Wonderful Things People Are Doing & Media Attention

I just finished a quick, enjoyable read; Life’s Journeys According to Mister Rogers: Things to Remember Along the Way by Fred Rogers. It is a short, simple collection of insights Continue Reading →

An Infographic is not Accurate Just Because It Looks Good

While I’ve been in higher education for the last seven years, I started my career in a middle school classroom.  I remember teaching social studies and often using the KWL Continue Reading →

College is Not Enough & The University Doesn’t Own the Liberal Arts #collegeand

Dale Stephens, author of Hacking Your Education and founder of Uncollege, takes the vision of unschooling and applies it to higher education.  He points out that learning and getting an Continue Reading →

Should Tablets Replace Textbooks?

I’ve read dozens of opinions and research reports on the topic of textbooks and tablets in schools.  As you might expect, there are different perspectives on the subject.  A popular Continue Reading →