The new Spring edition of American Educator was published today, with a new article taken from our most recent book More Urban Myths about Learning and Education. You can read the article here for free and this is what it all is about: Transfer of learning is seen as the use of knowledge, skills, and/or… Read More A new article in American Educator by Paul, Casper & yours truly: If You Learn A, Will You Be Better Able to Learn B?
It’s that time of the year again: you don’t know what to buy for your partner, family member or friend who is working in education. Well, let me help you out, these 3 books can save your day! This is our classic ‘Urban Myths about Learning and Education’, even available in Swedish, Dutch and Chinese,… Read More 3 possible gifts for teachers for this holiday season (shameless self promotion 😉 )
Di esta charla en Chile hace un mes y fue doblada al español. Puedes encontrar más videos de ResearchED en español e inglés aquí. I gave this talk in Chile a month ago and it was dubbed into Spanish. You can find more ResearchED videos both in Spanish and English here.
This is the slidedeck I used in my keynote for the 24th E-learn conference 2019 in New Orleans, November 7th.
No, we weren’t done. Four years after our first book Urban Myths About Learning and Education, it’s high time to share all the factchecks that Paul, Casper and myself have been working on. In the book we discuss over 30 new myths, again using the 3 labels ‘complete nonsense’, ‘nuanced’ and ‘we don’t know’, the… Read More “More Urban Myths about Learning and Education” is now available!
I was able to reveal our new book cover during my presentation at the ResearchED conference. The release date is October 18th! Here it is:
I found this online: And now you may wonder if it’s true or fake news? Well, Paul, Casper and I have performed a little fact-check and it’s true!