Bernard Bull is Vice Provost of Curriculum and Academic Innovation, Chief Innovation Officer, and Associate Professor of Education at Concordia University Wisconsin. He holds degrees in history, education, humanities, and instructional technology. He is author of What Really Matters: Ten Critical Issues in Contemporary Education, Missional Moonshots: Insight and Inspiration in Educational Innovation, and Adventures in Self-Directed Learning: Nurturing Learner Agency and Ownership. Bernard’s work focuses upon the critical analysis of futures and emerging trends in education, educational innovation and entrepreneurship, and the intersection of education and digital culture. Bernard is also founder of Birdhouse Learning Labs, an organization committed to leveraging educational research and development, quests, and competitions to amplify rich, inspiring, and empowering education. He writes about these and related themes at etale.org and is also host of the MoonshotEdu Show podcast.