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 →