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Museum educators and teachers from Philadelphia will share some of the things they have learned from designing learning for middle school youth in out-of-school time spaces at the intersections of science, literacy, gaming, and making. This webinar will discuss experiences and questions that emerge from the GAME ON! Philadelphia project through which youth explore the nature of gaming alongside natural science concepts. The discussion will also focus youth creating their own games that integrate new science knowledge and that can be shared with public audiences. Join the Conversation: During the broadcast, the conversation will also take place on Twitter using the… Read more
Image, Sound, and Story is a professional development program from the Jacob Burns Film Center preparing teachers in grades 5-10 to integrate viewing and creating media into their classroom culture and literacy instruction. The curriculum will eventually expand to reach Pre-K - 12. In addition to sharing excerpts of the unique and innovative approach of Image, Sound, and Story, the webinar will share some brief case studies of how it is being implemented in 5th-10th grade classrooms. Teachers’ lesson plans and student work will illustrate how visual thinking skills can influence reading and writing literature, nonfiction, and persuasive texts, all while supporting… Read more
In this webinar, education experts will model how to use visible thinking strategies to enhance the power of primary sources in your classroom. A wide variety of easy-to-use routines will be modeled and discussed. About the Library of Congress: The mission of the Library of Congress is to support the Congress in fulfilling its constitutional duties and to further the progress of knowledge and creativity for the benefit of the American people. The Library of Congress is the repository of millions of primary source items relevant to the study of American history and civics. Many of these items have been… Read more
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.