How the One to One Device Debates Become Distractions and Disappointments

Are you a PC or a Mac person? Are you a champion for Chromebooks, iPads, Mac laptops, or maybe Surface Book Pros for each student? Do you think we should Continue Reading →

Democratizing Dreams: #OpenBadges That Help Construct Buildings and Tell Stories

As part of my ongoing advocacy (yes, a University professor just used that word) for the democratizing of education and credentialing, I often return to the power of narrative and Continue Reading →

5 Steps to Closing Skills Gaps in the Modern Workforce

Do we have a skills gap today? Many sources suggest that we do. Small and large businesses are not finding the right people to achieve their current business goals, or Continue Reading →

On the Role of the Classics in a Digital Age Education

I recently spent the day in Concord, Massachusetts. We visited Walden Pond, Old North Bridge, The Old Manse, The Wayside, as well as Louisa May Alcott’s house. American intellectual history Continue Reading →