Unified Learning: Strategic Questions for Strategic Planning

To design quality unified learning, defined as aligned in-person and online professional development, associations and other learning organizations should answer three strategic questions for strategic planning.  These questions guide an organization dive into the data, operations, vision.  The results will help shape a data-driven plan for designing in-person and eLearning that are unified . . . Read More: Unified Learning: Strategic Questions for Strategic Planning

eLearning: Next Generation Ready?

 

In preparing for a webinar hosted by iCohere: Next Generation eLearning, one concept by Bernard Luskin really caught my attention:

To many, the “e” means electronic, but I assert that the “e” means more than electronic when applied to e-learning. It actually means “exciting, empirical, empathetic, extra, emerging, energetic, exceptional, early, eloquent, everywhere, . . . Read More: eLearning: Next Generation Ready?

Education Architecture: Built on Sand or Solid Ground?

I bet a school building jumped into your mind when you read the phrase, “education architecture.”  And, yes, architecture focused on brick and mortar buildings used for educational purposes can be considered “education architecture.”  Design, development, and construction of buildings for learning traditionally hold places of high regard.

The architecture of education, however, is . . . Read More: Education Architecture: Built on Sand or Solid Ground?

Three Lessons from Assocations

Three Lessons from Associations

Earlier this month, I spoke at the ASAE Annual Conference & Exhibition in Atlanta, Georgia, USA (ASAE13).  My topic was “Learning on the Run:  Professional Development in a Mobile World.”  I wrote two white papers on the topic:

Introduction to Professional Development in a Mobile World; and

Mobile Professional Development . . . Read More: Three Lessons from Associations