The content in the embedded video below dates back to a talk I developed in 2011, shortly after I first read the Alliance's retrospective on its first 20 years. I recently recorded an audio track to archive the presentation and to begin to explore what's changed over the past 3-4
Having returned from the CBI Grants Forum in Philadelphia last week, I have had some time to reflect on one of the primary issues raised over the course of the two day meeting. In several sessions speakers referenced best practices in educational design - while the presentations themselves covered a myriad of case
It appears nearly universally accepted that adult education is quite different than child and adolescent education. Adult learners are more aware, they operate from a broader base of experience, and they demand that their energies be invested in relevant content that connects back to individual needs. In a way these
As a bit of background, the 'Zones of Proximal Development' is a concept introduced by Vygotsky in the early 20th century. In laymens terms the model might be best understand in the following way: The zones of proximal development describe the difference between what a learner can do without help and
Mary Meeker, a Partner at KPCB (one of the world's leading venture capital firms), recently shared her annual report on Internet trends. For those unfamiliar with Meeker's highly regarded work, she produces one of the tech industry's most widely anticipated reports. Techies and tech investors alike wait with baited breath
I am thrilled to share a big announcement from ArcheMedX, one that will provide the CE community with increasingly simple ways to leverage our flagship product, the ArcheViewer learning platform. Beginning this week, providers of continuing education for healthcare professionals can now leverage the ArcheViewer when developing smaller, more flexible,
I wanted to quickly share my opening talk from the first-ever #CMEPalooza - and give credit to Derek Warnick for conceiving and bringing to life such a wonderful professional development opportunity for the CME profession!
There are 3 parts to this lesson, so if you care to skip around, feel free:
Here is a great resource that we might consider building CE around as a means of supporting the lifelong, natural learning actions of clinicians (and I bet you will want to share this with your colleagues too):
Google is the most popular search engine and most of the people use it
I had the pleasure of being interviewed on ReachMD as a part of their lifelong learning series. In this short interview topics range from Khan Academy to coaching to personal learning networks to doom loops in learning.
(And please pardon the unsightly picture of my throat, apparently SoundCloud's embed functionality is
Multiple industry reports released over the past few weeks predict the continued rise of e-learning and the adoption of new technology and learning models, from higher education to corporate training.
The 2014 Horizon Report from the New Media Consortium and the Educause Learning Initiative shows that a rapidly increasing number of universities are incorporating online learning environments into courses of all kinds; making