An Invitation to Explore Digital Age Education with me in 2013

I stand for educational choice and possibility.  I am not referring to some programmatic use of the word choice (e.g. “school choice”).  I simply mean the ability for students (of Continue Reading →

20 Signs that you are a Student-Centered Teacher (or do you prefer facilitator?)

You devote significant time helping students learn how to learn. You pride yourself on being the one to bring the conversation back to, “What is best for the learners?” You Continue Reading →

I’m Seeking Online Mentors More than Online Teachers

I have been involved with online learning since my first online high school pilot in the mid-1990s.  Even in those days, I distinguished between the design of effective online courses Continue Reading →

Why a MOOC? 6 Reasons

There is no shortage of news about MOOCs in the media.  When a topic gets that much traction, one of my questions is, “What part of the story is not Continue Reading →