Three Questions to Thrive as a Self-Directed Learner

Amid a fun and rewarding conversation with a couple of colleagues recently, I found myself articulating the challenges of being a self-directed learner in the contemporary world. What does it Continue Reading →

5 Myths About Being an Autodidact

Have you ever heard people refer to themselves or others as autodidacts?┬áToday I hear quite a few people describe themselves this way as if it were a largely genetic trait Continue Reading →

Excessive Teaching Stifles the Love of Learning

Come to the edge,” he said. They said, “We are afraid.” “Come to the edge,” he said. They came. He pushed them. – Guillaume Appollinaire I came across a picture Continue Reading →

The Best Course That I Never Taught: Heutagogy in Action

It was the best course that I never taught, heutagogy in action. One of the most important things that I can nurture in a learner is a growing sense of Continue Reading →