It’s not a heavy policy book and not what you expect. It’s a breath of fresh air.
The "Big Picture" category covers larger trends and topics that influence both the problems that technology can help address in education as well as the barriers to implementing high-quality technology-supported education. This includes research-based topics such as learning science and program effectiveness studies, philosophical discussions such as outcomes definitions, and macro-forces such as government policy, markets, and business models.
More on Texas as a CBE Ecosystem Laboratory
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 […]
Case Study in a CBE Ecosystem: Core Curriculum
This is a follow-up post to my review of Paul LeBlanc’s book “Students First,” focusing on the example of transfer credit.
“Students First”: Paul LeBlanc’s Book on Competency-Based Education
Thinking about the implementation of CBE from an ecological perspective.
Workplace Learning: Still a Mess
Twenty years later, it still looks broken to me.
Zovio and Arizona Global: Is There a Less Obvious Trend Here?
The arc of history is long, but I want to believe, admittedly against much evidence, that it bends toward sanity.
Web3: Still Don’t Know Why We’re Talking About It
I’m in a bad mood today.