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Jan 12, 2021

Teachers make great instructional designers. There are many similarities in both roles with pedagogy, the learning experience, designing curriculum, and more. However, how does a teacher transition to an instructional design position? On today's episode, I give five recommendations for teachers who want to...


Dec 29, 2020

Today’s episode is all about marketing for online higher ed. How is it that some institutions have grown exponentially compared to others? Joining me today to discuss this is the Founder and CEO of Kanahoma, Seth Odell. Seth is the marketing machine behind institutions like UCLA, SNHU, and many more. In my mind, when...


Dec 8, 2020

Going back to school is really challenging as an adult. I don’t think that’s a secret. You have to overcome issues with time management, work life balance, and other commitments. It doesn’t matter if it’s an associates, bachelors, or masters, all of these are challenging. Going back to school for a doctorate...


Nov 24, 2020

“What is learning engineering?” This was a question I recently asked myself as I kept reading more about it, but I didn’t understand how instructional design and learning engineering intersect. I sought out to find an expert in the learning engineering space and I found one! He happens to also be at MIT. Dr. Aaron...


Nov 10, 2020

What do fish, Apple Watches, the legend of Zelda, and learning science have in common? They are all featured on today’s episode! Dr. Julia Huprich from Intellum, Catcat, and Learning Science Weekly comes on the show to talk about the nerdiest of learning nerd topics.