15 Organizations That Model & Inspire Educational Innovation

We live in exciting times. There is unprecedented educational experimentation and exploration. Even more exciting, people and organizations are exploring new and creative ways to address important social problems and challenges Continue Reading →

A Shocking & Brilliant Interdisciplinary Math Curriculum

How about math that matters? While visiting family in Northern Michigan, I came across a fascinating math curriculum by Smith, Lusse and Morss. Following is part of the preface to Continue Reading →

The McDonald’s of Digital Age Learning? Reflections on a Steve Jobs Interview

I recently listened to the 1995 lost interview with Steve Jobs. It is full of thought-provoking comments.  As I listened, I found myself applying some of his comments to digital age 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 →