dml2013

Peace Digital Is community, from 21st Century Detroit! I am BRYCE, a professional record producer, performing artist, and native Detroiter. Recently, I have transitioned from a career in pop music to serving youth and building sustainable communities through economic justice, expressed through entertainment media arts. My entry into the world of popular education is via my youth media literacy...
As my first post, I'm adding slides from a workshop that Ryan Hill from ARTLAB+ at the Hirshhorn and I did at the Digital Media and Learning conference this year. Ryan and I are both working to develop YOUmedia digital teen spaces at our respective institutions thanks to grants from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. The title of the workshop was "HOMAGO for All: Applying HOMAGO...
Ben Kirshner, from University of Colorado Boulder, kicked off the question/answer session of the Envisioning 21st Century Civic Education panel at DML by highlighting three principles of connected learning that he thinks might support us in moving in the right direction in terms of civic education: interest-driven openly networked production-centered He then framed the word “interest” in relation...
Live from DML2013: Ignite Talk - Christina Cantrill Video of Live from DML2013: Ignite Talk - Christina Cantrill All rights reserved. Sharing my DML2013 Ignite so that I can link and attribute all the great work that inspired it: John Dewey Image public domain Image CC BY-NC-SA by Luca9200 Image found at El Laberinto; reference A Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism...
This is reposted from my personal blog. I’ve just returned from four days at the Digital Media and Learning Conference, where the spotlight was squarely focused on youth civic engagement powered by the digital. It’s a topic I have great interest in these days because of work I’m involved with in the Oakland, CA, Unified School District. More on that, though, in an upcoming post. Here, I’m going...