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Ignite Talks, Round #1 – Thursday, March 14, 4:00-5:00pm Central Time in Sheraton 4/5. Chaired by Alex Halavais and Antero Garcia.

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During the broadcast, the conversation also took place on Twitter using the hashtags #connectedlearning and #DML2013.

Guests for this webinar included:

  • Connie Yowell and Mark Surman – Making as Learning: How MacArthur and Mozilla are weaving connected learning and web literacy into shared strategy to transform how we learn, create and work in the digital world
  • Meryl Alper – Making Space in the Makerspace: Building a Mixed-Ability Maker Culture
  • David Cooper Moore – I Didn’t Want to Learn from Megaman
  • David Preston – Open Source Learning
  • Emily Goligoski & Damian Ewens – Open Badges at Work for Providence Learners
  • Andres Lombana-Bermudez – From Theory to Practice: Designing and Implementing a Connected Learning Experience
  • Christina Cantrill – More Passions, Not Fewer … the Rhizome Leads the Way!
  • David Cavallo – Transforming Rural Education in Developing Countries
  • Lee Thomason – Don’t Stop the Questioning!
  • Justin Reich – Connected Learning and the Unclear Road to Equity
  • Leslie Kratz & Christine Ballangee Morris – Improvisation & Collaboration
  • Reynol Junco – Online Identity and Creativity
  • Barry Joseph – Franklin Wants a Badge: A (Literally) Crowd-sourced Critique of Badge Anxiety

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To view ignite talks from last year’s DML Conference, click here.

#ConnectedLearning Discussion on Twitter

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