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Justin Reich
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Justin Reich 16h
we are thinking about having a group viewing and live tweeting
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Justin Reich 16h
plenty of time! Glad to have you...
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AndresFVeraRamírez Mar 26
Design Thinking for Leading and Learning (!). Great path, after the challenge
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Justin Reich Mar 26
agree that first degrees/diplomas and retraining are different, and that we won't solely educate our way out of inequality
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Justin Reich Mar 26
credential creep part of expansion of HS in 20C--diploma/GED requirements in late 20c. G&K still argue for net gain to society
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Justin Reich Mar 26
How does this interpretation square w/ Goldin & Katz 2 pretty good econs w/ a lot of data on why ed matters
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Steven Payne Mar 25
Still time to enrol on the 'Design Thinking for Leading and Learning' course - looks awesome so far -
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Justin Reich Mar 25
the lack of a learner profile in edX has always been a huge downfall. HBX does it well. is there any api here?
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Justin Reich Mar 25
say more...
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Justin Reich Mar 25
Here's the map and some data about the top 100 countries by enrollment in It's a global endeavor! cc:
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Tina Zita Mar 25
I loved how summarized design thinking so succinctly in Learn more about the course at
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Justin Reich Mar 24
with the chipmunks!
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TBL Mar 24
Designers find latent needs where seems to be nothing
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Anya Kamenetz Mar 24
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EdTechTeacher Mar 24
"How can we extend pockets of excellence w/tech integration to scale systemic sustainable change?" -
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Ronald Klain Mar 23
Comic relief on a sad night in health care history: An excerpt from 's 2000 book, "The America We Deserve:"
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Karen McClymont Mar 24
Enjoying the direction of the course thus far.. plus the forum is an inspiring place to exist .. thanks everyone ..
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Andreas Johansson Mar 24
Did you know penguins have knees?
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Megan Haddadi Mar 22
a few ways to think about design thinking process and engineering design process
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Laura Schmidt Mar 22
Design thinking: flexible, powerful, systematic approach to critical thinking with alternating periods of flare and focus.
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