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Our children’s cognitive and emotional development, self-esteem, academic, and later social and economic success, all depend on how well they learn – on the health of their learning.   Whether we are involved in parenting, teaching, cognitive science, psychology, pedagogy, curriculum design, instructional design, direct instruction, constructivism, assessment, multiple intelligences, learning styles, learning differences, learning disabilities, learning theory, learning communities, organizational learning, preschool, elementary school, middle school, high school, home school, unschooling, college, university…  we all share the responsibility of stewarding the health of our children’s learning.

The Implicity site contains a collection of exhibits from a 20+ year exploration of learning and how we might become better stewards of the health of our children’s learning.  It predates the content on this site ( and will eventually be folded into it. Click here to visit the site.

There is also a companion YouTube Channel that contains a series of videos of David Boulton presenting his views on learning and technology at Apple events and various conferences in the 1990s.

Click here to visit the site.

for all children

2 Responses to Implicity

  1. Jo Hamilton November 21, 2013 at 10:10 pm #

    So thrilled to see you will be in Tennessee on December 5th! That’s just a stone’s throw from western North Carolina. I would love to hear you speak, but the forum appears to be a closed event for principals in Tennessee. I am just about to complete a master’s in educational leadership and I am filled with anticipation of where my life’s journey will take me next. Thank you so much for bringing your message to public school leaders. I continue to share COTC regularly with as many teachers, paraprofessionals, and school leaders. I was fortunate enough to attend the International Dyslexia Association conference in New Orleans! What an informative and inspiring four days. Hearing Louisa Moats speak was a true privilege. Anytime I feel alone in my struggle or am discouraged by the state of public education in North Carolina, I visit your websites and feel connected and renewed.
    Best Wishes,

    • Learning-Activist December 9, 2013 at 12:57 pm #

      Thank you Jo! The Tennessee Principals Association keynote went very well. I do hope we can cross paths at one of my events. FYI – I will be giving a Distinguished Lecture at the Center for Development and Learning’s annual conference this coming April. Thanks for all you do and good luck and congratulations on completing your master’s!

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