The ‘late adopter’ strategy

I was asked about the latest techno-hype, bionic reading. At the same time, there’s a discussion happening about learning affordances of the metaverse. I realize […]

We need design thinking to rethink/redesign the cradle-to-grave learning ecosystems out there. [Christian]

From DSC: The items below made me reflect on the need to practice some serious design thinking to rethink/redesign the cradle-to-grave learning ecosystems out there. […]

Why So Many Teachers Are Leaving, and Why Others Stay [Gonzalez]

Why So Many Teachers Are Leaving, and Why Others Stay — from cultofpedagogy.com by Jennifer Gonzalez Excerpts: It’s no exaggeration to say that a big […]

Five steps to getting higher ROI on your learning content [Gupta]

Five steps to getting higher ROI on your learning content — from chieflearningofficer.com by Anindita Gupta Excerpt: Both scenarios point toward the fact that organizations […]

Gamification or…

On my walk yesterday, I was reflecting on our You Oughta Know with Christy Tucker (a great session, as usual), who talked about scenarios. It got […]

We should put “How best to study/learn” in all global/course navigation bars [Christian]

From DSC: For the last few years, I’ve been thinking that we need to make learning science-related information more accessible to students, teachers, professors, trainers, […]

Understand Your Learners Better: How to Conduct a Learning Environment Analysis

At Maestro, we believe that learning is one of the most powerful tools for creating change. Learning, when done right, equips learners with the skills […]

Why L&D isn’t better

As I’ve noted before, someone on LinkedIn asked a question, and it’s prompting a reply. In this case, the question was in response to my […]

Reflections on “Education Needs a Reset. We Can Start by Listening to Our Teachers.” [Vanaver]

Education Needs a Reset. We Can Start by Listening to Our Teachers. — from edsurge.com by Elissa Vanaver Excerpts: What too few politicians and parents […]

This is one of the best articles that I’ve read in a long time! [Christian]

From DSC: The resource below (from The Chronicle of Higher Education) is one of the best, most useful articles I’ve read in a long time. […]

How Learner Discovery Can Completely Change the Direction of a Project

Ever feel tempted to skip learner discovery during the design process? We get it. You feel you have a good idea of the problem you’re […]

Three Ideas for Retrieval Practice

Retrieval practice helps students identify what they know about a given concept. Learn how to incorporate this strategy into your classroom. The post Three Ideas […]

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