I’ve been in education either as a participant or practitioner my whole life. I believe in the process and am passionate about the never ending need to improve and fix this most human endeavor, and I’m certainly not shy about the role technology has in the process.

Education in the Age of the Technologist

April 29, 2015

This video presentation was originally given at Bar Camp Orlando 2015 on April 18, 2015. Why do some technology solutions seem to work in education while others don’t? Where are MOOCs missing the mark? Education […]

Teaching Using Tech: Philosophy of Higher Education, Part 2

December 19, 2014

  I’ve been filling out teaching/education-related job application and I was met with this little gem: Please describe your knowledge of pedagogy associated with various instructional modalities, i.e. face-­to-­face, hybrid, and online Having taught students […]

The Next Chapter

November 27, 2014

Over the past couple weeks I haven’t posted all that much, except for tweets from my daily walks, because I’ve been quite busy pulling together resources to create my new, much needed, resume page/website. It […]

ZPD AND THE FARMER’S PROUD SON

November 21, 2014

The following tale was written as an assignment for my Pepperdine OMAET program – ED633 Educating Today’s Learner class in Fall 2001: In the days of Gilgamesh the king, a farmer’s proud son named Thresh came to […]

Mentoring and Learning the Wrong Lessons

October 9, 2014

From my Masters studies at Pepperdine University, comes this tidbit of my own mentor-deficient journey. Spring. 2002 I can’t believe how my brother betrayed me. There he was, just rambling on, completely oblivious to the […]

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