Of the thirteen he’s covered thus far, Donald has pointed out that:
For Rousseau, “It’s hard to see a man who handed all five of his children up to an orphanage at birth, as an expert on the development and education of children. Prickly and paranoid, he managed to fall out with almost everyone, including those who tried to help him.”
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Khan Academy is popping up everywhere! Sal Khan’s videos have helped millions of students learn algebra, biology, finance, and more. Singlehandedly, Sal Khan has done more to shake up the traditional notion of schooling than anyone since Horace Mann. Everybody’s thinking about how to flip the equation. Provide the content before class — and use class time to figure out what it means. Brilliant.
Everyone should be so lucky as to find a medical doctor as good as mine. I have every confidence in his advice. He calls me after hours to report a test result that’s out of line. He makes house calls. He’s personable and funny. He’s a master at playing the tabla. So when Michael moved from one medical group to another, I followed him without hesitation.
Fixating on the short term is foolish in the long run. The future’s all we’ve got.
Most CLOs I talk with are so busy taking care of today’s business that they spend little time preparing for the future. We all know in our hearts that fixating on the short term is foolish in the long run.
Short-term thinking is good for responding to incremental change, but deciding things one step at a time doesn’t prepare you to thrive in a world of systemic, wholesale change. You can’t leap a Continue reading What About the Future?→
Tomorrow I’m on a panel session on New Rules for the Enterprise 2020 at the Enterprise Learning! Summit in Alexandria, Virginia. I’m drawing a blank. 2020 is sooooo far away. Time for some quick-and-dirty research to get the brain in gear. I asked my Internet Time Alliance colleagues. Harold recommended a post on Workplace Learning in 10 Years on the Learning Circuits Blog eighteen months ago.
The third day of the EdgeX, The Disruptive Educational Research Conference, opened with a fishbowl discussion.
We briefly reviewed India’s staggering goals for higher education in the coming ten years. Enrollment will zoom from 300 million to 580 million!
As Alasdair Fraser’s Dawn Rant played in the background, the audience broke into small groups for five minutes to generate topics for discussion. What’s controversial? Or unclear? What topics should be in the conversation?
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