The world of lifelong learning has changed quite dramatically over the course of the last several years – and, almost entirely for the better, in my opinion. So, with Thanksgiving upon us here in
When I read Jeff’s “How will you teach yourself to fly in 2013?” post, I didn’t know I would actually learn to fly in 2013.
But flying—what trapeze artists call what they do—is exactly what
I was reviewing some old notes recently when I came across a quote I jotted down last summer from Yochai Benkler’s The Wealth of Networks. Benkler argues that in a networked economy,
This is miniature guest post by Celisa Steele.
Just a quick reminder that 100 Thousand Poets for Change is happening tomorrow, Saturday, September 24. Whether you’re a poet or not, I hope you’ll
This is a guest post by Celisa Steele.
What will you be doing this Saturday, September 24, 2011? How about taking part in what’s billed as the biggest poetry event in history?
100 Thousand Poets for
Education is a social process. Education is growth. Education is, not a preparation for life; education is life itself.
– John Dewey from Democracy and Education
I’ve come across a number
In my day-to-day work I conduct a lot of interviews with the customers and potential customers of organizations that sell education and training. You know, trade and professional associations, training