My father likes to say, “Never ascribe to malice that which simple stupidity can explain.” I read this as a story of good intentions with horrific execution.
In my last two posts, I wrote about the importance of ecosystem thinking when trying to change complex systems like higher education and followed it up with a specific exampthe the of core curriculum in Texas. Well, Texas is the gift that keeps on giving this week. The Texas Tribune just published a piece entitled […]
This is a follow-up post to my review of Paul LeBlanc’s book “Students First,” focusing on the example of transfer credit.
Thinking about the implementation of CBE from an ecological perspective.
When you’re wrong, you’re wrong.
The arc of curricular materials is long, but it bends toward entropy.
I was surprised my previous post on workplace learning got some attention from folks in the field. Apparently, I struck a nerve with problems that are still difficult some twenty years since I worked in that subfield. And yet, there are ways to tackle these problems. New tools combined with new approaches can address reusability, […]