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 […]

Misaligned expectations

As part of the Learning Development Conference that’s going on for the next five weeks (not too late to join in!), there have already been […]

Doing Gamification Wrong

As I’ve said before, I’m not a fan of ‘gamification’. Certainly for formal learning, where I think intrinsic motivation is a better area to focus […]

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 […]

For College Finances, There’s No ‘Return to Normal’ [LeClair]

For College Finances, There’s No ‘Return to Normal’ — from chronicle.com by Mark S. LeClair The critical problems facing higher education won’t end with the […]

Planning for a blended future: A research-driven guide for educators [Joosten & Weber]

Planning for a blended future: A research-driven guide for educators — from everylearnereverywhere.org by Every Learner Everywhere in partnership with Online Learning Consortium (OLC) & […]

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. […]

Student Experiences Learning with Technology in the Pandemic [educause.edu]

Student Experiences Learning with Technology in the Pandemic — from educause.edu Excerpts: However, as most institutions pivoted to remote learning as a result of the […]

What if every department-meeting agenda blocked off just 10 minutes to talk about teaching? [Darby]

Per Flower Darby (via Becky Supiano at The Chronicle): What if every department-meeting agenda blocked off just 10 minutes to talk about teaching? That simple […]

A message to CxOs 2: about org learning myths

When I wrote my last post on a message to CxOs about L&D myths, I got some pushback. Which, for the record, is a good […]

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