The Secret Educational Power Behind Peer Learning Groups

There is something special about committing to a group of people with a shared goal or purpose. In this age of personal learning networks, social media and connected learning; intimate Continue Reading →

Does Our World Need More Leather Apron Clubs?

I used to read Benjamin Franklin’s autobiography once a year. Now I get to it every two or three years. Each time I read it, something new captures my attention. Continue Reading →

The History of Learning Objectives and Glimpses of Post-Objective Education

If you are an educator, then there is little doubt that you are familiar with the idea of a learning objective.  Learning objectives have become so central to the field Continue Reading →