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IanGonsher1.jpg All rights reserved. Personal Story compiled by: Howard Rheingold Key Takeaways "I hope my classes challenge students to explore new ways of producing value, meaning, and utility in the objects and experiences they are designing. I hope design students recognize the extraordinary opportunity they have to shape the behaviors and experiences that...
crossposted from the Webmaker Blog We started running online learning modules in response to the growing need for people to learn how both the technical and social structures of the web work. Open, online learning can activate and inspire people, and we’ve been trying to make Webmaker’s #TeachTheWeb program a sustainable engine of learning and support for our community. We’re pleased to partner...
Making Learning Connected is an event we offered during The Summer to Make, Play & Connect by Educator Innovator and was powered by educators from the National Writing Project. The goals of this MOOC are to: a) engage participants in interest-driven, making-centered experiences that embody Connected Learning principles; b) to adopt a collaborative approach and a reflective stance toward the...
This was originally posted as a blog for Making Learning Connected 2014, otherwise known as CLMOOC. These reflections and connections come from the sixth week's Make Cycle focused on creation of 5-Image Stories by Jack Zangerle, Bonnie Kaplan, Marc Schroeder & Andrea Tejedor of the Hudson Valley Writing Project. Story by Mary Ellen B. On behalf of the Hudson Valley Writing Project, we want...
This was originally posted as a blog for Making Learning Connected 2014, otherwise known as CLMOOC. These reflections and connections come from the fifth week's Make Cycle focused on Storytelling with Light. and were written by The Maker Jawn Initiative team. Thanks on behalf of Maker Jawn for an amazing “Storytelling with Light” Make Cycle! We were so impressed with your projects and thought-...
This was originally posted as a blog for Making Learning Connected 2014, otherwise known as CLMOOC. These reflections and connections come from the fourth week's Make Cycle focused on Hacking Your Writing by Erica Holan Lucci and Mia Zamora of the Kean University Writing Project. Image of "Transformed Book" by Larry Hewett A heartfelt thank you to everyone in the CLMOOC community for your...
This was originally posted as a blog for Making Learning Connected 2014, otherwise known as CLMOOC. These reflections and connections come from the third week's Make Cycle focused on Making, Playing, and Hacking games by Joe Dillon, Denver Area Writing Project and Terry Elliott, Western Kentucky Writing Project.Image by Joe Dillon CC BY  Object of Play This game you've just unboxed this cycle is...
This was originally posted as a blog for Making Learning Connected 2014, otherwise known as CLMOOC. These reflections and connections come from the second week's Make Cycle focused on Memes! led by Kim Jaxon, Jarret Krone, and Peter Kittle of the Northern California Writing Project. A hearty and heartfelt thank you to everyone in the #clmooc community for your enthusiastic, thoughtful,...
This was originally posted as a blog for Making Learning Connected 2014, otherwise known as CLMOOC. These reflections and connections come from the first week's Make Cycle focused on creation of How-to Guides by Chris Butts and Rachel Bear of the Boise State Writing Project. Image by Tracy Hunter on Flickr CC BY Thank you to everyone in our community for your vigorous response to our invitation...
RikkeToftNorgard1.jpg All rights reserved.   Personal Story compiled by: Howard Rheingold Key Takeaways If you want something more than students progressing according to plan against teacher-set goals, start out by thinking "How do I invite students to take matters into their own hands? How do I allow for them to become agents of change? What does that mean to a...

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