At Philadelphia’s Workshop School, students are developing media production skills to shape their school community and their own learning.
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A new storytelling project in Kansas City—supported by an LRNG Innovators Challenge Grant—builds community among diverse high school students.
English teacher Molly Vasich has always been curious about class participation—what prompts it and what discourages it? Teaching upper-level International Baccalaureate courses to predominantly white students at Washburn High School in Minneapolis, Vasich was particularly aware of the class participation patterns among her few students of color. For some, engagement spiked during units on African-American […]
An afterschool writing center offers fourth- and fifth-graders the opportunity to explore their creative capacity upon completing a warm-up writing exercise.
Professional development training at Nashville Public Library, a member of the YOUmedia Learning Labs Network, focuses on the planning and designing of programs that are centered around connected learning.
Through the Letters to the Next President 2.0 project, students and educators embrace digital writing and media-making as chance to be heard in an election year.
We’re excited to announce the 11 teams of educators who are building the future, today, through our LRNG Innovators Challenge grants. These grants were made possible with support from the National Writing Project, John Legend’s Show Me Campaign, and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
New funding opportunities through LRNG will support connected learning by leveraging rich resources in communities and helping young people connect their interests beyond classroom walls.
Educator innovator Mia Zamora introduces Virtually Connecting, a new connected learning community with a foundational commitment to equity and access.
The “Pop Up and Make” project in Greenville, North Carolina—supported by a 2014 LRNG Innovation Challenge grant—is supporting the creation of mobile spaces where students can play, tinker, make, and collaborate on a host of projects that speak to their interests in informal learning pathways.