< Webinars

Combining a traditional face-to-face university course with social media student co-teaching and co-learning.

On Thursday, April 30 from 9-10am PT (12-1pm ET), Howard Rheingold and his former students from Berkeley and Stanford discussed perspectives on using social media in the college classroom to facilitate co-learning and co-teaching.

This webinar was part of an April 2015 series titled Connected Learning in the Classroom: Conversations from the Field with Howard Rheingold, Creator of Social Media Classroom. Check out all the details at http://bit.ly/CLClassroom

From this Series:

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

Guests for this webinar included:

  • Howard Rheingold – Critic, writer, and teacher
  • Laura Moorhead – Journalist for 15 years, most recently as a contributing editor at PBS Frontline/World and as a senior editor at Wired, and starting as an Assistant Professor at SFSU in August
  • Kathryn Ford  – Physician,mother and recently assisted Nueva Schools in curriculum planning
  • Stephanie Parker – Graduate of Stanford’s Media Studies Master’s Program, and currently works on the News team at YouTube
  • Johan Jessen – Designer at Google Robotics
  • Lauren Kelly – Online media and content marketing professional living in San Francisco
  • Brian Edgar – Writer, researcher and ventures catalyst with an interest in wellness, social movements, media and cultural change–has a PhD in education from Stanford University and works at Kumu
  • Stephanie Lepp – Artist and strategist dedicated to deepening human connection in new and innovative ways, producer of DAYBREAKER, an early morning dance movement in cities worldwide, and a Research Affiliate at the Institute for the Future
  • Tracy Vu  – Received her undergraduate degree in Anthropology from Stanford University and is also currently pursuing a masters in Media Studies

Resources for this webinar:

#ConnectedLearning Discussion on Twitter


Upcoming Events


NWP Radio—Selling Inservices

Tune in to NWP Radio for tips about how to go about making money for your local Writing Project site.... 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... Read More


NAMLE National Conference

In response to the current political discourse and the growing urgency for active civic participation, The National Association for Media... Read More

@INNOVATES_ED Twitter Feed