Tweeting Your Way to Better Leadership

While taking a series of graduate courses toward a “Mass Customized Learning” endorsement/certification, I’ve spent a significant amount of time with Bea McGarvey & Chuck Schwahn’s Inevitable, Too, the inevitable follow-up to Inevitable.  (See what I did there?) Both texts explore the Continue reading Tweeting Your Way to Better Leadership

Mass Customized Learning & Mrs. Dalloway: It’s All About Control

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Note: The following lines were merely intended as commentary on a discussion thread in a Mass Customized Learning graduate course Dan’s taking at the moment.  But he’ll be danged if he didn’t hit some passion points there toward the end. Continue reading Mass Customized Learning & Mrs. Dalloway: It’s All About Control

Why Educators Should Listen to What Phox Has to Say & Play

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Stay with me. I read Heather Browne’s Denver-based music blog, I Am Fuel, You Are Friends.  She’s a pretty reliable source for the folk-dance-Americana-singer-songwriter-roots scene.  That’s a lot of hyphens.  And that’s important to this post. Browne recently put up Continue reading Why Educators Should Listen to What Phox Has to Say & Play

Program a Progressive Education Mini-Festival Courtesy Netflix Streaming

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Until this weekend, I had never seen Mona Lisa Smile. For most of you, this is neither news nor intriguing nor relevant.  Those who know me personally are at this moment either a) shocked b) appalled or c) neither intrigued Continue reading Program a Progressive Education Mini-Festival Courtesy Netflix Streaming