I am a believer in open peer learning. We are social beings and learn best through sharing with others. Whether it is through my education related experiences like those at Peer 2 Peer University and CLMOOC, or through more informal
These notes and slides are for a webinar I’m doing with the Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction on “Open Professional Learning.” In this session, I’m talking about open resources for learning about copyright and OER and for
I’m working on another MOOC, this one focused on deeper learning, and it is prompting me to think a lot about what deeper learning means to me. (As background, the Deeper Learning MOOC or DLMOOC is a free, flexible, nine-week
I was happy to see Open PD as a category in the Edublog Awards for 2013 and even happier to see several projects I worked on over the last year nominated. These include: Make/Hack/Play Together (on P2PU and being offered
I love open online communities. I mean, I really love them. More and more, I find value in the conversations and sharing in these communities, much more so than in other content resources. This is the way learning should be.