With reads from Tom Vander Ark, LinkedIn, and MIT Sloan Management Review ...Read More
What if school formed, by design, playful learners rather than workful knowers?Read More
I am obsessed with Netflix’s Black Mirror.
The show's genius lies in its convincing depictions of "the future ten minutes from now" ...Read More
With reads from Stanford Social Innovation Review, the New York Times, and Wired ...Read More
Happy New Year and welcome back to Ed:Future!
Most of this blog's subscribers are educators, so today really marks the beginning of the academic year's second half ...Read More
What if we stopped thinking of genius as something rare and started seeing it as something abundant?Read More
With reads from the New York Times, Inside Higher Ed, and Business World ...Read More
What if the future of learning were reflected in how schools hire? ...Read More
Are you practicing the OODA Loop?
Do you know what an OODA Loop is?Read More
With reads from ESPN, DeepMind, and Tim Brown of IDEO ...Read More
What if your school "matched minutes to Mission"* and Vision? How might the daily schedule and the annual calendar look different? (Or, to flip it around, what parts of your school's Mission and Vision can you not bring to life because your schedule prevents it?)Read More
"As the world speeds up, stocks of knowledge depreciate at a faster rate', and to succeed, individuals and organizations will 'have to continually refresh our stocks of knowledge by participating in relevant flows of new knowledge" ...Read More
With reads from CNBC.com, Wall Street Journal, and Insights from Stanford School of Business ...Read More
What if schools engaged in zero based budgeting? What might be lost? What might be gained?Read More
Ironically, it's learning.
Specifically, it's the choice to grow continually, even when you're not paid to do so.Read More
With reads from PC Mag, Quartz, and WiredRead More
What if, as Marc Andreesen has said, there will be two kids of jobs in the future: You tell the robot what to do, or the robot tells you what to do? (What are you doing now to prepare your learners for that possibility?)Read More