Where Does Typing a Word Fit on Bloom’s Taxonomy?

I participated in a lively Twitter chat earlier this week where Bloom’s Taxonomy and more current Digital Taxonomies were the topic of discussion. ┬áDigital taxonomies are simply visuals of Bloom’s Continue Reading →

Google Helpouts and Self-blended Learning

I’m sitting in a session at Google, listening to Daniel Arnold (Marketing Manager, Google Helpouts), talk about the vision behind Google Helpouts. The concept is simple. Create a way for Continue Reading →

What is your MOOC’s Mood?

MOOCs have moods. I’ve participated in many MOOCs over the last five years. Sometimes I lurk. Other times I’m an active participant, a co-learner, even co-creator of knowledge. I always Continue Reading →

Unlearning the Definition of Teacher

I’m participating in a new MOOC on the Future of Higher Education and one of the “assignments” was to describe something that I had to unlearn, the challenges I faced, Continue Reading →