Author: George Couros

From “How To Win Friends and Influence People“: Do you know someone you would like to change and regulate and improve? Good! That is fine. I am all in favor…

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I saw the title for this post, “How to Win Every Argument” and first thought, “This article could be great for the work that I do, often trying to convince…

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The notion of “embracing failure” has become one that has become very popular in education over the last few years.  To me, the semantics matter.  “Embracing” is not the right…

Read More 3 Ways We Can Learn from Past Success

I am asked this question in my sessions often: “What is the next big technology in education?” My answer? “I don’t know.  You probably don’t either.” There is more to…

Read More Focusing on the “Next Big Thing”

I loved this post by Becky Schnekser, titled, “Instead of thinking of ways it won’t work — try thinking of ways it could.” This part stuck out to me: So…

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