Reflections on Learning Success

Dr. Joel Gardner's thoughts on instructional design, learning, and success.

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How Your High Schooler can Earn College Credit Now!

 Just finished this podcast with Jennifer Cook-DeRosa, author of Homeschooling for College Credit.  Definitely worth a listen - some great ideas and simple ways for […]

Joel Gardner Mission and Values Statement

To be successful in life, one must be clear about what success is. I have reflected and written about my own personal purpose and values […]

My Home Work Space

 Just thought I would share my at-home office setup. I built this desk and am pretty proud of how great it looks and functions!

An experiment: 4 minutes to spark creativity and innovation

I have been doing some experimenting. I decided to put together a video with the intent to inspire creativity. My thought was that having a […]

Georges St-Pierre on Innovation

"When the status quo becomes your main weapon, your arsenal is diminished. When you can find no other way forward accept for repetition, your mistakes […]

Kauai Writers Conference - Day 2

Notes from Day 2 As mentioned previously, I am blogging my notes from the Kauai Writers Conference. It has been a meaningful experience, and I […]

Kauai Writers Conference - Day 3

Below are my notes from day 3 of the Kauai Writers Conference. It's been great advice and a wonderful experience at this conference, and I […]

Kauai Writers Conference - "Mastering the Art of Nonfiction" workshop

I have been attending the Kauai Writers Workshop here in Lihue, Hawaii. This has been an AMAZING experience, and I am so grateful for the […]

Kauai Writers Conference - Day 1

As I noted in a previous post, I am attending the Kauai Writers Conference in Lihue, Hawaii. It has been a great experience, and I […]

How to Do an Instructional Analysis - Intellectual Skills

How do you know what to teach, train, or design into your elearning? In this video, I share one strategy for breaking down and clarifying […]

My Learning Design Blog

This post is for the 11 people who actually read blogs, still. :) I am resurrecting one of my old YouTube channels - Learning Design. […]

Episode 06: Learning Professionals in the Workplace

Sometimes learning professionals get put into the "training box" and aren't able to truly partner effectively with others in their organization. In this episode of […]

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