No, I won’t be starting a new series. I just want to tell you I will be taking a break from blogging. The past few months have been hectic, to say the least. Take care, have fun and please, stay safe.
The year is almost over, so high time to check which posts have been read and shared most often. These 2019 posts were most popular during the past 12 months: MIT-study looked at the long term effects of the flipped classroom: any benefit quickly faded and it made the achievement gap worse. New Swedish report… Read More The most-read posts of 2019 of The Economy of Meaning!
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!
The end of the year is here, a great moment to look back with two top 5’s. These are the posts written in 2018 that were read the most: Double meta-analysis on Growth Mindset: how big are the effects really? Great video on Tuesday: Alternative Math (did I mention that it it is a great… Read More This blog in 2018
Dear readers, tomorrow I’m flying to DC to be part of the CTTL-academy and after that – finally – some time off. This means I will try no to blog for 2 weeks. The past has thought me that this will be difficult, but who knows. Maybe I’l succeed this time. In the meantime, do… Read More Out of office
2017 was a special year for a lot of people. I know that there are lot of reasons to have mixed feelings. I do have to admit that for me it has been a year filled with incredible stuff. I want to summarize my year in a couple of tweets, but the best news I… Read More This was my 2017 in 4 tweets and a bit more
Wow, this is it: post 2000 on The Economy Of Meaning. This means: 188 Funny on Sundays, Over 400.000 views, A still growing amount of daily visitors, international translations of our work, and much, much more. What have been the most popular posts, you ask? So you want to compare educational systems from different countries? Where to… Read More Post 2000 on The Economy Of Meaning!
I have something to admit: I love being in America. I’ve been a couple of times in NY, I drove from Chicago to LA with my wife on our honeymoon with unforgettable detours via Memphis and Nashville. 2 years ago we drove on route 1 with our sons, 10 years after our honeymoon and I’m… Read More A personale note on the US today
The end of a year is always a great moment to look back at what were the most popular 2016-posts on this blog: Second funny on Sunday because too funny: a science paper written by Donald J Trump (no comment) Devil’s advocate. A plea against Prince Ea (Casper Hulshof) Gartner’s hype cycle for education 2016 Howard… Read More 2016 and The Economy Of Meaning
The past 2 years I’ve seen a steady rise of people using LinkedIn. I receive daily invites to connect and I also noticed that a lot of people visit this blog via this social media platform. In my experience LinkedIn is the more serious, older brother in the social media landscape. This is of course because the… Read More Just an idea for Microsoft: put a factcheck-button on LinkedIn