No Such Thing, Episode 62: "Human Centered Learning Experience Design"
Listen to this episode to hear a conversation with Bernard Bull about his work, views, and methods in learning experience design for learners.
Listen to No Such Thing: Episode 62
Guest Bio: Bernard Bull
My work focuses upon educational innovation, learner-driven communities, futures in education, social entrepreneurship in education, and the intersection of education and digital culture.
Dr. Bull most recently served as Chief Innovation Officer, Vice Provost of Curriculum and Innovation, and Professor of Education at Concordia University Wisconsin. There he led a University-wide effort to refine and expand low-residency and online learning opportunities for adult and post-traditional learners.
Now President at Vermont's Goddard College, Dr. Bull is a widespread and active voice in the K-12 and higher education landscape regarding alternative and experimental education; emerging practices in grading, assessment, and credentials; self-directed learning; nurturing learner agency and ownership; and the intersection of education and digital culture.
He is the author of several books, including Missional Moonshots: Insight & Inspiration in Educational Innovation, What Really Matters: Ten Critical Issues in Contemporary Education, and Adventures in Self-Directed Learning.
Links from this episode:
- Austin Kleon: https://austinkleon.com/
- Martin Seligman, Flourish: https://www.amazon.com/Flourish-Visionary-Understanding-Happiness-Well-being/dp/1439190763
- What Is In The Air: https://whatisintheair.com/
- RESLE, Boise State:
- Chris Haskell, Boise State: https://dochaskell.com/
- Barry Fishman, U. Michigan: http://www.soe.umich.edu/people/profile/barry_fishman/
- 90+ Education Documentaries to Challenge & Inspire: https://etale.org/main/2014/03/18/45-education-documentaries-to-challenge-inspire/
- To Know For Real, edited by Benson and Adams: https://www.amazon.com/Know-Real-Pitkin-Goddard-College/dp/0912362200
About No Such Thing
The show is about learning with technology, the realities and exciting potential, but it’s also about youth and the practitioners who support them –- youth developers, museum educators, teachers, mentors, counselors, parents–as they grow their identity, and journey forward.
The show’s first episodes were produced in partnership with City University of New York's Masters Program in Youth Studies at SPS. Learn more on the School of Professional Studies website.
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