While school traditionally separates art and science, theory, and practice, such divisions are artificial. The real world just doesn’t work that way. Architects are artists. Craftsmen deal in aesthetics, tradition […]
Steve Wheeler, whose blog I always read, has kindly shared his recent conference presentation via slideshare.
Tuning in to the zeitgeist is a full-time job and one that educators are uniquely situated to both understand and interpret. How many other professions have such an opportunity to […]
James Surowiecki, the author of The Wisdom of Crowds, argues that people, when we act en masse, are smarter than we think. He suggests in this TED talk that the […]