15 Organizations That Model & Inspire Educational Innovation

We live in exciting times. There is unprecedented educational experimentation and exploration. Even more exciting, people and organizations are exploring new and creative ways to address important social problems and challenges Continue Reading →

Micro-credentials & Alternate Routes to Skilled Employment

If you don’t have a ticket, you don’t get in. That is how it works at the movie theater and it is a reality for many seeking skilled employment. Whether Continue Reading →

Reflections on Tinkering-Based Learning & the Power of Play

In a recent blog post, Peter Skillen offers a fresh take on project-based learning. With most frameworks for using project-based learning, it is suggested that the teacher or learners start Continue Reading →

What Happens When External Regulation Holds Back #HigherEd Innovation?

Regulation makes disruption difficult to predict, which is why I offer no certain predictions for the future of higher education. Any number of recent news events remind us about these Continue Reading →