Some of the potential scenarios for higher ed in the fall — what’s our/your plans?

Fall Scenario #13: A HyFlex Model — from insidehighered.com by Edward Maloney and Joshua Kim Excerpt: In a HyFlex course, courses are delivered both in […]

L&D in Lockdown: What’s taking place? [Hart]

L&D in Lockdown: What’s taking place? — from modernworkplacelearning.com by Jane Hart Excerpt: So what are L&D doing differently? Zoom is still being used to power virtual […]

Dawn of the Age of Digital Learning [Moe & Rajendran]

Dawn of the Age of Digital Learning — from medium.com by Michael Moe and Vignesh Rajendran An Acceleration of Trends That Have Been Building for […]

“My Learning Journal”: Try using this tool to boost your learning & identify knowledge gaps [Christian]

From DSC: Here’s an idea that I’ve been thinking about for quite some time now. It’s not necessarily a new idea, but the seed got […]

This chart shows specific ways that teaching and learning can transfer to an online environment. [Pearson]

From Pearson: Just about every task and activity you carry out in the classroom on a daily basis has a digital equivalent. This chart shows […]

Shared Responsibilities: What It Will Take to Deliver a True National Lifelong Learning Ecosystem [Amyot]

Shared Responsibilities: What It Will Take to Deliver a True National Lifelong Learning Ecosystem — from evoLLLution.com by Denise Amyot | President and CEO, Colleges […]

The shift to remote learning: The human element [Lederman]

The shift to remote learning: The human element — from insidehighered.com by Doug Lederman & Company The current response is triage. We are adapting to […]

#GuildChat for 03/27/20: GuildChat Face-to-Face

Our next #GuildChat takes place On Zoom! This Friday, March 27th at 11am PT / 2pm ET. For the first time ever we’re taking #GuildChat […]

Learning ecosystems across the globe are going through massive changes! [Christian]

From DSC: Due to the impacts of the Coronavirus, learning ecosystems across the globe are going through massive changes! Each of us has our own […]

Some resources for teaching at home

From DSC: Below are some resources for teaching at home. And some of this (much of this?) is not typical homeschooling, just as much of […]

Don’t cancel or postpone your conference, workshop, or training – go digital

How we respond to the threat of a disaster is critical. Organizations planning physical-world events have a choice: You can cancel or postpone your event […]

“99% of us in the United States don’t use the math we learned in middle school and high school.”

? My wife sent me this video from John Bennett, a math teacher. This was posted to YouTube back on 11/8/11. In fact, if it […]

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