Realizations from the side of the desk of a Principal. It's education. There is no more money. There is no more time: there are 24 hours in the day. It's also the greatest job in the world, so let's get on with it.
This past weekend, I was lucky enough to go to the 21st Century Learning conference in Vancouver, BC. I was particularly jazzed to see two presenters; Will Richardson and my pal Bill Ferriter have both impacted my thinking significantly since I added them to my personal learning network. And while their methods were different, both
The number of students taking online courses in British Columbia is growing. And while this growth has slowed slightly in the last couple of years, the impact of the rapid increase from 30000 to nearly 80000 unique students taking one or more courses since 2008 in BC distance education facilities is something that I have
“Would I want to do this?” What if we approached lesson development for our classes with this simple question? When I ask groups that I work with to come up with the conditions that make up their “learn best whens” for students, typically the participants come up with something that looks like this (this one
I find myself to be quite interesting. As a presenter I feel that I am funny, charming, and that I really connect with my audience. My stories are pithy, and most times when I have imparted my wisdom on to crowds large and small, I see a combination of bewilderment at the earth-shattering revelations that