Category Archives: research

Intelligence: Can we accelerate it?

                   Re-thinking Intelligence in an Age of Networked Intelligence I’m 35 years old and have 3 kids (Liam is 4, Lila is 2 and Lucas is 6 weeks old).  My wife (also 35) … Continue reading

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Becoming a Connected Educator: Overcoming Implementation Dips

Considerations for Becoming a Connected Educator As human beings we always experience implementation dips. I’ve lived in that world now for a few years and am getting ready for it again with our third child.  I vividly remember each of … Continue reading

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The Learners vs. The Learned: Which one are you?

This past summer I had the very fortunate opportunity (with my good friend and colleague @triciainter) to spend two days with the fine people of Miles College talking about Leadership and Learning in an Age of Networked Intelligence.  It was a … Continue reading

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Social Media: The “Peloton” of Learning

Making Sense of SOCIAL MEDIA and its Impact on Learning Metaphorically Speaking “The Peloton of Learning” Ten years and thirty pounds ago, I was a pretty serious cyclist. In fact I had competed in over 50 triathlons, and spent many … Continue reading

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