Monthly Archives: March 2015

One size fits some

Online learning, in its various incarnations, are, like tools in a craftsman’s toolbox, simply tools. If your only tool is a hammer then all problems look like nails, so it’s incumbent upon ed tech evangelists to recognize that whatever might … Continue reading

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Heroes and Villains

Presented in no particular order… my philosophy, as it regards to education, has been influenced by some ideas espoused by these individuals (I don’t necessarily regard them as heroes per se, but I thought the title Heroes and Villains was catchy… more, especially … Continue reading

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