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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 […]

‘Aren’t MOOCs online learning?’ 

Source: I am so happy to see Tony Bates’ article because, even years after MOOCs appeared on the scene, articles still confuse MOOCs with for-credit […]

Why e-learning is better than face-to-face learning (is it?)

E- This article caught my eye in my Feedly reader today.  While the author aptly describes bad e-learning, there is also bad classroom learning – […]

Learning Theories: Double-Loop Learning

One of my favorite adult learning theories, Double-Loop Learning, coined by Chris Argyris, is in an article on +TeachThought .  Always interesting that theories traditionally put […]

Flipgrid – A Tool You Need to Try

By now almost everyone has heard of it, but if you teach online or use any kind of blended format, FlipGrid is a must have. […]

Active Learning: In Need of Deeper Exploration 

“A cursory review of what’s considered to be active learning, makes one feature clear: it engages students individually and collectively to different degrees.” Active learning […]

Could Slack Be the Next Online Learning Platform?

This article from EdSurge is about Slack for Learning. While I personally like Slack very much, there is a pushback movement about its always on […]

Why Organizations Forget What They Learn from Failures

“It’s tough to innovate and be safe at the same time.” Yes, it is.  In a larger organization, unless you are Google, Facebook, or similar […]

The World’s Most Innovative Companies | Fast Company

This just goes to prove that you don’t need to be a tech company or a startup to innovate.  Further question of the “disruptive innovation” […]

The Open Syllabus Project Gathers 1,000,000 Syllabi from Universities & Reveals the 100 Most Frequently-Taught Books | Open Culture

Fantastic resource, and interesting to see so many syllabi.  We see other syllabi in #connectedcourses but this is the first time I’ve seen them collected […]

DON’T Skip the Needs Analysis! Here’s Why.

No matter how unnecessary a Needs Analysis may look to you, Shift says don’t skip it!  And they are right.  Figuring out the skills gap, […]

This is How Some of America’s Best Teachers Spend Their Time — Bright

“Teaching is one of the most important roles in our society.” People don’t realize how much teachers actually do – but they fit incredible amounts […]

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