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The Class

2021-01-14T07:21:07+01:00Tags: , , , , |

This research project examined the emerging mix of on- and offline experiences in teenagers’ daily learning lives. We focused on the fluctuating web of peer-to-peer networks that may cut across institutional boundaries, adult values and established practices of learning and leisure. Key research questions included: How do social relationships shape forms of learning in and out of school? And how do forms of learning shape social relationships? How do young people use digital technologies within their daily activities within and beyond the classroom, as part of their ‘learning lives’, and under what conditions is this constructive, enabling or impeding? How is [...]

Leveraging Horizontal Expertise

2021-01-07T07:02:17+01:00Tags: , , , , |

This Connected Learning Research Network (CLRN) project at the University of Colorado at Boulder examines how the social organization of activity settings, forms of mediation, and tool use can be employed to leverage both horizontal (everyday) and vertical (scientific or school-based) kinds of expertise (Gutiérrez & Vossoughi, 2010) in children and young adults. Too often, especially in school or formal learning environments, everyday expertise and knowledge are in tension with school-based knowledge. From a cultural-historical perspective of learning and development, we are interested in how everyday and scientific knowledge grow into one another. We examine how children leverage new tools, practices, [...]

Leveling Up

2020-12-17T07:19:18+01:00Tags: , , , |

The Leveling Up project investigates the learning dynamics of interest-driven online groups that support academically-relevant knowledge seeking and expertise development. How do online groups and platforms support feedback, publicity, and reputation development that fosters skills and expertise? What kinds of learning resources are in the environment, such as teachers, coaches, and instructional materials? What kinds of social and technological supports encourage young people to participate, persist, and achieve? What are the learning and social outcomes of participation? Our initial case studies focus on the learning and production resources surrounding gaming. We are also developing a case study of fiber arts expertise [...]

7 things you should be about The Hybrid Flexible Course Model

2021-02-08T23:32:15+01:00Tags: , , , , , |

The hybrid flexible, or HyFlex format (a model that was developed at San Francisco State University) is an instructional approach that combines face-to-face (F2F) and online learning. Each class session and learning activity is offered in-person, synchronously online, and asynchronously online. Students can decide how to participate. Central to this model is the principle that the learning is equivalent, regardless of the mode. All participants must have equitative access to the learning resources, the instructor, and one another. As it is a new way of teaching through technology, it may need updates and infrastructure, but despite this, it is very helpful [...]

Make Super Simple Videos for Teaching Online

2020-09-21T08:30:10+01:00Tags: , , , , |

In the video, Professor Michael Wesch from the University of Kansas, explains why it is important to generate audiovisual records related to education. He gives the next 5 reasons which justify this importance: humanize the online class, generate links, validate and motivate students, save time, and implicit messages. It also describes how to overcome the fear of shame. In addition, it provides useful information on how to carry out this new experience at home with minimal tools such as good lighting, basic recording equipment, how to obtain good audio. These are all factors that allow you to achieve a video easily [...]

Learning Across Boundaries: How Parents and Teachers are Bridging Learning Across Settings

2020-09-14T08:02:21+01:00Tags: , , , , |

Researchers at the Cooney Center and UC Irvine have conducted separate surveys with 1,550 U.S. parents and 600 pre-K—8 teachers to paint a more comprehensive picture of whether, to what extent, and how children ages 3-12 are linking their learning experiences across three locales of interest: home, school, and community. This research illuminates: Where children are learning and with whom; How children are using technology to extend their learning beyond a single setting; What roles parents and teachers are playing in bridging children’s learning across settings, and the extent to which they are working together to do so; Which attitudes, beliefs, [...]

Vols impulsar un passaport d’aprenentatge?

2020-08-06T07:59:53+01:00Tags: , , , , , |

Us heu fixat mai en la quantitat d’aprenentatges que els infants fan en el seu dia a dia i que ningú reconeix? Tothom sap que nenes i nens aprenen més enllà de l’escola en molts espais i temps diversos als estrictament acadèmics: jugant a les places, gaudint d’una obra de teatre, participant a un casal d’estiu, construint i enlairant un estel, escoltant una actuació musical... però com a societat poques vegades donem valor a aquests aprenentatges “invisibles”, ni posem a l’abast de tots els infants l’accés a aquestes experiències educatives. El Passaport Edunauta, un projecte perquè els infants de 3 a [...]

Com fer de l’escola un espai educatiu integrat i obert a la comunitat? IE Trinitat Nova- Barcelona

2020-07-23T06:42:51+01:00Tags: , , , , |

Com fer de l'escola un espai educatiu integrat i obert a la comunitat? L'institut Escola Trinitat Nova de Barcelona s'ha repensat conjuntament amb la comunitat. Aquest vídeo mostra com els agents educatius del barri treballen dins i fora de l'horari lectiu i dins i fora de les parets del centre educatiu amb els infants i joves de l'institut escola. Una de les grans apostes que ha dut a terme és la de pensar i construir els nous espais del centre per a compartir el seu ús amb la comunitat. Més informació Educació 360

YOUmedia Learning Labs Network

2020-07-20T08:11:48+01:00Tags: , , , |

  The labs are creative, transformative, and dynamic spaces. With a commitment to equity and digital inclusion, they expand opportunities for interest-driven learning by youth. YOUmedia Learning Labs are centered around production and guided by a core philosophy that youth are best engaged when they are discovering and following their passions, collaborating with others, and being makers and doers. YOUmedia Learning Labs put Connected Learning into action. YOUmedia Learning Labs come in many shapes and sizes and can be found in libraries, museums, community centers, and school settings. Although individual sites may address these qualities differently, these features define YOUmedia Learning [...]

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