The Hsieh Program in Business is a marketplace of students, practitioners, and scholars where the only currency traded is time.
This unaccredited, but credible, 501 (c)(3) “un-school” will produce a self-sustaining community where students “graduate” into practitioner/scholar status after demonstrating proficiency in five fluid thought areas:
Truth, Lies, & Bullshit (commonly known as “Accounting”) Value, [...]
Full disclosure: I have nothing do with the production or creation of the content in Example 1. I am a very interested observer in the evolution of this content and in figuring out distribution channels. In example 2, I am responsible for all of the editing and scripting of the content. An incredible partner collaborates [...]
Aside from a half-finished lesson on Codecademy, I have no other experience with coding, web design, or the like. In this way, my highly preferred method for creating anything is to use what is already available.
I am currently co-teaching a course that was developed last year and in its second iteration. For this course, [...]
Social network. Network effects. Networking. Networked. Global network. The word network is ubiquitous. Despite the arguably overworked use of the term “network,” I was still struck by Anya Kamenetz’ idea of the Personal Learning Network:
“Learning online can be a solitary activity at times. But in the long run, no one learns alone. You need [...]
Our assignment this week was to try out an online education platform and write down our observations. Just like 90% of other MOOC-ers, I have yet to complete one course, despite trying out several platforms: Udacity, Coursera, EdX, Codecademy, etc. I made a quick table of notes about these platforms, but even the information here is [...]