When I Don’t Practice What I Preach About Credentialism

Anyone who knows me will tell you that I’m an idealist. I’m an idealist with a propensity to do and act, but I’m still an idealist. As such, there are Continue Reading →

If Only We Had a More Credentialed World

If only we had a more credentialed world.¬†Perhaps we could credential our way to a more orderly, safe, clean, and efficient¬†society. I’ve been thinking about this quite a bit lately. Continue Reading →

Can Badges Help Education (and Society) Recover from Credentialism?

I continue to wonder if open badges can help education and society recover from credentialism. When I first started writing about badges, it was because I saw possible futures where Continue Reading →

Why the Higher Learning Commission Has the Wrong Measure for “Qualified Faculty”?

If you are a higher education institution seeking to gain or keep up regional accreditation, one of the many expectations is that you have “qualified faculty.” What do people mean Continue Reading →