Get to know the Connected Learning practices of other educators and discover the array of learning opportunities offered by our partners. Whether through webinars, open courses and MOOCs (massive open online collaborations), or other activities, you can engage with resources and opportunities to make learning more relevant for our times.

Innovation Challenges

Ready to take up the challenge of building the future of education? Take on the LRNG Innovation Challenge. Find learning opportunities and apply for grants to make learning connected in your community.

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See how others are using connected learning in their classrooms and learning spaces.

Ask a Maker Educator

CLTV at Educator Innovator is excited to co-stream the "Ask a Maker Educator" series from Maker Ed. Read more about the show below: Ask a Maker Educator (AaME) is an online series, run by Maker Ed, to support educators with their questions and help them further their ideas. This informal 30-minute gathering online (Wednesdays at 4pm PST) pairs up a Maker Ed staff member with a cool maker educator(s) to chat with and answer questions from the community. Viewers can submit questions online using the form on makered.org, or by viewing the video conference and asking their questions live. Information… Read more

Teacher Leadership Here, There, and Everywhere

Recognizing that teacher leadership has become a hot educational topic, and that many organizations are working to grow and foster it and to put it to work to improve teaching and learning, the National Writing Project is hosting this conversation with leaders from three teacher leadership development organizations in order to explore key questions about teacher leadership: What is it? How is it fostered? And what good does it do in the world? Participants for this Webinar Include:  Hadley Ferguson, Executive Director at the Edcamp Foundation Brianna Donaldson, Director of the Math Teachers' Circle Network Jennie Brotman, Director of Service… Read more

Writing with Love and Agency: An Invitation to Annotate with Marginal Syllabus

For this conversation, we are joined by Bronwyn Clare LaMay, author of Personal Narrative, Revised: Writing Love and Agency in the High School Classroom (2016, Teachers College Press and National Writing Project). Guests will explore how students and teachers can bring their whole selves to the classroom and how drawing on their personal experiences via narrative writing can lead to a richer exploration of literature and other academic subjects. We'll dive deeper into Chapter 5 of the book, titled "Revising Narrative Truth," in collaboration with the organizers of Marginal Syllabus; this conversation kids off a week-long “annotathon” hosted by Marginal… Read more

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CLMOOC is a collaborative, knowledge-building and sharing experience open to anyone interested in making, playing, and learning together about the educational framework known as Connected Learning.

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