Online Education Statistics 2021

Online learning blew up last year. Thanks to the shutting down of schools, universities, and all other major educational institutions, the shift to remote education […]

What Disruptive Consumer Tech Products Can Teach The EdTech Industry

Why education hasn't seen as much disruption as EdTech evangelists predicted, and where education innovators should look for inspiration. This post was first published on […]

RPP #192: Liz Simon of General Assembly

Click the Title to Play or Download. Interview with Liz Simon, Chief Operating Officer of General Assembly. General Assembly is a pioneer in education and […]

eLearning Has Improved In The Last 7 Years...

A student in 2014 and a student in 2021 would probably have the same fundamental online learning experience. Yet online learning has changed dramatically in […]

ShapingEDU Winter Games: Driving and Intersecting with the Dreamers and Doers

There are conferences that start and end on a pre-announced schedule; you step away from work, you attend them, you enjoy them, and then you […]

MOOCs: The Game Changer In Online Learning

MOOCs or Massive Open Online Courses started pretty recently, in the year 2006. The term MOOC was coined by Dave Cormier. This post was first […]

Slashed: Replacing Economic, Social Leadership Role Of Educational Institutions

As peculiar as the current crisis is, roads to recovery follow a historical beat. Universities and other society’s thought centers move first. First, they gather […]

How To Build An Online MOOC With Free And Open Source Tools

Updated on October 28, 2020. Are you also looking to start teaching an online MOOC course? Maybe a Free and Open Learning Management System can […]

Learning, Innovation, and Instagram (#IITB, Pt. 2 of 4): Building a Community of Learning

I’m watching—and, more importantly, participating in—the growth of another community of learning—the one fostered by writer-presenter-educator George Couros through the “Innovate Inside the Box [#IITB] […]

Learning, Innovation, and Instagram (#IITB, Pt. 3 of 4): Building Character(istics)

To display the character—and the characteristics—of the Innovator’s Mindset requires us to be observant, be creators, be resilient, and be reflective, George Couros and Katie […]

Learning, Innovation, and Instagram (#IITB, Pt. 4 of 4): On “Reading” Innovate Inside the Box

Sometimes a book can be much more than what rests upon its pages. It can be a catalyst. A meeting place. An invitation to engage […]

Learning, Innovation, and Instagram (#IITB): The Questions That Inspire Us

I’m learning to use Instagram as a tool to foster training-teaching-learning. Not because friends and colleagues told me I should be on Instagram. (They did.) […]

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