Category Archives: The Future of Education

On Teaching from Your Past

It’s been a long time since I’ve written on this blog, so here I am. This morning I was in the Cousera course run by Prof. Cathy Davidson from Duke University, History and Future of (Mostly) Higher Education. I’m not … Continue reading

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No really I’m loving Coursera …

I’ve spent a lot of time taking courses over the last 4 years in small online environments (less than a few hundred folk), nurtured by facilitators and colleagues taking a journey through the same type of materials as me (Moodle … Continue reading

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Owning Your Own Learning

This morning I had the pleasure of attending quite a wonderful conversation on the teaching/learning/social site WizIQ. Nellie Deutsch, a nimble Ed.D. from the University of Phoenix, now a faculty member at Atlantic University, started a series of conversations with … Continue reading

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