Equity and Learning in the 21st Century Classroom: an ‘unHangout’
- on Apr 29, 2014
- at 1:00 pm–2:00 pm
- by Connected Learning Alliance
The Connected Learning TV series brought together classroom teachers, university researchers, and contributors to the new MacArthur Foundation/NWP eBook, Teaching in the Connected Learning Classroom,” in order to discuss how Connected Learning could increase equity and access for students, offer multiple pathways to openly networked learning, and inspire civic engagement – all within the academic classroom with teachers leading the way.
The month-end ‘unHangout’ took place at 1:00pm PT/4:00pm ET and participants shared what they had learned/what was inspiring to them from the past month’s conversations.
From this Series:
- Part 1—Networked Classrooms: Providing Equitable Access to Connected Learning
- Part 2—Classrooms as Community Hubs: Developing Open Digital Networks
- Part 3—Multiple Paths to Success: Promoting Peer-Supported Learning Grounded in Student Interests
- Part 4—Citizens in the Making: Inspiring Students to Engage in Transformative Civic Learning
View the Conversation
During the broadcast, the conversation also took place on Twitter using the hashtag #connectedlearning.
Guests for this webinar included:
- “Applying Connected Learning Strategies to the Classroom” – hosted by Janelle Bence
- “Finding and Taking Advantage of Digital Resources & Networks” – hosted by Jason Sellers
- “Bringing the Classroom & the Community Together Through Connected Civic Learning” – hosted by Nicole Mirra
Resources for this webinar:
- Download the ‘Teaching in the Connected Learning Classroom’ eBook
- Connected Learning Resources for Educators
Photos/ MIT Media Lab