3 Tips for Making Passion-Based Learning Work Successfully [Pierce]

3 Tips for Making Passion-Based Learning Work Successfully — from thejournal.com by Dennis Pierce Excerpt: Passion-based learning, a form of self-directed learning in which students […]

3 Promising Opportunities to Teach Your Kids From Home [Keiffenheim]

3 Promising Opportunities to Teach Your Kids From Home — from medium.com by Eva Keiffenheim These organizations innovate homeschooling. Excerpt: What follows are three organizations […]

Higher Education Needs to Move Toward Mass-Personalization [Fourtané]

Higher Education Needs to Move Toward Mass-Personalization — from fierceeducation.com by Susan Fourtané Excerpt: Every industry, from health sciences to marketing to manufacturing, is using […]

Common Anxieties in Beginning HyFlex: Learning to Teach a HyFlex Class [Beatty]

Common Anxieties in Beginning HyFlex: Learning to Teach a HyFlex Class — from hyflexlearning.org by Brian Beatty Excerpt: Not surprisingly, one of the biggest anxieties – […]

8 ways to keep learning and developing new skills while at home [Austin]

8 ways to keep learning and developing new skills while at home — from babbel.com by Alice Austin Being stuck inside doesn’t have to mean […]

Can colleges compete with companies like Coursera? [Seltzer]

Can colleges compete with companies like Coursera? — from highereddive.com by Rick Seltzer Arthur Levine discusses how trends like personalized education are unfolding, what’s driving […]

Resources from “The Science of Learning” [deansforimpact.org]

Resources from “The Science of Learning” — from deansforimpact.org Excerpt: The Science of Learning summarizes existing cognitive-science research on how students learn, and connects it to […]

Could AR and/or VR enable a massive 3D-based type of “Voicethread?” [Christian]

From DSC: What if we could quickly submit items for a group to discuss, annotate, and respond to — using whichever media format is available/preferable […]

150 learning theorists… 2500 years of learning theory… from Greeks to Geeks! [Clark]

150 learning theorists… 2500 years of learning theory… from Greeks to Geeks! — from onaldclarkplanb.blogspot.com by Donald Clark Excerpt: These were written as quick, readable […]

Surviving Among the Giants [Carlson]

Surviving Among the Giants — from chronicle.com by Scott Carlson As growth has become higher ed’s mantra, some colleges seek to stay small. Excerpts: The […]

Could Coursera become as prestigious as Harvard? This expert thinks so. [Young]

Could Coursera become as prestigious as Harvard? This expert thinks so. — from edsurge.com by Jeffrey R. Young Excerpt: Big changes are coming to higher […]

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