The Plan Is That There Is No Plan (or, rather, several)
Students will not have only a single career. Our task is education for agility, fluidity, critical and creative thinking, and engaged citizenship for a series of careers. My working life’s series of careers has had no pattern discernible to anyone else. Here I describe history, influences, and insights—my journey, destinations, and evolving leadership perspective.
KeywordsInstructional design Educational technology Technology services Union Union leadership Administration Leadership
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