Monthly Archives: March 2014

‘Maddening Capriciousness,’ and Moving from State to Trait . . . Olé!!!!

I concede that the universe does open up and shine down wonderful, scary, and bizarre acts of utter randomness from time-to-time.  For example, in 1815 Robert B. Thomas, publisher of the Farmer’s Almanac, discovered too late that the weather predictions … Continue reading

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The ‘Why’ Of This ‘How:’ Gamification To Hack Flow & Change Status Quo

I can’t think of a conversation over the past decade in which someone has defended the status quo in education.  So why is it that we aren’t moving?  I don’t think the ‘why’ is the reason.  I think we leaders … Continue reading

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Can you abide Ignorance? Can WE?

If ‘thoroughly conscious ignorance is the prelude to every real advance in science,’ then why are we so uncomfortable with this thing called ‘ignorance? Ok, we know a lot of stuff, right?  I mean, a LOT of stuff!  And there’s … Continue reading

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Complicated is NOT Complex!

  “Complex is NOT complicated.”  Nicolas Perony’s TED Talk has got me wondering(click the image above to go to the talk) ‘Something complicated is comprised of many small parts, all different and each has its own  precise role.’  Something complex … Continue reading

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