In Mexico, one of the political parties is called the Partido Revolucionario Institutional,(PRI) The party of institutional revolution. One wonders how a political party can be both revolutionary and institutional, but that’s what the party calls itself. Mario Vargas Llosa famously called the PRI government of Mexico a perfect dictatorship. And so, this ‘democratically’ elected… Continue reading Pt 3. Being vs. Doing: Boyd, innovation and entropy
Category: The Urgent Need to Innovate
This category contains what I feel are really urgent messages to others. In short, time’s a wastin’. Do first, apologize later.
OODA(L)s of Fun: Maneuver Warfare, Innovation, and the EFL Classroom, Pt II. A prototype class
Think of your students as reluctant allies
From Crisis To Opportunity
This post originally appeared on Linked In, March 2020 From Crisis to Opportunity: Online education and the chance to change how you teach forever. Last week my university went from the 19th century (or earlier) model of education to a deep into the 21st century unknown. Just like many other institutions we had to switch… Continue reading From Crisis To Opportunity