Technological and Human Metaphors and Their Impact on Education

Recently, I woke up thinking about language, how it can reflect and shape our beliefs and values. When we use contemporary metaphors about technology, for example, to describe the human Continue Reading →

Updates and Lessons Learned from a My Semester Sabbatical

I’ve been back from my sabbatical for a little over two months now. Since that time, I have not posted any new podcast episodes, nor have I written much on Continue Reading →

Why Does More Disruptive Education Reform Come from Outside of the System?

A common critique of the education reform movement (as some refer to it), is that many of the people involved with education reform are not inside the system. What most Continue Reading →

How About a School Debunking Boot Camp for Parents, Educators, and Students?

In my last article, I posed a simple thought experiment. What if were to create a schooling detox program for parents, educators, and students? What if this exposed these people Continue Reading →