Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | September 18, 2020

“We live in a society absolutely dependent on science and technology and yet have cleverly arranged things so that almost no one understands science and […]

DC: You want to talk about learning ecosystems?!!? Check out the scopes included in this landscape from HolonIQ!

Also see: From DSC: If this isn’t mind-blowing, I don’t know what is! Some serious morphing lies ahead of us!

[K12] Best Practices for Teaching Online [Laurel Springs School]

[K12] Best Practices for Teaching Online — from Laurel Springs School; with thanks to The Journal for their article on this entitled, “While Schools Go […]

Tips for Helping Remote Workers Prepare for Learning Success

More and more businesses are realizing the need for (and the benefits of) remote work. It’s not just about dealing with the ongoing effects of […]

What is Blended Learning?

Is instructor-led training (ILT) a thing of the past (you know, pre-2020), or do companies still use it? If that question makes you nervous, don’t […]

“Teaching in a Hybrid Classroom – What’s Working, What’s Not” [Bruff] + “Active Learning in Hybrid and Physically Distanced Classrooms” [Bruff]

Teaching in a Hybrid Classroom – What’s Working, What’s Not — from derekbruff.org by Derek Bruff Excerpt: Now that we’re a few weeks into the […]

Friday Finds: The Best of Learning, Design & Technology | September 11, 2020

The best way to have good ideas is to have lots of ideas. Linus Paulding I’m in the middle of preparing for a keynote about […]

What parents of special needs children should know about the school year [Slagter]

What parents of special needs children should know about the school year — from mlive.com by Martin Slagter Excerpts: Embarking on a new school year […]

Are Economics classes talking about our current situation in the U.S.? [Christian]

From DSC: Are Economics classes across the United States talking about our current situation? It seems to me that this kind of discussion would be […]

DC: Yet another example of the changes occurring in the learning ecosystems out there.

From DSC: Yet another example of the changes occurring in the learning ecosystems out there. COVID-19 Fuels Big Enrollment Increases in Virtual Schools — from […]

Today’s awkward Zoom classes could bring a new era of higher education [Spar]

Today’s awkward Zoom classes could bring a new era of higher education — from edsurge.com by Debra Spar Excerpt: Indeed, the forced march to Zoom […]

#GuildChat Going Forward

#GuildChat is a highlight for us. We really enjoy hosting the community conversations on ed tech and learning and are far from ending it’s long […]

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