Textbook Tricks

Today I got some useful insight to make me hate Pearson just a little bit more. I was giving a workshop on integrating technol

Embracing Emergence

Embracing emergence. This is something that’s being talked about simulataneously in different places (not sure if itR

We Don’t Need No Academic Articles by White Men

This week Dave Cormier asks us to reflect on “content is people” and to consider the myth of content. Uhh this doe

Agency in a Syllabus

So for this week of #moocmooc one of the things we’ve been asked to do is consider ways of enhancing/fostering agency of

Content-free Learning, Scale, and #fedwikihappening

I’ve written a lot about my preference for curriculum that is not centered on content, but it rather centered on value-l

Why not ask “why not”?

Do you know that story about the philosophy exam where there was just one question: “Why?” – and the student

Revisiting the Content Question

When I first started teaching, I thought there was something weird about me. I was always thinking about “how” I w

Alternatives to the product/outcomes approach to curriculum

Alternative is one of my favorite words 🙂 I don’t like to be stuck with any one way of doing things, and I am always

Curriculum theory, outcomes/objectives, and throwing the pasta out with the pasta water

This post is long overdue, but I keep hesitating to write it because it’s something I wrote an entire chapter about for

Community as Curriculum: where i come from, where i am going

I am so glad that this week’s #rhizo14 topic is this: the community as curriculum. What it means to me has connections t