An Analogy: Personalized Learning is a Philosophy, Not a Fad

While reading the biography of a an educational entrepreneur that I interviewed for an episode of my podcast, the MoonshotEdu Show, this image came to mind. The guest, Kelly Tenkely, Continue Reading →

Artificial Intelligence, the Future of Work, and Implications for Education

Artificial intelligence is changing work, and it has implications for education as well. About a decade ago, if you attended any education keynote, you would often find the speaker reassuring Continue Reading →

Should Young People Still Learn Handwriting and Cursive in School?

My family and I went to Williamburg, Virginia a few weeks ago. As we walked from house to house, learning about the beliefs, practices, and perils of colonial America, I Continue Reading →

If You Do Not Do This, You Should Not Be in Business

Amid a wonderful two-hour visit with the founder of Kidcity, one of the most creative children’s museums that I have ever seen, this is the quote that I kept thinking Continue Reading →