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.

Engaging Teens as Changemakers: A KidsTales.org Case Study

How can you engage teens to be Changemakers?  KidsTales.org, a nonprofit founded by a kid for kids, will present their changemaking story and explore how to create, engage, and sustain teen changemakers. Kidstales.org brings creative writing workshops, taught by teen instructors, to 8 to 12 year old kids that do not have access to writing experiences outside of school. During a Kids Tales workshop, kids spend a week creating their very own short story. At the end of the week, the stories are assembled in a collection and self-published as a real, physical anthology. This past summer Kids Tales taught… Read more

The First 100 Days with #2nextprez

Did you love Letters to the Next President? Are you looking for ways to keep students energized about issues that matter to them? Join us for a discussion with educators who are using the first 100 days of the new administration to continue (and start!) conversations, projects and civic action around issues important to students. The first 100 days goes through the end of April, so there’s plenty of time to get inspired. Join the Conversation: During the broadcast, the conversation will also take place on Twitter using the hashtag #2nextprez. Resources for this webinar: Nine Ways to Teach Election 2016 in… Read more

How Do We Tell Our Stories in the Digital Age?

Connected to a larger project called Network Narratives (#netnarr) this opening conversation will be a consideration of literature in the digital age. What is electronic literature? Where can we discover it? What narrative genres have emerged based on the affordances of new media tools? What role might transmedia storytelling play in our school environments? Join the Conversation: During the broadcast, the conversation will also take place on Twitter using the hashtag #connectedlearning. Participants for this Webinar Include: Leonardo Flores, Professor of English at the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez Mia Zamora, Associate Professor of English, Director of the Kean University Writing… 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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