Opportunities to connect with Connected Learning Principles
As we think together about the Connected Learning principles, we want to invite you to several upcoming events.
This week on Teachers Teaching Teachers:
Wednesday, March 21st. Live webinar 9pm EST.
Join Paul Allison and the TTT team (Chris Sloan and Monika Hardy) to talk about Connected Learning/connecting-our-learning. Elyse Eidman-Aadahl along with a group of NWP teacher leaders who attended the Digital Media and Learning 2012 Conference will share their thoughts and points of inquiry emerging from DML, we will hear a little more about the connected learning principles overall and think together about the meaning of all these things for our work, networks, and learning in general.
A series of webinars will highlight ways that the Connected Learning principles are being practiced by colleagues in a range of professional contexts.
Are you interested in blogging about any of these webinars in particular? If so, we would love you to share your blog on Digital Is and we will push it out to the larger NWP community and the DML community.
March 22 – 10:00 AM PST
Mimi Ito – Translation, Triggers, and Transitions: What does it take to connect interests to achievement?
What support can parents & educators provide young people to connect interests with school, career & politically relevant achievement?
March 29 – 10:00 AM PST
Buffy Hamilton – The Unquiet Librarian
How do libraries cultivate participatory literacy to disrupt what Paulo Freire calls the “banking” system of education?
April 3 – 8:00 AM PST
Philipp Schmidt – Peer2Peer University
P2PU Co-Founder Philipp Schmidt will discuss his insights regarding the dynamic growth of the P2PU community.
April 10 – 9:00 AM PST
Howard Rheingold – Social Media and Peer Learning: From Mediated Pedagogy to Peeragogy
Discover how giving students more responsibility in shaping their own curriculum can lead to more active participation.
April 17 – 7:00 AM PST
“Brother Mike” Hawkins – YOUmedia Mentor
“Brother Mike” Hawkins will share his personal experience with the power and potential of interest-driven learning.
April 19 – 7:00 AM PST
Katie Salen – Making Learning Irresistible: 6 Principles of Game-like Learning
6 guiding principles underlying a learning model developed by the Institute of Play, which uses the intrinsic qualities of game design and play to reimagine.
April 24 – 9:00 AM PST
Joe Kahne – Youth & Participatory Politics
What is the relationship between online participatory practices and political participation?
May 1 – 9:00 AM PST
Mark Surman – Mozilla Open Badges
Mark Surman will highlight the potential benefits of the Open Badges initiative and share how people can kick-start their own badging systems.