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During the month of July, the National Writing Project hosted a four-webinar series on Connectedlearning.tv. The series, Writers at Work: Making and Connected Learning, continued with our fourth and final webinar yesterday, with some great sharing and insight from our guests and a lively conversation in the chat. This webinar was hosted by Antero Garcia of the Colorado State University Writing...
During the month of July, the National Writing Project is hosting a four-webinar series on Connectedlearning.tv. The series, Writers at Work: Making and Connected Learning, continued with our third webinar yesterday, with some great sharing and insight from our guests and a lively conversation in the chat. Above is the archived video from the webinar. You can see this video, as well as an...
During the month of July, the National Writing Project is hosting a four-webinar series on Connectedlearning.tv. The series, Writers at Work: Making and Connected Learning, continued with our second webinar yesterday, with a great discussion among our guests and a lively conversation in the chat. Above is the archived video from the webinar. You can see this video, as well as an archive with...
In July 2013, the National Writing Project hosted a series of webinars and twitter chats at Connected Learning TV called Writers at Work. In that series, we tapped into a variety of ways that Connected Learning principles provide a powerful framework for innovating practice in and across a range of learning environments and are being explored and embodied in schools, after-school programs, and...
When NWP staff contacted me back in April to ask if I’d be interested in working to help create and facilitate the Making Learning Connected #clmooc, I blindly and enthusiastically jumped at the opportunity.  Over the last few weeks I collaborated in real time and in lag time with my fellow facilitators in calendars, hangouts, documents, dashboards, chats, and communities with NWP staff and #...
When NWP staff contacted me back in April to ask if I’d be interested in working to help create and facilitate the Making Learning Connected #clmooc, I blindly and enthusiastically jumped at the opportunity.  Over the last few weeks I collaborated in real time and in lag time with my fellow facilitators in calendars, hangouts, documents, dashboards, chats, and communities with NWP staff and #...
Today at 10am PT (1pm ET), the National Writing Project is kicking off a month-long series of webinars & Twitter chats on how connected learning provides a framework for innovation across learning contexts. You can find more info about the month's series of events, "Writers At Work: Making and Connected Learning." The first webinar features Elyse Eidman-Aadahl, Nichole Pinkard, Andrew...
Make Cycle 2 of #clmooc is off to a great start. See the Newsletter prompt and information about this cycle below.  Make Cycle 2: Shared Purpose and Open Networks Welcome to Make Cycle Two in the Making Learning Connected collaboration! Let’s give facilitators Kevin Hodgson and Terry Elliott a big hand for kicking us off last week with a great cycle of making, using introductions to build shared...
After a Department of Education kick-off at the Reimagining Education Conference and initial practitioner learning opportunities by partners Scratch, the Afterschool Alliance, and Mozilla Webmakers, the Summer of Making and Connecting kicks into even higher gear with the launch of  Maker Party 2013 and the Making Learning Connected mooc on June 15. Maker Party consists of hundreds of meet-ups and...
What are the various reasons behind 'making as learning' gaining traction in the education reform arena? Read Julian's full post on DMLcentral.net: http://bit.ly/19M9dAU. You can learn more about Julian on his blog at www.julianseftongreen.net. ------------------------ Intro to "Making and Education Reform: Learning to Ride the Wave" At this moment in time, on both sides of the Atlantic, digital...

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