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

2020-08-31T13:30:32+00:00septiembre 14th, 2020|Tags: , , , , |

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, [...]

Zombies en la escuela – Juli Garbulsky

2020-07-21T07:08:07+00:00julio 30th, 2020|Tags: , , , , |

¿Cómo se sienten los adolescentes cuando están en la escuela? Juli Garbulsky acaba de terminar la secundaria y en esta charla TEDx Río de la Plata (Argentina, octubre de 2017) comparte una visión que puede ayudarnos a pensar distinto en el futuro de la educación. Julián terminó la secundaria el año pasado y está estudiando la licenciatura en Matemática. Tiene 19 años pero la mamá lo sigue retando si sale sin abrigo. Le encanta la física del vuelo de los aviones y armar modelos a control remoto, aunque siempre se caigan. Disfruta la música, pero canta mal. También le divierte mucho [...]

YOUmedia Learning Labs Network

2020-07-20T08:11:47+00:00julio 16th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

  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 [...]

Learning Communities Can Save Colleges—and Engage Remote Students

2020-07-02T08:37:28+00:00julio 6th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

In this article, Senegal Alfred Mabry, a senior policy analyst at the Hunt Institute, offers a reflection about how colleges plan to welcome students back for the fall semester—while preparing for a possible second outbreak of the coronavirus that would force classes back online–one thing is for sure: Community is more important than ever. Colleges don’t need new platforms or technology to build community or welcome students. They need to invest in infrastructure that builds relationships. Learning communities—where students work together with a common goal, purpose, or interest—are colleges’ best tool to make online learning hands-on learning. College administrators can make the transition to online [...]

Why Giving Learners Choices is an Important Part of Student Engagement

2020-06-30T14:12:07+00:00junio 11th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

In this article, Abbie Forbus Everett, director of Teaching and Learning at KnowledgeWorks, explains the relevance of offering students choices as a good first step in order to help classrooms become more student-centered. Often it’s the highest performing students in the school that have the most opportunities for choice. Learners who are disengaged in school are most in need of relevant work and ownership, yet often these students are offered rote, repetitive work without authentic opportunities for choice. As we know, learning is emotional and when we feel connected to the learning, there is increased engagement. Equipping students to have choices in learning increases the chances that learning [...]

The blended learning models that can help schools reopen

2020-06-03T14:28:35+00:00junio 1st, 2020|Tags: , , , , |

In this article, Thomas Arnett, a senior research fellow in education for the Clayton Christensen Institute, consider two blended learning models: the Enriched Virtual model and the Flipped Classroom model. This models offer a blueprint for how teachers can design instruction to meet the constraints—and even opportunities—of students coming to school in shifts to meet distancing requirements. To illustrate how these proposals work, the author presents some examples of what these types of models look like. Learn more  

Les claus d’èxit de l’aprenentatge connectat

2020-06-10T08:38:53+00:00mayo 25th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

En aquesta infografia, l'equip d'Educació 360, reprenent la proposta de Connected Learning Network, ens expliquen com l’aprenentatge pot canviar la trajectòria de vida d’una persona quan es combinem els interessos personals, les oportunitats educatives dins la pròpia comunitat i els espais de suport entre iguals i amb adults. L’aprenentatge connectat és un model adreçat als joves, on els mitjans digitals tenen un paper clau. Un dels seus principals beneficis és que contribueix a l’equitat en l’accés als aprenentatges dels nois i noies. La Connected Learning Alliance n’explica els objectius, beneficis i impacte.

BROKERING YOUTH PATHWAYS. A toolkit for connecting youth to future opportunity

2020-06-10T09:36:15+00:00abril 23rd, 2020|Tags: , , , , , |

Brokering Youth Pathways was created to share tools and techniques around the youth development practice of “brokering” or connecting youth to future learning opportunities and resources. Brokering Youth Pathways was produced by Hive Research Lab, an applied research partner of Hive NYC Learning Network —a community of informal educational organizations dedicated to supporting digital learning. “Brokering” is an important equity-oriented practice that out-of-school-time (OST) educators can take up in support of youth learning and development. Brokering is means of supporting identity development, social capital building and long-term, interest-driven learning across settings through actively connecting program participants to new learning opportunities like out of school [...]

Learning across boundaries: How librarians are bridging children’s interests

2020-04-21T08:15:18+00:00abril 16th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

As part of the Families Learning Across Boundaries (FamLAB) Project, the Joan Ganz Cooney Center surveyed library professionals in the U.S. about how they are connecting children’s learning across settings. Learning across boundaries: How librarians are bridging children’s interests Report underscores the commitment to serving their communities that many librarians share as they actively seek to understand their patrons’ interests and needs, and find innovative ways for their libraries to evolve as community learning centers. At the same time, nearly half of our respondents reported that the general public simply may not be as aware that libraries provide such a wealth of [...]

The Personal Learning Plan: Goal Setting to Be Future Ready

2020-04-22T08:33:06+00:00abril 9th, 2020|Tags: , , , , , |

In this post, Kathleen McClaskey, author of Make Learning Personal website, explains how teachers can use the student's Learner Profile and Personal Learning Backpack to develop goals an effective Personal Learning Plan (PLP), so each learner can develop agency and gain personal experiences to make decisions for college and career and to be future-ready. The purpose of a Personal Learning Plan (PLP) is to assist learners to develop goals with a set of action steps to achieve those goals, ways to monitor their own progress, show evidence in reaching the goal and a reflection on achieving it. The PLP has four specific focuses: [...]