I had the pleasure of attending “Business Gets Personal,” a one-day conference with Seth Godin (@ThisIsSethsBlog), Dave Ramsey (@DaveRamsey), and Gary Vaynerchuk (@garyvee). The conference was des
As noted in the Curriculum Design for Online Programs recording from the ABHE workshop, it can feel like a conflict to urge prescribed le
There has been a push in elementary education across the grades to de-centralize curriculum development.
What good prescriptive curriculum boils down to is the philosophy of creating an architectural framework of learning that ensures faculty have the opportunity to personalize and th
On this Easter, I want to share a blog post I wrote some time ago. It characterizes the Hope of Easter and His love for us as believers in Christ and His love for the world at large.
Today’s post is from Annie Fairchild of AFairchildPC.
If you’re not familiar with the theoretical construct, Student-Centered Learning (SCL) puts the learner as the focus and owner of their education. For the teacher/faculty member, the role of educa
I woke up this morning with a sense of “ending.” That is, I was thinking of “this is the last time this year I will. .
Like the plan of attack for every major successful offensive, this one had been planned in detail. The personnel had to be in place. The political structures were influenced. The weapons and tac