Change is a process, not an event

In education, disruptive innovation serves as a catalyst for change. As change goes, most people do not like it, so incorporating disruptive innovations can be faced with challenges. In education specifically, resistance to change will surface from administration and faculty alike, which could prevent innovations from even being discussed. It is important, however, to fight… Continue reading Change is a process, not an event


Disruptive Innovation

photo by Angela Renee Smith-Faulkner on untblendedlearning.weebly.com Disruptive innovation “describes a process by which a product or service takes root initially in simple applications at the bottom of a market and then relentlessly moves up market, eventually displacing established competitors” (Clayton Christensen Institute, 2014). Hm. Okey dokey. So, in teacher language, at least for me, disruptive innovation… Continue reading Disruptive Innovation