• Macro Level Benefits of Skills Label

    When you create an original concept, you think how it solves a specific problem – on a micro level. But later, as it gains momentum, you start to see how it solves bigger problems – on a macro level. The idea of learning labels is intriguing. The genesis idea of learning labels was based on… Continue Reading

  • New Personalized Grading

    I am creating new personalized grading with the learning labels technology. It is easy to think of new features for a product, the difficult part is narrowing the list and focusing on ones that add the most value. There are clear reasons why this feature adds value. With learning labels, I work to convince practitioners… Continue Reading

  • Keep a Record of Learning

    I like to see the progress and movement we are experiencing with competency-based learning. In 2011, I started Skills Based Approach; I do not think there is much difference in what the phrases represent. A key aspect of this type of learning is an assessment – evaluation or estimation of a person’s ability. It is… Continue Reading

  • Get Ahead With a Mentor

    I am fortunate to have had two tremendous mentors in my life. My experiences had such a powerful, lasting impact on me, I feel compelled to share my stories and promote mentorships. I created this graphic without doing any research or reading articles on mentoring, this was based on purely personal reflection of my experiences.… Continue Reading

  • Getting Learning Standards on Labels

    Recently spoke with an education administrator about getting education standards on learning labels; I got a response “Ahhh”, an unsaid: How do you do that? Well, this video is my answer. With learning labels it is possible to start with skills and get standards or start with standards and get skills. This video demonstrates the… Continue Reading

  • Skills Learning Applications Work Together

    Thought of the Skills Based Approach SM (“SBA”) methodology in 2011 as I was creating a platform for personal websites. Early on, I recognized skills as a critical element of a personal website. In an abstract way, I see much of the content behind a personal website as presenting and validating skills (two stages of… Continue Reading