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Tinkering and Thinking with Maker Kylie Peppler

Howard Rheingold
December 14, 2014

Some enthusiasts of digital media in learning and inclusion of making/tinkering as a learning activity — including myself — believe that talking about tinkering while doing it, in person and online,...

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Whole Community Engagement: Bringing Voices Together for Change

December 18, 2014

Advice and best practices on bringing students, parents, educators, and other community members together to move education forward.

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Revolution: Thank You, Brother Mike

Constance M. Yowell, Ph.D.
December 9, 2014

It was more than 10 years ago that I first met Brother Mike, before the launch of our Digital Media and Learning initiative and before the birth of the Digital Youth Network program. The work...

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Continuing “Connected Courses” will be the topic of discussion during its fina

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Leadership For Change In an Increasingly Connected World

December 16, 2014

Why is connected leadership important, how does it affect student achievement, and what are the steps to becoming a better connected leader?

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“Mentorship, at its core, is about love.”

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Computing Brains: Neuroscience, Machine Intelligence and Big Data in the Cognitive Classroom

Ben Williamson
December 7, 2014

The human brain has become a major topic in education. The field of educational neuroscience, or neuroeducation, is flourishing. At the same time, a number of initiatives based in computer science...

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Striving for New Ways to Learn How to Learn

Mia C. Zamora
December 3, 2014

Much hope, promise, and cash has been invested in technology for the classroom, yet this hype has often set the stage for nothing more than technologically-powered traditional content delivery...