THE CASE FOR QUANTITY OVER QUALITY

by Mélanie L. Sisley The competition for quality is fierce out there. But perhaps the very answer to quality is dependent on our sloppy, creatively unguarded side. Just imagine what could happen if we let the unfinished, unpolished ideas come out without fear of judgment or ridicule. Study shows the quality effect In his course

Are you knowledgeable or knowledge-ABLE?

For the sake of a little context, let me state the obvious, digital media is having a profound impact on how knowledge is created, shared, transformed and consumed. In the last 20 years, we have gone from being passive consumers of knowledge to active creators of meaning. Yes I know, not all of us are

Motivational Design for Learning Performance: ARCS

John M. Keller goes right for the educational “jugular” in his research motivational design for learning performance. Motivation is by far the most illusive and yet the most impactful element in learning.  In his book Educational Design for Learning and Performance Keller pools together much of the thinking and research around the notion of motivation to then