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Myth #11 (of 12): Bloom is no longer relevant

Any organization, teacher, trainer or instructor who focuses on ‘noun’ objectives (see myth #10) can’t help but only focus on the cognitive domain. However, if you only focus on the cognitive domain, learners may have trouble in finding value in the material that is being covered. “In spite of the wide acceptance of Bloom’s taxonomy, educators have […]

Myth #12 (of 12): ADDIE is outdated

There has been some lively discussion recently in LinkedIn concerning the best curriculum design method for today’s fast paced world. So perhaps its time to rethink the role of content in teaching and learning. A fresh perspective on this problem includes thinking about our role as faculty and that of our students, as well as […]

So Jeff, what exactly is a Bricoleur?

If you have joined my network over the past year, you would have been greeting with a message that begins with:   “Welcome to the Bricolage!”    Of the 3000 plus new LinkedIn connections since April 2016, more than a few have asked me, ‘What exactly is a Bricoleur?” Traditionally, bricoleurs were artisans that were able to […]

My Philosophy of Learning (& Education)

Learning is an action verb. Education is a noun. For decades I used to believe that education (not educators) and learning were so interconnected that I assumed they were two sides of the same coin. However, over the past 10 years I have come to realize (through Masters research, working in a number of different countries, […]