initial thoughts

like many other companies in the business, we’ve been working on training our team too. and like many other companies in the business, we’re dealing with a complex problem: how to teach design thinking. sure, there’s definitely more to it than just “ya got it or ya don’t”, but nobody seems to have a very…

so what’s in it for you?

one of the vacuums in thought within instructional design that bothers me, is the unquestioned aspect of what ID has to offer to practitioners. it’s strange… it’s almost a cardinal rule in e-learning that you must address the question of “what’s in it for me” for the learners of each and every course you ever make.…

of critics and peaceniks

have you ever noticed how the critic and the peacenik are similar roles? at the outset, they are both considered generally to be boring, pains in the posterior, prone to raising nitpicking, inconvenient questions, which originate from their need to impede the progress or achievement of the greater majority. i find that deeply interesting. now…