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Bernard Bull
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Host of the MoonshotEdu Podcast @ www.moonshotedu.com, professor, AVP of Academics, Chief Innovation Officer, author, blogger @ etale.org
Host of the MoonshotEdu Podcast @ www.moonshotedu.com, professor, AVP of Academics, Chief Innovation Officer, author, blogger @ etale.org

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7 Reasons Why the Best Education Books Are Rarely the Bestsellers

The more I scan the Amazon bestsellers in the education section as well as some of the other major lists, the more I come to believe that the best education books are rarely bestsellers. There are exceptions to this. Some incredible books about education…

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Get ready to be convinced that ideas are bad for your organization in this newest episode of the #MoonshotEduShow. By the end of this podcast, you might just be convinced that ideas are bad for education. http://moonshotedu.com/index.php/2017/05/21/episode-27-ideas-are-bad-for-your-school-an-interview-with-michael-schrage/

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Charles William Eliot is quoted as saying that, “The fruit of liberal education is not learning, but the capacity and desire to learn, not knowledge, but power.” I don’t have the full context for the quote, which can be problematic, but we can still use…

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A recent article in the Federalist left me disappointed with the state of our public discourse about many issues in education. In this article, Jane Robbins provided her critiques of competency-based education. Yet, while the title of the article was “Why…

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I just made up a new disorder. I call it Boredom Deficiency Disorder. It is a serious condition whereby a person finds himself or herself incapable of experiencing or maintaining the state of boredom. I do not get bored. I have not been bored for…

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As Americans (and many others in the world), we are increasingly interested in deconstructing pretty much everything. We point out the internal inconsistencies. We surface bias, prejudice, and bigotry. We minimize the claimed significance of ideas and…

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6 Uses for Virtual & Agumented Reality in Education: Promising Practices & the Need for Small Experiments

Look at the many lists of predictions about important trends in education over the last couple of years, and both augmented and virtual reality show up on most of those lists. In fact, they made it on my “top 15” list for 2017. With growing media…

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