Reading Research?

I was honored to have a colleague laud my Myths book (she was kind enough to also promote the newer learning science book), but it […]

Coping with Change: A Book Review of Flux by April Rinne

How do we cope with change? There’s a myth that we resist change, but Peter de Jaeger busted that in a talk I heard where […]

A new common tragedy?

Recently, my kids (heh, in their 20s) let me know that they don’t use Yelp. That actually surprised and puzzled me. Not specifically because of […]

My ‘Man on the Moon’ Project

There have been a variety of proposals for the next ‘man on the moon’ project since JFK first inspired us. This includes going to Mars, […]

Representation Matters

There is a deep sense of where and how representation matters. Then there are less critical, but still important ways in which presentation counts. It […]

2021 Top 10 Tools for Learning

As always, I like to participate in my Internet Time Alliance colleague Jane Hart’s Top 10 Tools for Learning survey. However, in reviewing last year’s […]

Exploring Exploration

 Learning, I suggest, is action and reflection. (And instruction should be designed action and guided reflection.) What that action typically ends up being is some sort of […]

New recommended readings

Of late, I’ve been reading quite a lot, and I’m finding some very interesting books. Not all have immediate take homes, but I want to […]

How to be an elearning expert

I was asked (and have been a time or two before): “What’s the one most important thing you’d like to tell to be successful Ed […]

The case for model answers (and a rubric)

As I’ve been developing online workshops, I’ve been thinking more about the type of assessment I want. Previously, I made the case for gated submissions. […]

What about books | conferences?

Responding to a frequent question yet again, I decided to post an answer to the “what about books | conferences?” question. And, as usual, the transcript. […]

Book hiccups

As much as writing books is something I do (and I’m immodestly proud of the outcomes), they don’t always come out the way I expect. […]

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