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Master Unlearning

Posted in Books, Children, College, Education

Chief Unlearning Officer Jack Uldrich asks whether you are mastering unlearning.

Unlearning the University of Today

Posted in College, Education, University

Last evening, I had the pleasure of participating in a strategic planning session with the senior management team from one of the world's largest online universities.  I began my session by noting how Cisco (just yesterday) announced that by 2015 — or in just 4 short years — the number of network-connected devices will quadruple…

Questioning Higher Education

Posted in Ask a New Question, College, Education, University

"If Harvard were really the best education, if it makes that much of a difference, why not ed-treatment-info.com it so more people can attend?" This excellent question — which I would categorize under the art of asking a new question — comes compliments of Peter Thiel, the co-founder of PayPal, who believes there is a…

First Year Disorientation

Posted in Ambiguity, College, Culture, Education, Innovation, Kindergarten, Unlearn Strategy

The New York Times recently published this article A Campus Where Unlearning is First discussing how the American University in Cairo is trying to encourage students to think for themselves. The university doesn't approach the concept of unlearning as I do in my many unlearning strategies but I love the president's idea of replacing a first-year orientation…

Unlearning the 4-Year College Education

Posted in College, Education

A college education is typically four years. Is there any reason why this length must remain the norm? The answer is a resounding “no.” Last year, I suggested the future of college may be $99 a month.   A few innovators are now offering college courses using a new, “all you can consume” model. In other…


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