Following the Dreamers: Why We Are So Far from a Future Where Everyone's Education Matters

The last chapter of my upcoming book The Seven Futures of American Education talks about why we are so far from a future where everyone's education matters.

Why K-12 Adoption of OL Will Lag

Someone recently asked me why I thought that full scale online learning will be reached for higher ed ~10 years before K-12. Here's my response...

16 Propositions about the Futures of Online Education

This is version three; includes some minor revisions based on my recent (Nov '11) Sloan-C presentation:

Thoughts on USNWR's Plans to Rank Online Education Programs

How Lemony Snicket captures my feelings about USNWR's planned expansion of its rankings empire into online education...

UnCollege: The ETCJ Version

UnCollege — a Bold New Approach to One’s Education? The etcjournal version w/some interesting comments...

UnCollege? A Stroll Down Memory Lane...

Is "UnCollege" a bold new approach to one's education? My reaction: been there, done that; still have the T-shirt in my rag pile though...

More on "Affordable Affordances"

"Affordable affordances" means selecting technologies based on the question, "what can [x] do for you (and your students)?" This post explains this idea in more detail with some examples...

Improving Teaching & Learning in a Screen Captured World (Part 3)

Part 3 of this three-part video series talks about some specific strategies for using the cyberization of education to improve teaching and learning.

Improving Teaching & Learning in a Screen Captured World (Part 2)

Part 2 of this three-part video series talks about general ways we can use the cyberization of education to improve teaching and learning.

Improving Teaching & Learning in a Screen Captured World (Part 1)

Part 1 of this three-part video series describes the big picture view: how society has become screen captured and what that means for education.

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