Happy Birthday Brilliant or Insane; What’s Next?

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Sure, it’s a bit self serving, but, hey, you only turn 1 once. So, Happy Birthday Brilliant or Insane, which is one year old.

This birthday celebration is more about you, our loyal reader, than it is about us. Say “Happy Birthday” to a group of education bloggers and readers, who represent legitimate education reform. The content may be Brilliant, it may be Insane; sometimes, it’s just downright informative. We published 500 insightful articles on education and other intriguing topics in our first year, and there’s plenty more to come.

This year, we’ll launch a new logo, a new slogan and much more. . .

In our second year, you can expect more anti-traditional education posts, a continued movement to change how learning is assessed, more bashing of traditional homework, and voices stentorian against education’s biggest enemy–the Common Core.

As always, we want you involved. With nearly 1,000 comments, intelligent conversation about education issues and modern technology is ongoing here at B or I.

There will be more posts in our You Vote: B or I category, as these have grown in popularity. You love infographics, and we’ll continue to post these weekly.

We’ll have more outstanding posts from education thought leaders like, Gerald Aungst, Forrest Miller, Reed Gillespie, and other popular bloggers.

Our wildly popular “6 Ways. . .” posts will grow in number, and B or I will continue to be at the forefront of the progressive education movement.

This year, we’ll launch a new logo, a new slogan and much more, but thought-provoking content that you might call Brilliant or Insane will remain the foundation of this blog.

So, throw us a “Happy Birthday” in the comment section, if you like, and feel free to share your thoughts about B or I and anything else you that’s on your mind. Oh, and stop in daily, as there’s always something new here.

As always, thanks for making Brilliant or Insane one of education’s most popular blogs. We appreciate your loyalty.

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Mark Barnes is the author of many education books, including Bestseller Hacking Education, part of his Hack Learning Series, books that solve big problems with simple ideas. Barnes presents internationally on assessment, connected education, and student-centered learning. Join more than 100,000 interested educators who follow @markbarnes19 on Twitter.

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