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In this second webinar of a two-part series about “building school 2.0,” educators Zac Chase, Alex Gilliam, MaryBeth Hertz, and Diana Laufenberg, joined by students from Science Leadership Academy’s Beeber campus, Brodie Bauman, Troy Taylor, and Marcus Villacorta, made connections between theses from Building School 2.0, co-authored by Chris Lehmann and Zac Chase, and what’s happening in the classroom. Building School 2.0 offers 95 theses for creating the schools we need, focusing on the ways to build bridges between theory and practice in classrooms driven by inquiry and project-based learning. Educators and youth in this webinar discussed this bridge-building process and how they put connected learning principles into practice.

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During the broadcast, the conversation also took place on Twitter using the hashtag #connectedlearning.

Guests for this webinar include:

  • Brodie Bauman, Student at Science Leadership Academy @Beeber
  • Christina Cantrill (host), Associate Director of National Programs, National Writing Project
  • Zac Chase, Instructional Technology Coordinator, St. Vrain Valley School District on detail to the U.S. Department of Education and Co-Author of Building School 2.0
  • Alex Gilliam, Founder of Public Workshop in Philadelphia and Tiny WPA
  • MaryBeth Hertz, Technology Coordinator at Science Leadership Academy @Beeber, Philadelphia, PA
  • Diana Laufenberg, Teacher-Consultant and Inquiry Schools Co-founder
  • Troy Taylor, Student at Science Leadership Academy @Beeber
  • Marcus Villacorta, Student at Science Leadership Academy @Beeber

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