Tag: edtech

I Hate Games: An Introduction & History of Play

I hate games. Seriously. I’ve always hated games. My fun meter immediately drops with even the slightest mention of games. I don’t know why I hate games. Maybe I’m ADD? Maybe I’m to apathetic about competition and winning? Sometimes, games just seem like a lot of extra work and a walk (or something) sounds more enjoyable.   Someone: Want to… Read more →

Learning in 2026: What the Adult Learner can Expect

Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been heads down on Watson re-branding at work, my literature review on AI in learning and talking future edtech in my Producing Media for Learning class. The timing couldn’t be better. I’m fully immersed in future tech and it’s impact on learning experiences and outcomes. So, what will adult education look like 10… Read more →

Pedago.me does TLTS 2016 – Denver, CO

Get ready ed tech, pedago.me’s coming for ya… I am super excited to share that I will be part of an interactive forum with some extraordinary instructional technologist and digital innovators this October on the Metropolitan State University campus in Denver, Colorado. What is TLTS? The Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium (TLTS) is an interactive forum designed to collaborate… Read more →

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