Experts are expected to be teachers (and vice versa). If we confuse these two equally important skills, we dramatically devalue what makes them particularly helpful.
The story of the three-point shot and what it has to teach us about why point values matter in an online course.
To kick off a new school year, I thought I'd share some of my favorite wisdom from other teachers.
To do a little myth-busting, a course isn’t simply collected information. Teaching is the shape that information takes and the relationship that’s built around it.
On a given Saturday, with time on my side and a bit of boldness, YouTube will teach me almost any skill. I need to change the oil in my car? 3,660,000 videos are ready at hand to show me how.
Last year, after working in the “real world” for three years, I decided to move to England in order to study for a Master’s degree.
Before you read this, pause and take a look at everything you’ve learned in the past month. …and done? Of course not.
Online courses should be more than just an attractive way to convey information, because learning is more than just relaying facts. It’s about relationships that build frameworks for information.
Every so often a person is gifted with both wonderful skill and the skill to teach. David Foster Wallace was such a person.
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