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 →

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 →

Autonomous Learning: A Life-Changing Education Moonshot

My favorite part of life in a connected world is connecting with mission-minded, high-impact people around the globe. As such, I am excited to tell you about a recent connection and Continue Reading →

Reflections on 5 Common Concerns About Self-Directed Learning

Amid my conversations with people about self-directed learning, I hear five common concerns or questions. I am grateful that people are willing to express these concerns because it provides an Continue Reading →

Self-Directed Learning: One of My Educational Moonshots

In the United States we celebrate Independence Day, the 4th of July. We commemorate the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, which includes these famous words: We hold these truths to be self-evident, Continue Reading →