal learning looks like – a new definition […]

5 Ways To Think, And Act, Like A Digital Technology Leader

When I read the title of this article by Joe McKendrick on the Forbes site, I thought it would be more of what we often […]

Top 10 Education Technologies that Will Be Dead and Gone in the Next Decade

  When I saw the title of this article, I climbed the ladder of inference…oh, I won’t agree with them.  I was surprised that in […]

Jobs. Learning. “The Forgotten Americans” and The 2016 Election.

How did we get here? Disruptive innovation. We need new focus on adult education.. How did this happen? How many times do we hear this […]

Distance Learning and How It Helps You Achieve More

While this article is from the Haitian News, it is a view of how just one country is able to benefit by investment in distance […]

Is technology killing the art of conversation? 

This is an ongoing conversation, often discussed by Sherry Turkle (“Alone Together”) and others.  Killing the art of conversation?  Or changing how we interact?  There […]

Pedagogy Before Technology – Sometimes?

Excellent article by George Couros.  I often use the phrase “Pedagogy Before Technology” and am mindful of the ways technology can get in between the […]

A Crowd-sourced List of Google Cardboard Apps & Videos

  From one of my favorite sites, a list of apps and videos for your Google Cardboard – fun!  It was crowdsourced at ISTE – […]

Instructional Design Must Focus on Learning Outcomes, Not Learning Activities 

<<It’s no secret that kids learn better when teachers provide learning activities that keep them engaged. Teachers work tirelessly to plan engaging lessons that capture […]

LOAD MORE