The work of culture is to know itself & hold on to what it deems valuable. Forgetfulness is ignorance. Learning is the ultimate disruption.
Teaching for disruption means that things aren’t always going to according to plan—your plan, anyway.
How much of your intelligence, your affection, your skill, and your pride is employed in your work? What are its ecological and social costs?
In the Age of Information, data has moved from singular places (here and there) to infinitely plural realities.
Make any politician voting on legislation have to qualify for that right to vote by spending a certain number of hours in the classroom.
When measuring success, effectiveness, and performance in education, what are we measuring exactly?
There's no reason a 'school' can't become a tech-infused place-based learning environment that focuses on literacy and civic participation.
Rather than academic content, many great minds have emphasized imagination, curiosity, playfulness, creativity, compassion, and a love of learning.
What can technology replace in the classroom? While it isn't enough to make up for unengaging learning models, done well technology can change everything.
Even as apps have fallen in favor, mobility is the new standard. Information, communication, search, and identity—mobility matters in the modern world.
While people are being moved around cities more cheaply and efficiently than ever, we have to consider the effects of these innovations.
Artificial Intelligence will be a core part of learning, helping students choose books, assessment forms, learning strategies, and more.
Competency-Based Education isn't necessarily an example of innovation in higher education, but a shift towards it can lead to more critical developments.
Education reform is tricky. For one, so many teachers are wary of change. Not improvement, mind you, but change for the sake of change–shifting from one program or “research-based strategy” to another, endlessly. Year after year. So many trends in…
Evidence-led innovation by definition excludes fundamental innovation because it means only building what past evidence said would work.
Teaching disruptively helps create learners who ask the right question at the right time for reasons that matter to them.