Sharing, Bragging, Selling and Self Promoting

When I published my first blog post over ten years ago, it was clear to me that the possibility to share and share online, had the potential for something special. This new-found ability to share at a global level has provided teachers access to content and ideas never before available and connected teachers to people ...… Read the rest

Insight and Inspiration 

There are some people that inspire me and some people that make me think. Sometimes they are the same person. Sometimes they aren't. I see the act of inspiring people different from being insightful. People that inspire me are those who display extraordinary determination or will to overcome challenges. Sometimes they are people who have shown ...… Read the rest

What Would You Teach?

Here's an interesting question: If all of your standards were erased over night, what would you teach Monday? #edchat — Zac Chase (@MrChase) February 25, 2017 Think about that one for a while. Your answer will say a lot about what you really believe about learning and education. I know many would respond with some form or empowering students ...… Read the rest

The Obesity of the Mind

Being a good citizen today is exhausting. Being a good American citizen is a whole other level of exhaustion. Everyone around the world has been hit by the #$I*% storm that is American politics. Every news site and media outlet are dedicated to covering every aspect of the new presidency. If you consume media, even entertainment, ...… Read the rest

Is Sharing Still a Moral Imperative?

The video I created in 2010 for the K-12 online called Sharing: The Moral Imperative remains a fairly widely used bit of content. I was proud of my efforts from a production, content and delivery perspective. Also if you want to see George Couros, before he was George Couros, have a look. That was over six ...… Read the rest