The right stuff

Well that was unexpected. When I hit the Publish button on Not our job, I braced myself for a barrage of misunderstanding and its evil […]

Not our job

Despite the prevailing rhetoric for the Learning & Development function to be “data driven”, data for the purposes of evaluating what we do is notoriously […]

How to Choose Sessions at #macul18

Every year I have the privilege of helping several teachers from my school district prepare for the annual Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning […]

My Second Research Publication

I developed the Online Community of Inquiry Syllabus RubricĀ© (OCOISR) during my doctoral studies with the support of my Professor, Dr. James Van Haneghan, and […]

Assessment and Evaluation in Learning

In the area of learning and development, assessment is often confused with evaluation. So, what is the difference? As a learning designer, how can you […]

Five Foundations for Online Learning

After this year of new experiences, districts are busy working on plans for next year. Although many plan on returning to in-person instruction, others are […]

Program Evaluation Reference guide

During my doctoral studies in instructional design, I studied program evaluation. It was one of my favorite courses. I like the challenge of investigating situations […]

Evaluate Answers in Adobe Captivate Text Entry Boxes

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Semantics, semantics

I dislike grammar jokes, pedants, and Oxford commas. That’s my jovial way to end a year that will be remembered as a tough one for […]

Scaling up

In Roses are red, I proposed definitions for oft-used yet ambiguous terms such as “competency” and “capability”. Not only did I suggest a competency be […]

#GuildChat for 06/19/20: Leadership and Learning

#GuildChat returns this Friday, June 19 at 11am PT / 2pm ET. Our topic is Leadership and Learning. Leadership in organizations can be defined in […]

Unhappy sheets

Few things in the L&D profession attract as much disdain as the Level 1 evaluation survey. Known colloquially as the “happy sheet”, the humble questionnaire […]

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