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This second webinar of a three-part series featured 2014 LRNG Innovation Challenge grant recipients who shared the work they have been doing alongside youth as they produce, tinker, experiment, make, perform, and create, expanding time and space for youth interests and production-centered work in their schools and teaching/learning contexts. The LRNG Innovation Challenge is investing in teams of educators, in and outside of schools, who are working together to expand the connected ways that learners have to create, explore, and follow their interests and passions across the spheres of their formal educational lives and out-of-school communities.

Guests for this webinar included:

  • Kate Fox, Director, The Birch School, Rock Tavern, NY
  • Cosby Hunt, Senior Manager of Social Studies Education, Center for Inspired Teaching, Washington, DC
  • Norma Rodriguez, Teacher, Liberty Elementary, Riverside, CA

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