20+ Education Books About Self-Directed Learning

I remain delighted to see growing interest in self-directed learning. A decade ago, if I would mention self-directed learning in a presentation, it evoked little to no reaction. Today I Continue Reading →

Book Review of Inevitable: Mass Customized Learning in an Age of Empowerment

In Invevitable: Mass Customized Learning in the Age of Empowerment, Charles Schwahn and Beatrice McGarvey cast a vision and rationale for schools to make the shift from a mass production Continue Reading →

10 Features & Links to 100+ Uses for Google Hangouts

Beth Hayden at Copyblogger put together an excellent article on 12 Ways to Connect, Create, and Collaborate Using Google Hangouts.  She discusses everything from hosting virtual office hours to creating Continue Reading →

Audience, Student, Classroom Response Systems #edtech #clickers #studentresponse

The educational research is clear.  Feedback helps learners.  It also helps teachers to help learners.  We know that immediate feedback has a powerful impact upon learning.  When I have worked Continue Reading →