The Fine Line Between Painful Tradition and Transformational Vintage

This post originally appeared on Medium. Blimage: The Fine Line Between Painful Tradition and Transformational Vintage Weathered school desks etched with initials and expletives, nicknames and tally marks, these may well be the hallmarks of traditional education. After all, these Continue reading The Fine Line Between Painful Tradition and Transformational Vintage

UBD, Design Thinking & Art & Science of Teaching: Triangulating the Delta

As part of a recent graduate course in mass customized learning, I was asked to apply Marzano’s Art & Science of Teaching instructional framework to one of my pre-existing units of study and note the frameworks impact upon my practice. Continue reading UBD, Design Thinking & Art & Science of Teaching: Triangulating the Delta

Communicate: Listen. It’s the Best Way to Be Heard

COMMUNICATE: Listen. Often the best way for your voice to be heard is to show others you are hearing theirs. Do you want to be heard?  Sure.  We all do.  We have ideas and notions that want audience.  We have Continue reading Communicate: Listen. It’s the Best Way to Be Heard

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